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MASONIC RECORDS 



1717-1S94. 



JO FIN LANE, F.C.A., 

P.M. 1402, Torquay, 

Past Assistant Grand Director of Ceremonies 
OF England. 






FROM THE 

BENNO LOEWY LIBRARY 

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1854-1919 
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Masonic Records 

1717— 1894: 

BEING 

LISTS OF ALL THE LODGES 

AT HOME AND ABROAD 

WARRANTED BY THE 

FOUR GRAND LODGES 

AND THE 

"UNITED GRAND LODGE" OF ENGLAND, 

WITH THEIR 

DATES OF CONSTITUTION, PLACES OF MEETING, ALTERATIONS IN NUMBERS, 

&c., &c., 

lEijjftiittng all tiit ILoiiflES on tijz lEnglt'slj Eegtgter for 189^, togetijer fcitij tJjost pnbiouglg on tijt l&all, 

gpett'allg arransEt in a SCafiuIat JForm to eijtbi at onj bkia all tlje ^umizxs taken ig eucli iLotfle 

tiurtng tfjE Succegsi&e ISnumerattong to Uje present late; 

ALSO 

PARTICULARS OF ALL LODGES HAVING SPECIAL PRIVILEGES, 
CENTENARY WARRANTS, &c., &c. 



TB£ SECOND EDIT/ON. 



JOHN LANE, PC. A., 

^ (P.M. 1402, Torquay,) 

Past Assistant Grand Director of Ceremonies of England ; 

WITH AN INTRODUCTION BY 

WILLIAM JAM.ES HUGH AN, 

Past Senior Grand Deacon of England. 



Published under the authority of the United Grand Lodge of England 

BY 

EDWARD LETCHWORTH, F.S.A., 

AS Grand Secretary. 



Hontron : 

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1895. 



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TORQUA Y, 

^th June iSgs- 




PREFACE 

TO THE SECOND EDITION. 




PIGHT years ago the First Edition of " Masonic Records '' met with such a generous reception 
that it was very soon out of print. Since that period I have been collecting additional 
information, so that when a new edition should be required it might be as complete and 
accurate as possible. 

For this purpose particulars have been solicited from all quarters of the world, and every available 
means used, in order that the needed facts might, wherever practicable, be obtained from the original 
sources. In such instances as where Lodges had died out, it was most difficult to ascertain with certainty 
the particulars desired, and occasionally even repeated applications to officers of existing Lodges failed to 
elicit any reply whatever. I am aware that this is not a novel experience, but such apparent Masonic 
discourtesy is much to be regretted. Notwithstanding numerous disappointments, however, most generous 
and valuable assistance has been fraternally offered and utilized. To those Brethren who have devoted 
much time, and evinced an earnest desire to render all possible service, I tender my sincere and grateful 
thanks. Without such co-operation it would have been impossible to accumulate much of the additional 
matter which this Edition contains. Absolute perfection as to all details is, of course, unattainable, but 
neither time nor means have been spared to make the work as reliable and complete as the circumstances 
would permit. 

As my opportunities for personal investigation of Lodge records, actual minute books, and histories, 
became greater, so much the more were the old official records proved unreliable or incomplete ; — 
Calendars, Warrants, and other documents that were supposed to be correct, frequently proving to be 
altogether wrong or misleading. 

A more rigid examination, likewise, into the working and the results of the Act of 39 George III., 
c. 79 (I2th July 1799), convinced me that not a few Lodges that obtained high positions on the Roll, from 
1800 to 18 12, by the acquisition of the Numbers, and perhaps in some cases of the Warrants, of dormant 
or extinct Lodges, were absolutely and entirely new organisations, having no connection whatever with 
the preceding Lodges whose Numbers or Warrants had, for some reason or other, been assigned to or 
obtained by them.* Hence, not only was an injury inflicted on older Lodges, in regard to precedence or 
priority of numbering, by the insertion of positively new Lodges high up on the Register, but some of 
these new bodies, probably through a lack of information, were granted Centenary Warrants many years 
prior to the period when, in accordance with the Book of Constitutions, they were actually in a position to 
apply for that privilege. 

* See my " Handy Book to the Study of the Lists of Lodges,'' p. 100, et seq. 



In illustration of this I may cite, as a sample of many similar instances, the " Lodge of Three Grand 
Principles," now No. 268, Dewsbury. . Recent researches, together with the publication of the History of 
the " Lodge of Fidelity," No. 289, Leeds, show, what I had elsewhere foreshadowed,* that the Lodge at 
Dewsbury never had any connection with the old London Lodge whose number (283) it was privileged 
to assume ; and that, although it received a Centenary Warrant dated 21st November 1872, its Centenary 
cannot be completed before the year 1904. The present Lodge had no existence until 26th January 1804, 
when it was " dedicated and consecrated " by the " Lodge of Fidelity," by virtue of a Dispensation from 
the Grand Lodge. 

Similar remarks might be used in relation to ''Nelson of the Nile Lodge," now No. 264, Batley, and 
the "Amphibious Lodge," now No. 258, Heckmondwike, both of which were " dedicated and consecrated" 
by the same "Lodge of Fidelity" on 27th May 1801 and 2nd May 1803 respectively, but in these two 
cases Centenary Warrants have not been issued. It is, however, a singular commentary on the '' fitness of 
things" to find that the foregoing three Lodges, constituted respectively in 1801, 1803, ^nd 1804, are much 
higher on the Official Register than the Lodge which — constituted in 1792 — was the active instrument or 
medium by which they obtained Masonic existence. 

As affording some clue to the then prevalent opinion that no neiv Lodge could be formed or constituted 

after the passing of the Act of 1799, before referred to, the following information, hitherto unpublished, is 

submitted : — 

Sir and Bro. — I am directed by the D.P.G.M. to acquaint you that he and the other Officers of the P.G.L. will be 
ready on Friday next, the 6th instant, to constitute your Lodge, for which purpose he requests the attendance of 
your Officers at the Feathers Inn at 12 o'clock on that day. The reason of his wishing this to be done so soon 
is that your Lodge may be registered in due time according to the late Act of Parliament, and the nth instant 
is the last day allowed for that purpose. To prevent any delay or confusion I have sent a messenger on purpose, 
by whom I shall be obliged for your answer. The D.P.G.M. will hold a Special Lodge on Friday, at which no 
other Business than the constituting your Lodge will be transacted. 

I am. Sir, j^our very obedient Servant and Brother, 

C. D. Henchman, P.G.S. 

Chester, 1st Sept. 1799. 

To Mr. James Kershaw, Secretary to the Lodge of Free Masons, 
Mottram, Manchester. 

Whatever was done, under the peculiar circumstances of the period referred to, seems to have been 
based upon the conviction that there was a necessity to do something ; but, not infrequently, the remedy 
proved worse than the evil it sought to remove. On this point, however, I need not now dilate, as it will 
be found treated at greater length in my " Handy Book to the Study of the Lists of Lodges." 

The lack of dates of Warrants for so many Lodges, from the year 181 3 onwards, is probably to be 
accounted for by the fact that for several years after the Union no proper Warrants were issued, neither 
the form of the document, nor the Seal, having been decided upon. In lieu of a Warrant it appears to have 
been the practice to issue a lithographed " Dispensation," signed by the Grand Master and the Grand 
Secretaries, under which Lodges might assemble and work until the regular official document should be 
sent. The Warrant, when transcribed, as a rule bore the same date as the Dispensation it was intended to 
supersede, the Dispensations, in most cases, being returned to the Grand Secretaries when no longer 
required. There is reason, however, for believing that some of the Lodges were defunct many years before 
their Warrants were prepared. 



" Centenary Warrants .and Jewels," p. 



Of the various errors into which one might easily be led by Official and other old Records and 
Calendars, I will cite a few only, as fair representatives of a large ijumber. Thus, "Serjeant Horstead, 
Norwich," described as the place of meeting of a Lodge (page 109), proved on investigation to be the 
" Recruiting Sergeant, at Horstead, Norfolk," a village seven miles distant from Norwich. The " White 
Hart, Melton," noted in the Engraved List of 1767, was actually an error, the Lodge never having removed 
from the " Ship at Faversham," where it was located from 1764 to 1782 (page 136). The " Lodge of True 
Friendship," now No. 160 (page 152), met, according to the Official Calendar, at the King's Head, 
Rochester, Kent, in 1801. (It removed from Stratford, Essex, in that year.) The Grand Lodge Registers, 
however, on a close examination, showed me that it never went to Rochester, but that the removal was to 

Rocliford, Essex, the latter part of the word " Rochester" having been erased, and " ford, Essex," 

written over the erasure. The " Crown and Cushion, Loseby Lane, Leicester," is named in the Lodge 
Warrant as the first place of meeting of " St. John's Lodge," now No. 279, but it is a fact that the Lodge 
never at any time met there, and was opened at the " Lion and Dolphin, in the Market Place." These 
examples must suffice, but they indicate some of the difficulties that were encountered in the attempt to 
produce an accurate account of the various Lodges and of their vicissitudes. 

A slight re-arrangement of the text of this Edition has been considered desirable, in order to obviate 
any possibility of its being misunderstood, but the general features and characteristics of the original work 
have been adhered to, each column containing the numbers distinguishing the Lodges of that particular 
enumeration ; e.g., under 1740 will be found all those 071 the Register in that year and down to the ennmera- 
tion of 175s, and which were in existence during the whole or any portion of that period. The Lodges on 
the English Register at the end of the year 1894 have their numbers in the fir.st column, and their names 
are distinguished in the second column by being printed in large type. The exact localities of the meeting 
places of the Lodges have been inserted whenever they could be satisfactorily ascertained, and the Dates 
of Constitution of many Lodges are now supplied in addition to the dates of Warrants. I have also been 
able to add the dates of Warrants of Confirmation, which are specially valuable in relation to the older 
Lodges, many of which, doubtless, had no formal document of any kind, but acted upon the personal 
" Constitution " of the Lodge by the Grand Master or his Deputy for the time being. 

The insertion of cross references to the Lodges under the earlier enumerations, where they would not 
otherwise follow on consecutively, will doubtless prove useful in the present volume, for finding any 
particular Lodge required by its number. Two additional Indexes have also been supplied, the one 
containing a list of all the Hotels, Taverns, Inns, Halls, or other Buildings in which Lodges in the London 
District have met ; the other comprising the Names oi all the Lodges noted in the text from the earliest 
period down to the year 1894. The preparation of these has involved months of labour, and it is hoped 
they will be found correspondingly useful. 

The work has been brought down to the close of the year 1894. All Foreign and Colonial Lodges 
that have appeared on the English Register, and that subsequently joined other Grand Bodies, have, as far 
as possible, been traced, and their present positions noted. The nomenclature of Towns and Places has 
been harmonized, and the orthography generally modernized, so as to avoid confusion, whilst fuller 
geographical particulars have been inserted in the Text. 



In the Preface to the Original Edition I inserted a Summary of the Lodges constituted by or under 
the sanction of the Grand Lodges. The following Table is corrected and brought down to the end of the 
year 1894, but it does not include any of the numerous Lodges constituted by Provincial Grand Masters 
abroad, which do not appear to have been returned to Grand Lodge for enrolment and registration. Many 
of these that I have been enabled to trace will be found in Part IV. (page 466), but they are omitted from 
the Text, and are likewise not included in this Summary, because they were never officially recognised or 
were not placed on the Register by either Grand Lodge. 

"Modern" Lodges on the Roll down to 1739 ... ... ... ... 230 

placed on the Roll, 1740 — 175S ... ... ... ... 102 

17SS— 1770 269 

1770— 1780 144 

„ „ 1780 — 1792 160 

1792— 1813 180 

"Athol" Lodges on the Roll, 1751 — 1813 

"York" and "South of Trent" Lodges, 1761 — 1790 

Total to date of the '' Union " 
Lodges Warranted by the "United Grand Lodge," 1814 — 1832 

1832— 1863 
1863— 1894 

Total from 17 17 to 1894 

Of these, 2078 were on the English Register at the end of 1894. The remainder (a) have ceased to 
work, (b) have united with other Lodges, or (c) have, in numerous instances, become constituent parts of 
other Grand Lodges. 

This Second Edition is published by the Grand Lodge of England, the recommendation of the Board 
of General Purposes to do so having been adopted at the Quarterly Communication held on 6th June 1894 
(vide G.L. Proceedings, 1894, pp. 408-41 1). The absolute copyright and sole privilege of printing and 
publishing these "Masonic Records, 1717-1894," freely offered to and accepted by the Grand Lodge, has 
been regularly assigned and conveyed by me to Trustees " for the use and benefit of the Ancient and 
Honourable Society of Free and Accepted Masons of England." The responsibility for the accuracy or 
otherwise of the entire work, however, is mine alone, and I shall be glad to be informed of any errors that 
may be detected, as well as of any additional particulars which may have escaped my researches. 



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521 


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1620 


224 


682 


1569 


409s 



TORQUA Y, 

^th June i8i)S. 




PREFACE 



TO THE FIRST EDITION. 




ijOME explanation is doubtless due to the Masonic world for this attempt to bring together, in 
one volume, much that must be of enduring interest to the Craft. The necessity for such a 
work forced itself on me a few years since, in endeavouring to trace from the then available 
published works a connection between some old Lodges, which proved a task of considerable difficulty. 
Simply, therefore, for my personal use and future reference, I commenced a compilation of the Lists. The 
work grew apace, and, as month by month brought fresh materials, it became necessary for me to enlarge 
very considerably the original scheme. 

In these researches I have throughout had the valuable assistance and counsel of my very warm friend 
and brother, William James Hughan, and when at length a goodly mass of materials had been reduced to 
some degree of order, he advised me not to keep the MS. for my own personal use, but to have it printed 
for the information of our Cosmopolitan Fraternity ; and having impressed on me the desirability of 
presenting in one complete volume the " Masonic Records" which had taken so much labour to compile, 
and with the hope they would prove useful to the large and increasing number of Masonic Students, I 
decided to publish the work. 

To ensure completeness and accuracy, as far as possible, has been my constant aim, consequently 
anything and everything has been carefully examined that might in any way conduce to that end. I have 
availed myself of all the information that could be gleaned from Grand Lodge Registers and Minutes, 
Grand Lodge Proceedings, Warrants and Warrant Books, Engraved Lists, Calendars, Histories, Lodge 
Minutes, &c. &c., and so exhaustively has this been done, that there is not an Engraved List or Masonic 
Calendar known to be in existence in this country that has not been collated and carefully examined and 
compared by me in the preparation of this work. 

With regard to the arrangement of the subject matter, the plan adopted is that which, after mature 
consideration, exhibited the least difficulty. No arrangement of the Lists could be absolutely perfect, 
inasmuch as the Lists themselves are so irregular ; hence my decision to set forth, in numerical order, 
generally, every Lodge that had appeared in connection with the Grand Lodge since 17 17, giving all the 
known particulars as to dates of warrants, places of meeting, alterations in numbers, &c. &c., at one view, 
a plan which hitherto had never been attempted, and the magnitude of which I had not seriously con- 
templated. 

In presenting the results of such researches, it is probable that some explanations and statements 
may be given that do not harmonize with what has already been published by other Masonic writers. Of 
course I must, and do, take the entire responsibility for all these, believing there is no reason to fear the 
result of any legitimate criticism on the abstruse and intricate points involved. 

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At the very outset my task was rendered difficult in consequence of the absence of a great deal of 
material information, — which at one tinre existed, — as well as of the conflicting statements that have 
appeared from time to time in relation to many Lodges. It thus became absolutely essential to obtain 
access to every original source of information, so far as was possible, in order to arrive at the most trust- 
worthy and reliable conclusions. Of errors in Lists and Calendars, as well as in more recent works, there 
are not a few. Recitals appearing in modern Warrants are frequently not justified by actual facts ; 
Lodges that ceased to exist were retained on the Lists for many years, whilst other Lodges that ought to 
have appeared were never registered at all. By this latter remark I refer especially to many Lodges 
warranted by Provincial Grand Masters, notably in India and America, which Lodges were regularly 
formed and continuously worked for years without the slightest recognition by the Grand Lodge, simply 
because that Body was entirely ignorant of their existence, the Provincial Grand Masters having failed to 
make any return of them year after year. 

It is no part of my intention to give even a resuinS of the history of the formation of the Grand Lodges. 
That has been done by abler hands than mine, but I ought, perhaps, here briefly to refer to one of them, — 
the "Athol" or "Ancient" Grand Lodge, — for if my researches have resulted in nothing else, they certainly 
entitle me to claim the honour of settling the long-debated vexata quastio as to the date of the formation 
of that Grand Lodge, inasmuch as it was my good fortune, in prosecuting my investigations, to be the first 
to discover in "Morgan's Register," and subsequently to point out,* the Agreement or Declaration 
referring to the Constitution of the Grand Lodge of the "Ancients," made "July the seventeenth. One 
"thousand seven hundred fifty and one, being the day on which the said Lodges met (at the Turk's Head 
"Tavern, in Greek Street, Soho) to revive the Ancient Craft," and also the three earliest Lists of Athol 
Lodges (contained in the same volume) which down to the period of my discovery had been entirely over- 
looked. I was also enabled to make known the fact, which had not, until then, been ascertained, that 
very early in the history of the "Ancients," namely, on 27th December, 1752, they adopted the method 
(instituted by the "Modern" Grand Lodge) of closing up the numbers occasioned by the erasure or 
"discontinuance" of two Lodges, numbered 7 and 10, "for disobedience of the 21st Rule." This was the 
only time they adopted such a course, their subsequent practice having been to re-issue the number of the 
Warrant of an old Lodge that had become extinct, either to an existing, or to an entirely new Lodge, on 
payment of a sum of money to the Charity.f The Warrants thus re-issued are distinguished in the text 
by one or more letters, as required, under the numbers. 

Of the lists of Athol Lodges, those copied from "Morgan's Register," and published now for the first 
time, are all that are known to be in existence prior to 1804. Lists were, however, compiled and published 
at least as early as 179S, the same being advertised in the Grand Lodge proceedings of iSth September, 
1795, by Bro. Harper, Jeweller, Temple Bar, Fleet Street, "of whom may be had a Calendar for 1795, 
containing a List of the Lodges," &c. Similar announcements appear in iJ9^-7, &c., but no trace of 

* Freemason, 24th October, 1885, and 28th November, 1885. 

t "Grand Master or Deputy Grand Master to grant such Warrants as are vacant to such Lodges as apply for the same, giving preference 
"of choice to the senior Lodges respectively. ;^S <~,s. od. to be the established fee to the fund of Charity for taking out or renewing a 
" Senior Warrant." G.L. Min., c,th September, 1792. 



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either of such Lists can be found. Another List was advertised in the Grand Lodge proceedings of June, 
1804, as "a correct List of the Lodges of the United Kingdom of Great Britain and Ireland," &c., (price 
one shilling and sixpence), and this has only been discovered bound up with the "Ahiman Rezon '' of 1804, 
published in Ireland in that year. This is the List frequently referred to in the text as the A.R. of 1804. 
Similar Lists were published with the A.R. of 1807 and 1813 (English editions), but it is impossible to 
pronounce them correct. My notes to the "Ancient " Lodges will clearly indicate how manifestly inaccu- 
rate these Lists are in many respects. Lodges that had ceased to exist last century were inserted in the 
Lists of 1804, 1807 and 1813, although the Grand Lodge officials had ample evidence that they had lapsed 
many years previously. Of the three Lists, that of 1807 may be considered the least faulty. 

The first List of Lodges under the Grand Lodge of the "Moderns" now known, was published in the 
year 1723. At that period, and for a few years later, the Lodges were not distinguished by numbers, but 
solely by their places of meeting, and if two Lodges happened (as was occasionally the case) to meet at 
the same place, they would be designated, for instance, as " Hoop and Griffin, Old Lodge," and " Hoop 
and Griffin, New Lodge," or again as " Swan, Long Acre, English Lodge," and " Swan, Long Acre, French 
Lodge," as the case might be. With the exception of those of 1725, two editions of which are preserved, 
no List is known until 1729, in which the Lodges to 1728 are consecutively numbered. It is very probable 
that several editions of the Engraved Lists were issued in each year. No. Ill of the Old Regulations 
requiring every Lodge to possess a copy. " The Master of each particular Lodge, or one of the Wardens, 
"or some other Brother by his Order, shall keep a Book containing their By-Laws, the names of their 
"Members, with a List of all the Lodges in Town, and the usual Times and Places of their forming, and 
"all their Transactions that are proper to be written."* Reference is also made to the Engraved Series 
in the following : — " III. In the Mastership of DALKEITH, a List of all the Lodges was engraven by 
" Brother John Pyne in a very small volume ; which is usually reprinted on the commencement of every 
" New Grand Master, and dispersed among the Brethren." f 

That there was a lack of exactitude in arranging and numbering the old Lists of Lodges will be 
manifest on looking carefully at the text. They were very much mixed up during the first enumeration of 
1729-39, in many instances through foreign or provincial Lodges, warranted by Provincial Grand Masters, 
not havino- been promptly returned, and their registration fees paid to Grand Lodge, so that when they were 
received, the positions assigned them were not those to which they were entitled according to their dates of 
Constitution, but they had to remain so until other Lodges became extinct, or a new enumeration enabled 
the Grand Lodge authorities to rectify, to some extent, the former misplacements. This was the case also 
during the second enumeration, commenced in 1740, whereby the Registers of that period became not 
much better than their predecessors. The succeeding enumeration, which took place in 1755, is also faulty 
from the same causes. In fact, until 1770, the Lists of Lodges were anything but well or orderly arranged. 
With 1770, however, we get a little more regularity, the numbers harmonizing with the dates better than 
in any previous enumeration. This change in the numbers took place in February of that year. The 
next variation was made in 1780, as agreed to in Grand Lodge, 7th April, 1779, and advertised in the 
Grand Lodge proceedings of ist November, 1780. Some confusion has arisen by reason of certain 



* Anderson's Const., 1st edit., 1723, p. 59. t Anderson's Const., 2nd edit., 1738, p. 154. 



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alterations made in 1781, owing to which the numbers of all the Lodges from No. 85 were changed. 
Lodges 106 and 258 of 1770 were not carried forward in 1780, but were inserted in 1781, whilst Lodge 
212 of 1780 was omitted in the latter year, so that 1781 practically became another enumeration, and thus, 
to secure accuracy, and to show all the Lodges on the Roll, with their then numbers, 1780 and 178 1 have 
been treated as quite distinct. 

The succeeding revision was agreed to on the i8th April, 1792, the Calendar for 1793, with the new 
numbers, being advertised in the Grand Lodge proceedings of 2 1st November, 1792. 

Necessarily a fresh list was required when the Union of the two rival Grand Lodges was consummated 
on 27th December, 18 13. This is known as the 18 14 List, but was issued for 18 1 5. It would have aided 
me materially, if the printed List, or the original Draft, containing both the old and new numbers were 
available, but every endeavour to trace them has failed. On loth January, 18 14, the Grand Lodge issued 
a Circular to all existing Lodges, wherein the new number by which each Lodge was thenceforth to be 
distinguished was specified, many of these new numbers appearing in the Grand Lodge proceedings of 
2nd March in that year. Since the " Union " there have been two other changes, namely, in 1832 and 1863, 
the new numbers being given, for the first time, in the Grand Lodge Calendars for 1833 and 1864 
respectively. 

To illustrate the want of uniformity in allotting the "Union" numbers to the "Ancients" and 
"Moderns," it may be desirable to quote paragraph VIII of the "Articles of Union between the two 
Grand Lodges of Freemasons of England," dated 2Sth November, 1813, and "solemnly signed, sealed, 
ratified, and confirmed " on 27th December following, namely, " The two first Lodges under each Grand 
" Lodge to draw a lot in the first place for priority ; and to which of the two the lot No. i shall fall, the 
" other to rank as No. 2, and all the others shall fall in alternately, that is, the Lodge which is No. 2 of 
"the Fraternity whose lot it shall be to draw No. i, shall rank as No. 3 in the United Grand Lodge, and 
"the other No. 2 shall rank as No. 4, and so on alternately through all the numbers respectively."* 

The work, however, was not proceeded with strictly on these lines, many Lodges not receiving the 
numbers to which, by virtue of this compact, they were entitled. Amongst others there may be mentioned 
numbers 40, 71, 1 19, and 315 of the "Ancients," and number 65 of the "Moderns," as reference to the 
text will clearly indicate. 

All the earlier published Lists of "Modern" Lodges were engraved, and for a complete record of 
them, as far as at present known, reference should be made to the Table prepared by Bro. Hughan.f No 
record of the appointment of any Engraver has been found, except of the last, made on 29th January, 1766, 
when " The R.W. Grand Master appointed Bro. William Cole, Engraver and Printer in Newgate Street, 
to be Printer of the List of Lodges." 

Probably on account of the expense incurred in altering or re-engraving the Plates, it became 
necessary to make the following regulation of 2 1 St November, 1724: — " It is the Grand Master's Order .... 
" That all Lodges that have or hereafter shall remove do forthwith send an account thereof to the Grand 
" Master," each Lodge so removing being required to pay Two shillings and sixpence to the Engraver 
appointed by the Society, and One shilling for alteration of Times of meeting. 



Hughan's Masonic Memorials, p. 24. t ^'* P^g^ 24. 



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Both the Engraved Lists published by Benjamin Cole in 1767, after William Cole was appointed 
Engraver, are somewhat inaccurate. The Lodge at Bsncoolen, No. 356, is altogether omitted. 362 is 
placed at 353, 353-5 are 354-6, 363 is numbered 362, and so on to the end, the last number in B. Cole's 
List being 381 instead of 382. 

Besides the difficulty experienced in interpreting the "Signs of the Houses," as engraved in the early 
Lists, which perhaps I have fairly overcome, my text differing in many instances from those who have 
preceded me, alterations made by me having been based on entries taken from Grand Lodge Records and 
other sources, apparently hitherto not consulted, a few curious slips made by the Engravers may be 
noted. Thus, No. 227 of 1740, which became No. 163 in 1756, meeting at the " White Hart in Shug Lane," 
London, in iy66-Gy, appears in the two Lists for 1768-69 as meeting at the "Three Tuns, Corn Street, 
Bristol," re-appearing at the "White Hart in Shug Lane," in 1770. The Lodge, however, never removed 
during those years, the mistake being made by the Engraver in wrongly using for No. 163 an alteration 
intended for No. 165, " Nag's Head, Wine Street, Bristol." This I have verified from the original minutes 
of the Bristol Lodge, which record its removal to the "Three Tuns, Corn Street," in March, 1768. 

A peculiar error also occurs in a List of 1766; in re-cutting one of the plates, the word "Preston" 
being erroneously substituted for " Prescot," then No. 172, now the " Lodge of Loyalty," No. 86- Again, 
in order to perpetuate the fact that a Lodge at Monmouth, No. 414 of 1768, had closed, the words 
"Ceased Meeting" are engraved on the List of 1773 : the only instance of the kind I have detected. 

In this connection may be mentioned a Lodge which has never appeared in any List until now, 
namely. No. 248, warranted on 7th June, 1754, at the " Fox, Castle Street, Southwark." It is written at the 
end of 1754 List, and struck through in ink, as was the custom in denoting Lodges erased. In the Grand 
Lodge Minutes of 27th June, 1754, the payment of £2 2s. od. for its Constitution is duly noted, but it 
seems to have collapsed almost immediately, for notwithstanding the date only is engraved in the 1755 List, 
no other particulars ever appear ; and being erased, it was necessarily omitted from the new List and 
Enumeration made in that year.* 

Although Engraved Lists for several years are now missing there is ample evidence, from other 
sources, that they were published and copied. Amongst these may be mentioned one published in 
"Masonry Dissected," 3rd edition, 1730, containing a List of 6"] Lodges (really down to 69, two being 
omitted), which was probably taken from the Engraved List of 1730. Another is in Dr. Richard 
Rawlinson's "Common Place Book" (Bodleian Library), containing the particulars of 116 Lodges existing 
in 1733. Smith's "Pocket Companion" has a List of 1734 similar to J. Pine's, save that Nos. 126 and 127 
are omitted, and the " Pocket Companion," Dublin, 1735, has a similar re-print. The Register of Lodges 
published by Picart (1736), containing 129 Lodges to January, 1735, is evidently a copy of an early 
Engraved List of that year now missing.f 

During the years 1775-78 Calendars, containing Printed Lists of the Lodges were published, in 
addition to the Engraved Lists which they subsequently superseded, and these have continued down to 

* A similar instance may be noted of more recent date. Lodge 1245, warranted 8th December, 1868, never appears in any List, it 
Tiaving joined the Grand Lodge of Nova Scotia immediately after its Constitution, and before the publication of the next Calendar. 

t All these have been re-printed by Bro. Hughan. 



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the present day. With the exception of that for 1816 (a copy of which cannot be traced), I have collated 
and compared the Lists in these no Calendars as well as in every Engraved List. And amongst other 
valuable works consulted, mu.st be mentioned Hughan's "Masonic Memorials," 1874, and "Masonic 
Register," 1878, Gould's " Four Old Lodges, and "AthoU Lodges," 1879, and his " History of Freemasonry," 
1882-86 ; also the printed Proceedings of the Grand Lodges, ("Moderns" from 1771 to 1886, and "Ancients" 
from 1792 to 1813), together with all the numerous unofficial Lists of Lodges published from 1730. 

Amongst the various matters that have caused no little difficulty in arriving at accuracy in relation to 
the "Athol" Warrants, are the footnotes or references at the south-west corners. Each of these was intended 
to indicate (and in many instances they do so) the date of the first or original Warrant issued bearing 
the same number. But many of these early references are misleading. On 9th January, 1753, a Warrant 
was issued to a Lodge, No. 15, which lapsed about 1766. The same number (15) was, on 2nd April, 
1813, granted to No. 131, the new Warrant referring to the date 2nd April, 1755, as if that were the date of 
its original formation. This has been perplexing to some of us who believed the first Warrant bore an 
earlier date. On making a particular examination of the Registers, I found the date given in the footnote 
on the Warrant was the date of the first entry in Vol. 2, Letter B, hence it may be safely inferred that the 
absence of "Morgan's Register" (Vol. i) led the Grand Lodge authorities to treat Vol. 2 as the starting 
point, for which reason these footnotes are in so many cases incorrect. On a careful comparison, I find 
many of the names of members entered in Vol. 2 are identical with those in " Morgan's Register." 

No. 24 is another instance. Warranted originally on 17th October, 1753, at Bristol, it lapsed about 
1765. The number was re-issued to Canterbury on 24th March, 1806, the new Warrant stating " heretofore 
granted under date 7th April, 1755, and held at Bristol." This date is simply the first noted in Vol 2, 
Letter B, and does not indicate that of the original Warrant, the Lodge and members being continuous 
from 1753, in Vol. i, "Morgan's Register." 

Again, No. 36 was warranted 14th August, 1754, and lapsed about 1762. It was re-issued on 5th April, 
1813, to Hastings, the footnote on the Warrant referring to 2nd April, 1755, which is merely the date of 
the first entry in Vol. 2, and not of the original Warrant, eight of the names of the members being the 
same as in Vol. i. 

No. 49, originally warranted 30th March, 1756, lapsed about 1773. The number was re-issued on 
23rd January, 1812, to a Lodge at Bath (now the " Royal Sussex," No. 53), the year 1762 being noted on 
the Warrant as the original date of that number in Vol. 2, Letter B. This is incorrect, the Lodge not 
being mentioned in that volume at all, but it is in Vol. 4, where the first entry is dated September, 1762. 

These are a few instances of errors, out of many, that doubtless arose from the absence of " Morgan's 
Register." 

Similar causes may also have led to erroneous recitals in more recent Warrants. Thus, the Warrant 
of Confirmation, dated 12th March, 1832, of the "Royal York Lodge of Perseverance," now No. 7, recites 
the original Constitution of No. 4, on 17th July, 1751, at the "Sun Tavern, Ludgate Hill," Reference, 
however, to page 36 of the text, will show that the " Sun Tavern, Ludgate Hill," was the place of meeting 
of the second "Athol" Lodge, numbered 4, warranted on 6th September, 1769, the actual place of meeting 
of original No. 4 in 175 1, being the " Cannon, Water Lane, Fleet Street." 



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In illustration of the statement that Lodges were retained on the Lists in "Ahiman Rezon" of 1804, 
1807 and 181 3 long after they had ceased to exist, the following, among many instances, are cited. No. 19, 
warranted isth May, 1753, was "declared vacant, null and void, for non-payment',' on 7th August, 1754, yet 
it appears in the 1813 List. No. 14, of nth December, 1752, ceased on 4th December, 1782, when its 
Warrant was delivered tip, but the List of 18 13 mentions it as "At a private room. Chancery Lane." No. 
43, of 3rd December, 1755, was Cancelled Sth June, 1793, nevertheless in 1813 List it is said to be at the 
" Golden Lion, Butcher Row, Coventry," although it is vacant in 1807 List, and the 1804 edition declares 
it was " Cancelled by order of the Grand Lodge." No. 83, likewise, warranted 24th June, 1760, and 
Cancelled on 5th June, 1793, is retained in the Lists of 1804 and 1807. 

It will be readily understood that as there are no Lists of " Athol " or " Ancient " Lodges between 1755 
and 1804 available, reliance has had to be placed on other sources for Lodge meeting places between 1755 
and 1792, the printed proceedings of the Athol Grand Lodge being accessible only from the latter year. 
Lodges must have frequently changed their locations between 1755 and 1792, but many of these removals 
will doubtless never be ascertained. 

Another point worthy of note in regard to the Athol Lodges is that the number i was not assigned 
to any Lodge for several years after the formation of the Grand Lodge in 1751. It has hitherto been 
supposed, and declared, that the Lodge did not exist until 5th September, 1759, when the Grand Lodge 
minutes state that " the Grand Master's Lodge" was " proclaimed and took the first seat accordingly as 
No. I." Distinct references, however, are made in the Grand Lodge minutes of 2nd September, 1756, and 
13th March, 1757, to its members, who were invariably Grand Officers. Now, whatever may have been the 
motive which induced the "Ancients " not to assign the first number to any Lodge at the formation of their 
Grand Lodge, it is evident that the number was assigned at least three years earlier than the date hitherto 
recorded. 

In reverting to the earlier Lodges formed by the " Moderns " a peculiar incident is noted respecting one 
of the Lodges that assisted in the formation of the Grand Lodge in 1717. For some reason the Lodo-e 
on 27th February, 172I (i.e. 1723) accepted a Warrant, and on this account, although previously No. 3 on 
the Roll, when the Lodges were numbered in order according to their dates, [circa 1729) the number 11 
was assigned to it, whereby was lost not only its position as regards seniority, but its original and inherent 
privileges as one of the Time Immemorial Lodges. The matter is so clearly put in the " Constitutions" of 
1738 that it may be well to re-produce it. 

" 10. Queen's Head in Knaves Acre. This was one of the four Lodges mention'd page 109, viz. the 
"Apple Tree Tavern, in Charles Street, Covent Garden, whose Constitution is immemorial : But after 
■" they removed to the Queen's Head upon some Difference, the members that met came under a Nnv 
"Constitution, tho' they wanted it not, and it is therefore placed at this number."* 

Legislation became necessary at an early period in order to deal with Lodges that had ceased to 
exist, or, in the case of London Lodges, that did not attend the Quarterly Communications. Erasures 

* The number given to this Lodge was 11. The number 10 (quoted above) is from the List in " Anderson's Constitutions " of 1738, page 
185, in which the then existing London Lodges only are numbered ; and at that period one Lodge had become vacant. 



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were, from that and other causes, very frequent, and Lodges once erased forfeited their position. Thus 
we read under date 24th February, 173^ (i73S) "That if any Lodge for the future, within the Bills of 
" mortality, shall not regularly meet for the space of one year, such Lodge shall be erased out of the Book 
"of Lodges, and in case they shall afterwards be desirous of meeting again as a Lodge they shall lose 
" their former Rank, and submit themselves to a new Constitution." Apparently this decision was acted 
upon in many cases, but some Lodges that had been erased were re-instated in their old positions. A 
distinct case of refusal to do this is recorded in the Grand Lodge minutes of i6th March, 1752, when No. 
83, [formerly the Sun at Ludgate Street] " prayed to be restored. On debate, it was moved that the Law 
"made on the 24th day of February, 1734, might be read. And the same being read, and it thereby 
" appearing that a Lodge erased must lose its former rank, and submit to a new Constitution. Ordered 
" that the said petition be rejected." 

The discrepancy in the year just quoted, 1734 for 1735, leads me to state that the position assigned 
to many of the early Lodges was incorrect in consequence of a misinterpretation of the "Old Style" of 
denoting the dates from January to March in each year down to 1751. In England, for a long period, it 
was the custom to reckon the legal year from the 25th March in one year to the 24th March in the 
succeeding year, so that 5th February, 172^ really referred to S^h February, 1722, although technically 
1721. By Act of Parliament (24 Geo. II., c. 23) the day immediately after 31st December, I75i,was 
designated ist January, 1752, and by the same Statute the day after Wednesday, 2nd September, 1752, 
was called the 14th, eleven days being omitted, and the " Old Style " discontinued from that date. 

Through an imperfect apprehension of the "Old Style" much irregularity was occasioned in the 

arrangement from time to time of the older Lists, as a reference to a few of them will prove. For example. 

Lodge No. 68, of 22nd January, 1729 (172I, "Anderson's Constitutions") was subsequently treated as of 

1730, and was, in the enumeration of 1740, placed under Lodges of August and October, 1729, becoming 

then No. 70 instead of 60. In a similar manner Lodge No. no (now the " Strong Man Lodge," No. 45) 

was dated 2nd February, I73f. It became No. 98 in 1740, but in 1755 instead of taking its proper rank 

as No. 57, it was placed down to No. 68. The date, at one period correctly interpreted 2nd February, 

1733. was subsequently misconstrued to mean 173!, and then 1734, which year is recited in the Lodge's 

Warrant of Confirmation, although it should unquestionably be 1733. Conversely to this, the very next 

Lodge warranted. No. iii, (which was also a London Lodge), dated 17th February, I73f, became 

No. 99 in 1740 and No. 57 in 17SS, but, unlike its predecessor, in 1770 its date was given as 1732 instead 

of 1733, and hence instead of being No. 48 it was raised to No. 39, a much higher position than was 

justified by its age. Instances like these might be multiplied, but sufficient has been said to show the 

facility with which errors might be perpetrated by those having a merely superficial acquaintance with 

the old Lists. 

No little confusion, moreover, has arisen in consequence of new Lodges, or Lodges warranted abroad, 
being put in the places of those that had died out or were erased. For instance, an entirely new Lodge 
at Wolverhampton paid the usual £2 2s. od. in 1768 for its Warrant, the number of which should have 
been 433, but influences operated to procure for it the number ^y which had then recently been vacated by 
a Gateshead Lodge, (No. 143, of 8th March, 173!) whereby this new Lodge, not warranted until sth Nov., 



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1768, was thenceforward designated as of the date 8th March, 1735. Another example is " Solomon's 
Lodge, Charles Town, South Carolina," which under date of 1735, first appears in the List in 1760 as. 
No. 251. Two years later (1762) it was removed to the number 74 vacated by a Bristol Lodge of 12th 
November, 1735. Again, the Lodge at the "Three Tuns, Aldgate," dated 3rd May, 1738, does not appear 
in any List until 1766, when it is inserted at the number (102) vacated by a Lodge at St. Albans, In like 
manner three Lodges at Minorca, Nos, 213-5, dated 1750, are not on the Register until 1753, and on their 
erasure in 1767 their numbers are respectively taken by the " Second Lodge in Boston," of 15th February 
1749, "Marble Head Lodge, Massachusetts Bay," of 25th March, 1760, and "New Haven Lodge, 
Connecticut," of 12th November, 1750. One other instance must suffice. The "Old Concord Lodge" (now 
No. 172) was constituted in 1764 as No. 324, and appeared in the Engraved Lists every year. Subsequently 
a Warrant (probably of Confirmation) was issued to it, dated 14th April, 1768, and in the enumeration of 
1770, instead of bearing the number 263, to which its position and date of 1764 entitled it, the Lodge was 
placed down to the number 349, as of the year 1768, beneath no less than eighty-six Lodges then its 
juniors. In the face of the fact that the Lodge paid for its Constitution on 30th January, 1765, and that 
it was officially retained on the Engraved Lists every year, it is extremely puzzling to account for such 
a transposition. It should be remembered, in respect to England, that, until lately, Dispensations 
were occasionally granted enabling meetings to be held prior to the issue of the Warrant or to the 
Consecration of the Lodge. 

It is possible that some of the dates given in the te.xt, in reference to places to which Lodges have 
from time to time removed, may not be absolutely correct. I have only been able to deal with the 
information available, and necessarily and primarily have had to rely on the Grand Lodge Lists and 
Calendars ; especially has this been the case when Officers of Lodges to whom I have written for informa- 
tion have failed to comply with my request. 



Sometimes it has been necessary to modify the statements in the official records from actual and 
incontrovertible facts; e.£: the "Lodge of Hengist" (now No. 195), constituted at Christ Church, Hants, 
in 1770, is retained in the Calendars as at that place until i860, whereas it removed to Bournemouth on 
9th May, 185 1. This omission to alter probably arose from neglect or delay in forwarding to Grand Lodge 
a certified copy of the minute authorizing the removal. A similar explanation may be given in relation to 
Lodges whose places of meeting do not altogether harmonize with the entries respecting them in the 
Grand Lodge Calendars. 

The " Modern " Lodges to which old numbers were re-issued, were not of course so numerous as those 
•of the "Ancients," but they were more than has been generally supposed, fully thirty being enumerated in 
the following pages. 



Appended to the text is a copious index to all the known places of meeting of London Lodges, and a 
■Geographical Index to all other Cities, Towns or Places, mentioned throughout the work. The Index, 



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in its various parts and arrangements, will doubtless facilitate reference, and its utility will, I trust, be 
commensurate with the labour involved in its preparation.* 

It only remains for me, in conclusion, to express my deep gratitude to the numerous Brethren whose 
assistance has enabled me to make this undertaking more complete. To name them all would be difficult, 
yet I must particularize a few. First, my thanks are due to Colonel Shadwell H. Gierke, the Grand 
Secretary, for very kindly placing at my disposal all the Records in Grand Lodge, and in permitting me 
free access to them whenever needful, f To Bro. A. A. Pendlebury, Assistant Grand Secretary, for much 
assistance in reference to the old Warrant Books. To Bro. H. Sadler, for his valued attentions during my 
frequent visits to the Grand Lodge Library and Muniment Rooms, and for his prompt and intelligent 
replies to my numerous queries. To Bro. G. W. Speth, for a considerable amount of important 
information respecting Continental Lodges. To many Masonic Students at home and abroad, for their 
valued assistance, specially in their publication of Lodge Histories, which have been carefully consulted. 
To the Printers, Bros. M. C. Peck & Son, for the admirable manner in which they have succeeded in 
making a difficult work, typographically, as perfect as possible. And last of all, and chiefest, to my good 
friend, Bro. W. J. Hughan, not only for his wise counsel on many intricate and complex questions, but for 
freely and generously placing at my disposal the whole of his Masonic Library, and his unrivalled 
Masonic knowledge respecting old Lodges, and also in obtaining for me much suitable material for this 
work. In voluntarily offering to write the introduction, Bro. Hughan has considerably added to my 
former obligations, and I would fain entertain the hope that these " Masonic Records " may prove 
increasingly useful to the fraternity of which he is such a distinguished member. 




TORQUAY, 

1st November, 1886. 



* Additiortal Indices are included in this Second Edition. — FiV,? Table of Contents. 

+ My acknowledgments are likewise due to the present Grand Secretary, Bro. Edward Letchworth, for similar courtesy, and for his 
appreciation of my labours. 



INTRODUCTION. 




I N Introduction to a work of the magnitude and importance of Bro. John Lane's " Masonic 
Records " should certainly contain a brief allusion to the circumstances which led to the 
formation of the premier Grand Lodge, and the later Grand Lodges in England. To meet 
this view is the object I have set before me in the preparation of the following pages, as well as to 
describe the chief materials accessible for examination, which contain reliable particulars as to Lodge 
nomenclature, numeration, and location. 

There were at least four, but probably five or six, Lodges that took part in the inauguration of the 
Grand Lodge of England 1716-17. Dr. Anderson only acknowledges four, but a careful scrutiny of the 
earliest Engraved List, issued in 1723, points to the existence of five "Time Immemorial Lodges" being 
then on the Roll ; so that the declaration of the anonymous author of " Multa Faucis" (1763) that six 
were present on that auspicious occasion, is not without some slight corroboration. 

When and by whom these and other old Lodges were constituted cannot now be decided, but that 
they, or similar combinations of Freemasons, existed centuries before the Grand Lodge era, cannot be 
reasonably doubted. The term " Lodge " is met with so early as the fourteenth century, and actual 
records of Lodge assemblies in Great Britain are still preserved, dating from the year 1599, the succeeding 
century being especially rich in minutes descriptive of the initiation of " Geomatic," or non-operative 
members, many of whom were prominent and distinguished personages of that period. 

The Grand Lodge, therefore, did not introduce speculative Freemasonry, but simply gave it such an 
impetus that it rapidly obtained the ascendancy which has since been maintained and intensified as the 
years have rolled on ; the operative regime being gradually ignored and ultimately discarded. 

Though we are not aware how many independent Lodges were working in England immediately 
preceding and succeeding the establishment of the Grand Lodge, we know that there were several which 
so existed, the Rolls and other MSS. of their transactions being preserved in many instances, notably 
those of the old Lodge at York from 17 12 (earlier documents being entered in the inventory of 1779, but 
are now lost), of Alnwick from 1701, of Gateshead from 1725, and others, some of which never fraternized 
with the new Grand Lodge, whilst several eventually petitioned for and obtained Warrants. 

The first " Book of Constitutions," based in part on the " Old Charges " (of which some sixty copies 
still exist, varying from the 14th to the present century) was published in 1723, but contains no list of 
Lodges of any value ; the second edition of 1738, however, has particulars of a number down to the year 
of issue, chartered for England and abroad, so also the third edition of 1756, but not those of later years. 
The copies of 1767-76 and 1784 are useful for their registers of Lodges erased for disobedience of the 
Laws, &c. 



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There are also the " Returns " made to the Grand Lodge for some years, which possess a special 
interest from the fact that they recite the names of many of the early members, otherwise unknown to us, 
but these ceased to be made about 1730, and were not again sent until 1768. 

Then there are, beyond all others for accuracy and completeness, the Engraved Lists of Lodges, 
published by authority from 1723 to 1778 ; the "Signs" of the Houses in which the brethren assembled 
for Masonic purposes being curiously engraved therein, with the dates of constitution and other items of 
information ; the issues from the first to 1767 having an emblematical engraving (a new design appearing 
in 1740), and the "Coats of Arms" of the successive Grand Masters re-produced, with their respective 
Titles. The plates of Arms, &c., were continued to 1778, the "Signs" not being depicted, but only 
described after the year 1769. 

Information as to the size and character of these little and curious Registers may be obtained by 
consulting the Laws of the Grand Lodge for 1738, the chief plate of the one for 1738 having been utilized 
in that volume, or my Re-production of the 1734 List. Full particulars of all Lists, whether engraved or 
otherwise, official and private, will be found in Bro. John Lane's " Handy Book to the Study of the Lists 
of Lodges" (1889). 

A new and beautiful design was introduced by Benjamin Cole in the year 1767, but was not sub- 
sequently used. From 1770 the names of the Grand Officers and Provincial Grand Masters were added. 
These Registers were altered to the month of issue, sometimes three or four different editions being 
published in a single year, so that unless all these are examined, places of meeting and other particulars 
may pass unrecorded. 

Copies of these invaluable and scarce Registers are widely distributed, some — believed to be unique — 
being domiciled in the United States. Wherever located, so far as possible, they have been examined and 
laid under contribution for this great work, the exceptions being so few and unimportant as not to call for 
particularization. 

Those for 1723 and 1744 were engraved by Eman : Bowen ; 1725 to 1741 by John Pine; Benjamin 
Cole succeeding as engraver down to 1^66-7. A change then occurred, owing to the supercession of 
Benjamin by William Cole, who also published his Lists from 1766, and from 1768 enjoyed an 
uninterrupted monopoly until the series was ended. Copies of 1723 and 1725 (two editions) have been 
exactly re-produced in the "Masonic Records," the later edition of 1725 being also given in fac-simile from 
the only impression known, which was in the possession of General Pike, of Washington, U.S.A., who 
fraternally granted that privilege. 

In 1775-6 the "Company of Stationers" published a Masonic Calendar, followed by the Grand 
Lodge in 1777, which custom has been continued down to the current year, the present convenient size 
being adopted from 1815. The editions published during the last few years give much more information* 
than their predecessors, and are simply invaluable. These have been issued slightly in advance for each 
year, as with Calendars generally, whilst the Engraved Lists were published during the years indicated on 
the Dedication page. Sometimes, however, the plate of one year was made to do duty for an early edition 
of the following year, which arrangement is easily detected by an examination of the dates of origin of the 
latest Lodges enrolled. 



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It is much to be regretted that a complete set of these Registers is not to be traced, those for 1724, 
1726-8, 1730-3, 1735, 1742-3, 1746-9, and 1759, being most unfortunately missing, whilst of the Calendars 
1775-1894, the issue for 1816, though printed, published and sold in due course, cannot be found. Save 
this one year (1816) all the Calendars are comfortably housed in the Grand Lodge Library. Of the 
Engraved Lists, so far known, I append particulars of the owners, with information as to their contents, 
corrected to the present date, and with the anticipation that other editions will be discovered, and duly 
announced in like manner for the benefit of all concerned. 

In 1725, the venerable Lodge at York started the " Grand Lodge of all England" in that City, which 
had a very chequered experience down to the last decade of the eighteenth century. All the Lodges 
warranted by its authority did not number a dozen, none being granted out of Cheshire, Lancashire, and 
Yorkshire, with the exception of its Charter or Deputation to the " Grand Lodge of England, South of 
the River Trent," in 1779, which was sanctioned by many members of the "Lodge of Antiquity" (who for 
some ten years withdrew from the premier Grand Lodge), and which established two subordinates, all 
being located in London. On the breach being healed, this mushroom Grand Lodge and its Lodges 
collapsed, and certain brethren of the old Lodge returned to their allegiance. The only veritable " York 
Masons " therefore, were those connected with Lodges under the banner of the York organization, and 
hence, when it became extinct, the term ceased to be employed, and neither before 1790 nor since, has it 
ever correctly described any but those Lodges and members aforesaid. 

The real rival to the Grand Lodge of England was constituted July 17, 1751, and has long been 
known by the short title of the "Ancients" or " Athol Masons" (the latter designation being due to the 
3rd and 4th Dukes of Athol having been Grand Masters). This organization was possibly started, in part, 
because of the severe measures adopted by the Regular Grand Lodge towards recalcitrant and impecunious 
Lodges, or in part, as some think, in consequence of certain variations made in the customs of the Craft, 
particularly objected to by the Operative section. The new body became very popular, and in a few years 
was no mean competitor; its prototype, and senior but less pretentious organization, having also to contend 
against the introduction of the " Royal Arch," which was warmly supported, though not originated, by the 
" Ancients," who became known as the Grand Lodge of " Four Degrees," thus (for a time only) placing 
the parent Society at a disadvantage. 

The " Ancients " issued Warrants in England and in Foreign parts, particularly in America, their 
descendants to this day being frequently, but erroneously, termed " Ancient York Masons." 

Official Lists of their Lodges were published late last century, as well as in 1804, 1807, and 1813, but 
only those for the years noted have been identified. 

These occasional publications, the printed proceedings of both Societies, the Engraved Lists and 
Calendars, unofficial publications, and the Records, Registers and Treasurers' Books of Lodges, Provincial 
Grand Lodges, and Grand Lodges, besides Metropolitan and Local Newspapers, have constituted the 
chief sources from which the following laborious and exhaustive work, concerning the thousands of Lodges 
chartered from 1721 to 1894, in both hemispheres, has been compiled. 



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The " Ancients " after having established many Lodges and Provincial Grand Lodges, having also 
obtained the recognition of the Grand Lodges of Ireland and Scotland, and the almost unanimous support 
of the Grand Lodges in America, were averse to becoming absorbed, and so rejected all overtures tendered 
by the "Moderns" for the promotion of peace and harmony during the early part of this century, until 
the services of H.R.H. the Duke of Kent, who became their Grand Master, were enlisted. It was then 
well nigh impossible for Masonic rivalry to continue between two Bodies about to be presided over by 
Princes of the Royal Blood, so that eventually the unhappy differences were forgotten, and the " United 
Grand Lodge of England" was formed, to the great joy of both sections of the Fraternity. The famous 
" Articles of Union " were finally adopted on December 27th, 1813, having been duly signed by H.R.H. the 
Duke of Sussex, and H.R.H. the Duke of Kent, as Grand Masters of the two organizations, with six other 
brethren who represented the " Moderns" and " Ancients" on November 25th of that year. 

Rule VIII. of the "Articles of Union," provided that the two first Lodges under each Grand Lodge 
should draw a lot in the first place for priority. The ballot being in favour of the " Ancients," their 
"Grand Master's Lodge" became No. i on the revised Roll, the "Lodge of Antiquity" of the Regular 
Grand Lodge taking the 2nd position. No. 2 of the " Ancients ' in the same order taking No. 3, and the 
second of the "Time Immemorial" Lodges becoming No. 4. For two such old Lodges to accept lower 
positions on the United Roll than their age entitled them, says much for the truly Masonic spirit of 
their members, who, to promote peace and harmony, consented to their juniors taking precedence of 
Lodges in existence prior to the formation of the premier Grand Lodge. 

When certain numbers were vacant on the one Roll, though filled in on the other, the latter Lodges 
were allotted numbers in sequence, until both Lodges had similar numerical positions to arrange for, hence 
there will be found, at times, two or more Lodges in succession of the rival organizations, e.g. 20 to 22, 
and 36 to 38, and other instances. 

In 1874-8, I published "Masonic Memorials of the Union," and the "Masonic Register of Lodges," 
which contained Lists of the Lodges on the Roll in December 18 13, with their numbers then and since. 
The year 1879 witnessed the advent of two remarkable works by the Masonic Archaeologist, Bro. R. F. 
Gould, entitled the " Four Old Lodges " and " Atholl Lodges," in which are printed copies of the Lists of 
Lodges under the various enumerations from 1729 to 1792, and of those warranted by the "Ancients." As, 
liowever, the former publication, valuable as it is, dealt generally only with one issue of one Engraved 
List or Calendar under each alteration of the numbers, — usually the latest, — the numerous and important 
alterations during each successive numeration were left unrecorded. In several instances Lodges appeared 
and disappeared, or were allotted higher numbers, which were thus necessarily unnoticed, and could not be 
otherwise, unless (as Bro. Lane has done) by re-producing the whole of the changes, of whatever character, 
made from 1729 to the present time. 

It is now possible to see at a glance all the varied experiences of each Lodge, as respects numeration, 
location, and other points of interest ; the method adopted being such as to render the intricate details 
of Lodge life easily understood, and traced with almost absolute certainty, commendable perspicuity, and 
with the greatest possible despatch. 



23 



The Medals referred to are those permitted by the " Constitutions " of the United Grand Lodge, 
and granted by the M.W. Grand Master for the time being. T he " Freemasons' Hall Medal " was 
instituted in 1780, the Master of each Lodge so honoured (in consequence of financial aid to the Building 
Fund) having the privilege to wear a circular Medal, suspended from the arms of the ofiScial Square. 

There are now only thirteen Lodges in the Metropolitan District and four in the Provinces enjoying this 
distinction. The " Royal " and other " Special " Medals have been granted to certain Lodges by reason of 
their antiquity, or other prominent characteristics. Centenary Jewels were of a special design prior to 
1867, but from that year an uniform pattern has been adopted. From the " Red Apron Lodges," eighteen 
in number, are annually elected the Grand Stewards, who are presented to the Grand Master for approval 
and then enter on their duties. There are now over 200 Lodges that have proved their continuous working 
for a century and more, a few having completed and celebrated their sesqui-centennials. Many valuable 
particulars of these centenary decorations or souvenirs are to be found in Bro. John Lane's " Centenary 
Warrants and Jewels" (1891) ; and the official calendars of the Grand Lodge (published annually) give 
a complete list of the Lodges entitled to such distinction. 

Having had an intimate knowledge of the " Masonic Records'' throughout its several stages, I have 
no hesitation in declaring that the Volume is a monument of perseverance, research, and fidelity, and well 
deserves the hearty support and lasting gratitude of the Fraternity of Free and Accepted Masons, for 
whom Bro. Lane has so assiduously and faithfully laboured. 




C>Vn^^^M a^4A^^Lj^^ <gv.,>a^ 



For " Table of the Engraved Lists of Lodges 1723-78," see next page. 



[ 



24 



] 



1770 

do. 

1771 
1772 

1773 
do. 

1774 
1775 
1776 
do. 
do. 
1777 
do. 
1778 
do. 



TABLE OF THE ENGRAVED LISTS OF LODGES, 
A.D. 1723 to A.D. 1778. 



Year. 


Kngraver. 


Numeration. 


Last Number and Date. 


Owner. 


1723 
1724 
1725 

do. 
1729 
1734 
1736 

do. 

1737 
do. 

1738 
1739 


Eman. Bowen 
do. 
John Pine 
do. 
do. 
do. 
do. 
do. 
do. 
do. 
do. 
do. 


1728-9 
do. 
do. 
do. 
do. 
do. 
do. 
do. 


1723 

27th March, 1724 

25th March, 1725 

(circa) September, 1725 

54 (citcaj November, 1728 

128 ... 5th November, 1734 

142 ... l6th April, 1736 

152 ... 31st December, 1736 

160 ... 20th April, 1737 

163 ... 2ist September, 1737 

171 ... 28th March, 1738 

185 ... 28th April, 1739 


■ Grand Lodge of England 
do. 
Library Supreme Council, 33°, U.S.A. (S.J.) 
Grand Lodge of England 
James Newton, Bolton 
E. T. Carson, Cincinnati, U.S.A. 
Grand Lodge of England 
General Lawrence, Boston, U.S.A. 
Enoch Terry Carson 

Grand Lodge of England and E. T. Carson 
Grand Lodge of England 


1740 
174I 
1744 
1745 
1750 
1751 
1752 

1753 
1754 
1755 


John Pine 

do. 
Eman. Bowen 
Benjamin Cole 

do. 

do. 

do. 

do. 

do. 

do. 


1740 
do. 
do. 
do. 
do. 
do. 
do. 
do. 
do. 
do. 


181 ... 31st March, 1740 
189 ... 14th April, 1741 

195 ... 20th March, 1744 

196 ... 20th March, 1744 § 
202 ... 5th May, 1749 t 
212 ... 29th August, 1751 + 
212 ... 29th August, 1751 
227 ... 5th March, 1753 
247 ... 13th May, 1754 
269 (ctrca)']\mt 1755 § 


Grand Lodge of England and Asher Barfield, London 
Grand Lodge of England 

do. 

do. 

do. 

do. 

do. • 

do. 

do. 

do. 


1756 
do. 

1757 
do. 
1758 
1760 
1761 
1762 
do. 

1763 

do. 
1764 

do. 

do. 

do. 
1765 

do. 
1766 

do. 

do. 

1767 

do. 
do. 
do. 
do. 
do. 
1768 
do. 
1769 
do. 


Benjamin Cole 

do. 

do. 

do. 

do. 

do. 

do. 

do. 

do. 

do. 

do. 

do. 

do. 

do. 

do. 

do. 

do. 

do. 
William Cole 

do. 
Benjamin Cole 

do. 
William Cole 
Benjamin Cole 
William Cole 

do. 

do. 

do. 

do. 

do. 


I7SS 
do. 
do. 
do. 
do. 
do. 
do. 
do. 
do. 
do. 
do. 
do. 
do. 
do. 
do. 
do. 
do. 
do. 
do. 
do. 
do. 
do. 
do. 
do. 
do. 
do. 
do. 
do. 
do. 
do. 


212 ... 26th February, 1756 
215 ... 23rd September, 1756 
217 ... 2nd December, 1756 
223 ... 23rd March, 1757 
234 ... 24th March, 1758 
252 ... 24th August, 1759 
262 ... 8th May, 1761 
273 ... 23rd February, 1762 
291 ... 2nd November, 1762 
294 ... 17th March, 1763 
304 ... 8th September, 1763 
307 ... 28th November, 1763 
309 ... l8th January, 1764 
313 ... 4th April, 1764 
318 ... r6th August, 1764 
327 ... nth December, 1764 
340 ... 19th April, 1765 
351 ... 2ist December, 1765 

380 ... 4th December, 1766 
382 ... 19th December, 1766 
364 ... i8th April, 1766 

381 T 19th December, 1766 
384 ... 1 6th February, 17675 
386 IT 16th March, 1767 
391 (circa) April, 1767 
405 ... 15th September, 1767 
416 ... 8th February, 17685 
423 ... 23rd April, 1768 
444 ••■ 26th April, 1769 X 
446 ... 28th June, 1769 


Grand Lodge of New York 
Grand Lodge of England 

do. 

do. 

do. 

do. 

do. and G.L. Massachusetts, U.S.A. 

do. 
British Museum 
Grand Lodge of England 
Worcester Masonic Library 
Grand Lodge of England 
Worcester Masonic Library 
Royal Cumberland Lodge, No. 41, Bath 
Grand Lodge of England and E. T. Carson 
Grand Lodge of England. ( Two copies] 

do. ( Imperfect) 

do. 
Worcester Masonic Library 
Enoch Terry Carson 
Grand Lodge of England 
Michael Charles Peck, Hull 

Thomas Francis, Havant, and G. L. of Iowa, U.S.A. 
John Lane, Torquay 

G.L. of Eng., G.L. of Scot., & Wm. Watson, Leeds 
G.L. of England, and Probity Lodge, No. 61, Halifax 
Enoch Terry Carson 
Grand Lodge of England 

do. ( Two copies) 
St. John the Baptist Lodge, No. 39, Exeter 



William Cole 



do. 



do. 


do. 


do. 


do. 


do. 


do. 


do. 


do. 


do. 


do. 


do. 


do. 


do. 


do. 


do. 


do. 


do. 


do. 


do. 


do. 


do. 


do. 


do. 


do. 


do. 


do. 



1770 

do. 



402 ... 20th September, 1770 
406 (circa) December, 1770 



414 
428 
448 
460 
474 
479 
494 
496 

499 
504 



1st 
4th 
23rd 
29th 
22nd 
25th 
1st 
nth 
1 6th 
26th 



509 (circa) 

510 ... I2th 

511 (circa) 



June, 

April, 

April, 

November, 

November, 

March, 

July, 

June, 

December, 

April, 

December, 

May, 

May, 



1771 

1772 

1773 § 

1773 

1774 

1775 

1776 

1776 

1776 

1777 

1777 

1778 

1778 



Grand Lodge of England 
( Worcester Masonic Library 
\ John E. Le Feuvre, Southampton 
( Grand Lodge of Iowa and E. T. Carson 
Grand Lodge of England 

do. ( Two copies) 

do. and John Lane, Torquay 

do. 
Grand Lodge of Iowa. {Bower Collection) 
Grand Lodge of England. ( Tivo copies) 
G.L. of Eng. ( Two copies) & Worcester Masonic Library 

do. 
John Lane, Torquay 
Grand Lodge of England. ( Two copies) 
York Lodge, No. 236, York 

G.L. of Eng. ( Two copies) & Worcester Masonic Library 
Enoch Terry Carson 



§ Foreign Lodges frequently bear earlier dates than the numbers indicate. 

t Numbered 143 in error. Really 202 as stated. 

X The Dedication plate cA previous year has been utilized. 

II One number less by error of the Engraver. 



MASONIC RECORDS. 



PART I. 

"The Grand Lodge of ALL England," held at York. 

PART II. 

" The Grand Lodge of England, South of the River Trent." 

PART III. 

{a) " The Grand Lodge of England." 

{b) " The Grand Lodge of England, according to the Old Institutions." 

(c) "The United Grand Lodge of England." 

PART IV. 

Lodges Constituted or Warranted abroad, but never registered in the Books 

of the Grand Lodge. 

PART V. 

Index. 



26 



PART I. 

"THE GRAND LODGE OF A.X.L ENGLAND, held at York," 
formed from a Time Immemorial Lodge in 1725. 

Ceased about 1792. 



NAME OF LODGE. 



PLACES OF MEETING. 



Date of Constitution. 



French Lodge, No. 1. 



Druidical Lodge, ( 

called No. 1O0. ( 

Grand Lodge of England 
Fortitude. 



YORK. — Yorkshire [Time Immemorial.] 

This Private Lodge became a g)ran& Jlobge, and 
met at Merchants' Hall, in the City of York, on 27 Dec. 
1725. It continued to meet until about 1740, 
when both the Grand Lodge and the Private Lodge 
became dormant. They were revived at the House 
of Mr. Henry Howard, in Lendall, in the said City, 
17 March, 1761. There is no evidence of its existence 
after 1792. 

The following Lodges were warranted by this 
Grand Lodge : — 

Punch Bowl, York, Yorkshire , 

A Lodge in the City of York, Yorkshire 

Turk's Head, Scarborough, Yorkshire [Last record pre- 
served is dated 30 August, 1768] 

Royal Oak, Ripon, Yorkshire 

Crown, Knaresborougrh, Yorkshire [Was working in 1777] 

Duke of Devonshire, Maeelesfleld, Cheshire 

At Hovingham, Yorkshire 

At Snainton, near Malton, Yorkshire 

Botherham, Yorkshire 

South of the River Trent, London 
The Sun, Hollinwood, Lancashire ... 



10 June, 1762. 
[Date unknown.] 

19 August, 1762. 
31 July, 1769. 
30 October, 1769. 
24 September, 1770. 
29 May, 1773. 
14 December, 1778. 
22 December, 1778. 
29 March, 1779. 
27 November, 1790. 



[ 27 ] 



PART II. 



"THE GRAND LODGE OF ENGLAND, South of the River Trent," 

London. 

Chartered by the GRAND LODGE OF ALL ENGLAND, held at YORK, on 29 March, 1779. 

It collapsed in 1789. 



NAME OF LODGE. 


PLACES OF MEETING. 


Date of Constitution. 


Lodge of Antiquity 


Queen's Arms Tavern, St. Paul's Church Yard, London 


Time Immemorial. 


[Seceded from the T.I. Lodge of that name] 






No. 1, Perfect Observance 


Mitre Tavern, 'Fleet Street, London 


15 November, 1779. 


No. 2, Perseverance and 






Triumph 


Queen's Head Tavern, Holborn, London 


9 August, 1779. 



28 




CRAND MASTER. ^, ,, 



A Lift of die 
Regular Lod ge5 

cu COTVSTTTUTED '/iI/MaHOT^S. 



Churchyard 






KiavesAcre 



Weftminfter 




^ 



Broivnlow 

Street 

Holbori 









Ivy la 



Ne-wgate 
' ftreet 



Silver ftreet 



jnthe 
5trand 












Tir/iTlhmday 






"^' 






liStjEriOiun rruiut, tUdan/ateUlrtet — ^ 



1 



Oiarring^Crol 



Kmg-rhreet 
"Westminfter 






Fleet -ftreet 



,C^ 



in the . 
Strand 



^Jhij, of 



jSouthamph 

fh-cct 
Covent-Garder 



S^Gilcs.'5 



QiarnngGx)ii 



Fiih-fh-eet 
Hill 



So udiTvark 






Thuneia., 









xe^ry /. 









e,vcryC?lffneA 






in the .Strand ^¥^^^^^^^ 



VW 



GarcMarket 



s^mit 









Chancery 
lane 






in ei/ifh 



South- fide 
of S*; Pauls 



behind Uie. 

Rov-al 
Exchaiwe 






Cavendilh 
Ih:eet 



in 
Bloom giuir)' 



Mc 



e-Gai< 



SrPauLs 
ChuiTch-yard 



CrcatQucen 
ftreet 



'■ThurvcUw 


















^* 



Brewers 
ftreee 



al Exchange mcvayTTWUh 



Tower-ftreet 



At 
Edgwordb. 



At 
AcTon 



PaRMall 






Third- ■^Wldnej 



^Aur^fOOi/ 










in^ Strand 




PrinceCs Jlreet 
IDrurv-X-ane . 



Without 
Temple Barr 






Fifh-ftreet 

Hill. 



King-ftreet 
\\istminfret 



Yorkftreet 
Cov'^Garden 



tn^lHiri 



27' 









firJCT'rydai/ 



P5 



■Wfurth. 



■ near 
Teirtpie Barr 






Ciare'Khre e t 
near 

ClareMarket 






Tottenham 
CourtRoad 






S.'^Martin 
I>ane 



-KiChmoiid 
* in 






9pve f'J.'ya/-. 
in. e i/^f^TTlifnth 



City- o£ 
iBath — 



ClUrof 

Briftol 



City-of 

S^orwich 



City of 
Cinches 



ter rvj 



Cit3^ of 
Chefter 



City of 



ThirxifniTndau 
imveryWimtdi, 



f/urdfrydajf) 




"TfUJi 



Fulh 



Fleetffci-eet 



am 









Corl^ 

, Great 

Wad-fireet . 



fc^iKbun ^hirdSfiierdav 
'rear ^n "^ 



Fleet ftreet 



Hennetta 
Street; 






Eaft-flreet 
Greenwich 



/a/tJaXii^ri^ 



Hollis -ftreet 
Oxfordijuan; 



foru-tAiitfirnii 
m.afe/yT/b'Uli 



S': Martins 
Lane 



The Comer at 
Hemmg-iiB,OTv 



NLaldesiXdoie 
Gav: G-ardeu 



Brentforci 



Little Queen 

iireet 

Holborn 



^^ 



mcmA 






yi<:.cnd- 









eMiyTniniA 



fir^t7> 



^-. 



fff^TflirncA 



9ij-.^ ffOird. 



m every • 



■^/T^tmln 



?vv/^A//c<^jy 



"■y 



■/TlrniA 




"KewBeltoii 
ilreet/o-o/- 
lyonyAcre 



,52Vndrewi 

ftreet/i<f<v" 

^5evenPiaU- 



iT.. 






DeAteraux 
Court 



^uvCS;'/twd 



BcdiH 



8" 



TJlu-dTJluri 
ineveiyflVint/L 



^my-tA nUnd 
i/liU^ry^^n^ 



Cov. Garden 



fuut:icjku-d 



Dean 

Solio? 



Chcflrer 



''Ffydia. 
vt every7/2on/n. 



Reduced Fac-simile of Pine's Engraved List of 1725. 



29 



PART III. 

(a) "THE GRAND LODGE OF ENGLAND," constituted on the Festival of St. John the Baptist, 

[24 June] 1717, at the Apple Tree Tavern, Charles Street, Covent Garden, London, the members 
being. subsequently (after 175 i) known as "Modern " Masons. 

(b) "THE GRAND LODGE OF ENGLAND, ACCORDING TO THE OLD INSTITUTIONS," 

constituted on the 17 July, 1751, at the Turk's Head Tavern, Greek Street, Soho, London, the 
members being designated "Ancients" or " AthoU" Masons. 

These TWO Grand Lodges combined, and formed — 

(c) "THE UNITED GRAND LODGE OF ENGLAND," on the 27 December, 1813. 



LIST OF LODGES 1723-24. 

\Copied from the Engraved List in the Library of Grand Lodge, London.^ 



"I 
II 

2 

3 

4 

19 

S 



24 



15 

13 



23 

7 



17 

12 

14 

lo 
i8 

20 



21 
22 



26 
6 

i6 

27 



[engraved signs.] 
Goose and Gridiron . . 
Queen's Head 
Queen's Head 
Cheshire Cheese 
Horn . . 
King's Head . . 
Griffin . 
Three Cranes . . 
Three Compasses 
Fountain Tavern 
Rose and Crown 
Greyhound 
Crown . . 
Rummer Tavern 

Half Moon 

St John's gate Coffee House 

Castle 

Bedford's Head 
Castle Tavern 
Cardigan's Head 
Swan Tavern . . 

Bull's Head 

Anchor 
Baptist's Head 
Sun Tavern . . 

Half Moon 

Crown . . 

Swan . . 

Denmark's Head 

Ben's Coffee House . . 

Ship . . 

King's Arms . . 

Queen's Head 

Crown . . 

St George and Dragon 

Ship . . 

Dolphin 

Duke of Chandos's Arms 

Crown . 

The Busy Body 

Dick's Coffee House . . 

Ship . . 

Nag's Head . . 

Ship . . 

Bell Tavern . . 

Crown and Anchor . . 

Blue Boar 

Devil Tavern . . 

Tom's Coffee House . . 

Red Lion 

Blue Posts . . 



St. Pauls Church-yard 

Knaves Acre 

Turn stile . . . . . . . 

Arundel street . . . . . . 

Westminster 

Ivy lane 

Newgate street 

Poultry 

Silver street 

in the Strand . . , , 

King-street Westminster . 

Fleet-street 

near Cripplegate . . 

Charring Cross 

in the Strand 

ClerkenWell 

Drury-lane 

Southampton street Covent-Garden 

St Giles's . . 

Charring Cross 

Fish-street Hill 

Southwark 

Dutchy-lane in the Strand 

Chancery lane 

Clare Market 

Cheapside . . 

behind the Royal Exchange 

Ludgate street 

Cavendish street . . 

New Bond Street . . 

Bartholomew lane 

St Pauls Church-yard 

Great Queen street 

St lohns Wapping 

Charring Cross 

behind y= Royal Exchange 

Tower-street 

At Edgworth 

At Acton 

Charring Cross near the Hay market 

by y<: New Church in ys Strand 

without Temple Barr 

Princess street by Drury Lane . . 

Fish-street Hill . . 

King-street Westminster . . 

against St Clemn's Ch : in y= Strand 

near Shoe lane Fleet street 

near Temple Barr Fleet street . . 

Clare street near Clare Market . . 

Tottenham Court Road . . 

near Middle Row Holborn 



every other Mond. from y^ 29th of April inclusive 

every other Wedn. from ye 24'h of April inclusive 

First Wednesday in every Month 

First Thursday in every Month 

Third Fryday in every Month 

every other Thurs. from ye 20 of lune inclusive 

First Monday in every Month 

Second Wednesd : in every Month 

every other Fryd. from y<= 26th of April inclusive 

First Fryday in every Month 

every other Mond. from ye 2ofii of April inclusive 

last Fryday in every Month 

fourth Thursday in every Month 

first Thursday in every Month 

fifth day of the Month 

every other Tuesd. from Easter Tuesd. inclusive 

Second Monday in every Month 

Second Thursday in every Month 

every other Thursd. from ye 2nd of May inclusive 

First Fryday in every Month 

Second Wednsday in every Month 

Second Monday in every Month 

Second Fryd. in every Month 

First Monday in every Month 

First Wednesday in every Month 

First & Third Monday in every Month 

Second Thursday in every Month 

First & Third Wednesday in every Month 

every other Mond. from ye iS'h of Novr- inclusive 

every other Tuesd. from lune ye 1 8th inclusive 

First Tuesday in every Month 

First Fryday in every Month 

First & Third Thursday in every Month 

Second Tuesday in every Month 

last Thursday in every Month 

First Wednesday in every Month 

Third Wednes. in every Month 

every Thursday 

Second & Fourth Sat. in every Month at 12 at Noon 

First Tuesday in every Month 

Second Tuesday in every Month 

Third Thursday in every Month 

Second & last Tuesday in every Month 

First Fryday in every Month 

Second & Fourth Wednesday in every Month 

Second & Fourth Wednesday in every Month 

First & Third Tuesday in every Month 

First Tuesday in every Month 

every other Mond. from ye 24th of Feb. inclusive 

Third Monday in every Month 

last Monday in every Month 



Printed for & Sold by Eman : Bowen, Engraver in Aldersgate Street. 
* These numbers correspond to the numbers in the Engraved List of iJ2g. 



30 



A List of the REGULAR LODGES as CONSTITUTED 






A List of the REGULAR LODGES as CONSTITUTED 


'till MARCH 25th 1725. 






'till MARCH 25**' 1725. 


Printed for £r> Sold hy I. Pine, Engraver, over-a^ainst Little Brittain end in 




PriiUedfor &> Sold by I. Pine, Engraver, over-against Little Brittain end in 


Aldersgate Street. 






A Idersgate .Street. 


[Copied from the Engraved List in the Library of Grand Lodge, London.] 






Copied from 2^fac-simile of Engraved List belonging to General Albert Pike, 
Washington, U.S.A.] 




[kngraved signs.] I 1 


11 




[engraved signs.] 




"I 


Goose and Gridiron 


St. Pauls Church-yard 


I 


*I 


Goose and Gridiron 


St. Pauls Church-yard 


II 


Queen's Head 


Knaves Acre 


2 


II 


Queen's Head 


Knaves Acre 


2 


Queen's Head 


Turn stile 


3 


2 


Green Lettice 


Brownlow Street Holborn 


3 


Horn 


Westminster 


4 
S 


3 


Horn 


Westminster 


4 


King's Head 


Ivy lane 


6 


4 


King's Head 


Ivy lane 


19 


Griffin 


Newgate street 


7 
8 

9 


19 
5 


Griffin 


Newgate street 


5 


Three Compasses . . 


Silver street 


Three Compasses . . 


Silver street 


9 


Fountain Tavern , , 


in the Strand 


10 


9 


Fountain Tavern . . 


in the Strand 




Rose and Crown . . 


King-street Westminster 


II 




Rose and Crown . , 


King-street Westminster 




Greyhound . , 


Fleet-street 


12 


24 


Globe Tavern 


Fleet-street 


24 


Rummer Tavern . . 


Charring Cross 


13 
14 


Rummer Tavern . . 


Charring Cross 




Half Moon 


in the Strand 


15 
16 




Half Moon . . 


in the Strand 




Bedford's Head . . 


Southampton street Covent-Garden 


17 
18 




Bedford's Head 


Southampton street Covent-Garden 




Castle Tavern 


St Giles's 


•9 




Castle Tavern 


St Giles's 




Cardigan's Head . . 


Charring Cross 


20 




Cardigan's Head . . 


Charring Cross 




Swan Tavern 


Fish-street Hill 


21 




Swan Tavern 


Fish-street Hill 


15 


Bull's Head 


Southwark 


22 


15 


Bull's Head 


Southwark 


13 


Anchor 


Dutchy-lane in the Strand 


23 


13 


Anchor 


Dutchy-lane in the Strand 




Bajjtist's Head 


Chancery lane 


24 




Baptist's Head 


Chancery lane 




Sun Tavern 


Clare Market 


25 




Sun Tavern 


Clare Market 


23 


Sun . . 


South-side of St. Pauls 


26 


23 


Sun . . . , . . 


South-side of St. Pauls 


7 


Crown 


behind the Royal Exchange 


27 


7 


Crown 


behind the Royal Exchange 




Three Tuns 


Newgate street 


28 




Three Tuns 


Newgate street 




Denmark's Head . . 


Cavendish street 


29 




Denmark's Head . . 


Cavendish street 


17 


Bull's Head 


Vere-street 


30 


17 


Buffalo 


in Bloomsbury 


12 


Crown 


Bow Lane 


31 


12 


Globe Tavern 


Moore-Gate 




King's Arms 


St. Pauls Church-yard 


32 




King's Arms 


St. Pauls Church-yard 


14 


Queen's Head 
Lion 


Great Queen street 


33 


14 


Queen's Head 


Great Queen street 


10 


Brewers street 


34 
35 


10 


Lion 


Brewers street 


18 


Ship 


behind ye Royal Exchange 


36 


18 


Ship 


behind ye Royal Exchange 


20 


Dolphin 


. Tower-street 


37 


20 


Dolphin 


Tower-street 


8 


Duke of Chandos's Arms . 


. At Edgworth 


38 


8 


Duke of Chandos's Arms . . 


At Edgworth 




Crown 


At Acton 


39 




Crown 


At Acton 




King's Head 


Pall Mall 


40 




King's Head 


Pall Mall 




Dick's Coffee House 


by ye new Church in ye Strand 


41 




Dick's Coffee House 


by ye new Church in ye Strand 




Ship 


without Temple Barr 


42 




Ship 


without Temple Barr 


21 


Nag's Head 


Princess street by Drury I^ane 


43 


21 


Nag's Head 


Princess street by Drury Lane 


22 


Ship 


Fish-street Hill 


44 


22 


Ship 


Fish-street Hill 




Bell Tavern 


King-street Westminster 


45 




Bell Tavern 


King-street Westminster 




Star and Garter 


York street Govt- Garden 


46 




Star and Garter 


York street Covt. Garden 




Blue Boar . . 


near Shoe lane Fleet street 


47 








26 


Devil Tavern 


near Temple Barr Fleet street 


48 


26 


Devil Tavern 


near Temple Barr Fleet street 


6 


Tom's Coffee House 


Clare street near Clare Market 


49 


6 


Tom's Coffee House 


Clare street near Clare Market 


16 


Red Lion . . 


Tottenham Court Road 


5° 


16 


Red Lion . . 


Tottenham Court Road 


27 


Crown and Sceptres 


St. Martins Lane 


51 


27 


Crown and Sceptres 


St. Martins Lane 




Red Lion . . 


Richmond in Surry 


52 




Red Lion , . 


Richmond in Surry 


28 


Queen's Head 


City of Bath 


53 


28 


Queen's Head 


City of Bath 


29 


Nag's Head 


City of Bristol 


54 


29 


Nag's Head 


City of Bristol 


30 


Maid's Head 


City of Norwich 


55 


30 


Maid's Head 


City of Norwich 


31 


Swan . , 


City of Chichester 


56 


31 


Swan 


City of Chichester 






City of Chester 


57 




Sun!.. 


City of Chester Bridg street 


32 




City of Chester 


58 


32 


Spread Eagle 


City of Chester Castle street 




Masons Arms 


Fulham 


59 




Masons Arms 


Fulham 




White Lion 


Wytch street near Drury Lane 


60 




Leg Tavern 


Fleet street 




Black Posts 


Cock-pit Court Great Wild-street 


61 




Black Posts ■ 


Cock-pit Court Great. Wild-street 


25 


Swan 


East-street Greenwich 


62 


25 


Swan 


East-street Greenwich 




Queen's Head 


HoUis-street Oxford-square 


63 




Queen's Head 


HoUis-street Oxford-square 


39 


Fleece 


Fleet street 


64 


39 


Fleece 


Fleet street 




Crown and Harp . . 


St. Martins Lane 


65 




Crown and Harji . . 


St. Martins Lane 


37 


Rummer . . 


Henrietta Street 


66 


37 


Rummer 


Henrietta street 




Solomon's Temple 


The Corner of Castle-street & Heming's 


67 




Solomon's Temple 


The Corner of Castle-street & Heming's 




Globe 


Bridges street [Row 


68 




Lebeck's Head 


Maiden Lane Covt. Garden [Row 




Red Lion . . 


Brentford 


69 
70 
71 




Red Lion . . 


Brentford 








41 

42 


Hand and Apple Tree 
King Henry's Head 


Little Queen street Holborn 






St Andrews Street near ye Seven Dials 




* Nos. on 1729 List. 


72 


38 


Blew Posts . . 


Deveraux Court 






73 
74 




Mitre 


Reding 




t In this space in the Grand Lodge List of 1725 is written " Ditto [i.e. Queen's 


43 


Free Masons Coffee House 


New Belton street near Long Acre 

Cov'- Garden 

Dean Street Sohoe 

Watergate Street City of Chester 




Head,] Temple, Barr, Philo-Musiccs et Architectum Soctetas. Every other 
Thursday Jro7n St. John Baptist." 


75 
76 

77 


40 
44 
33 


Mitre Tavern 
Golden Lion 
Castle and Falcon , . 



IT The numbers in this central column are not in the Lists. I give them merely to indicate the position of the 



[ 31 ] 



LIST OF LODGES (Ancients) in 1 751 — 1752. 



Copied from the First Athol Register [Morgan's] in Grand Lodge, London. 



Time 
Warranted. 


No. of 
Lodge. 




July 


17'h 


1751 


2 

3 
4 
5 
6 


Turks head Greek Street Soho now the 

Rising Sun Suffolk Street Haymarket 
Criple, Little Britain 

Cannon, Water lane. Fleet Str'- 

Plaister= Arms, Grays Inn Lane 

Globe, Bridges St'- Covant Gard"- 




29'h 




7 


Fountain, Monmouth St, 7 Dials 


Feby 


I. 


52 


10 


Dukes Head Winfeild St Spittle 


Jany 


30 


. 


9 


Ship & Anch"^- Quaker St J ^^'Ids 




29 


. 


8 


Temple & Sun, Sheer Lane Temple Bar 


June 


12 




II 

2 

4 


Thistle & Crown, Church Court Strand 

Removed to the 
Rising Sun in Suffolk str'- Haymarket 
Temple & Sun, Sheer lane, Temp^- Bar 


Septr 


15- 


52 


12 

5 
2 


Vernon, B : Gate Str'- without 

Horse Shoe on Ludgate Hill 

Thistle & Crown, Church Court Strand 


Nov 


4th 


52 


14 


Carlisle Arms Q"^ Str'- Soho 


Nov 


13 


. 


13 


Mitre, Broadwall, Southwark 


Dec-- 


7 


52 


15 


Marshalsea Tap House 


Dec"- 


II 




16 


Plaisterers Arms Little G^ Inn Lane 



[ 32 ] 

LIST OF LODGES (Ancients) 1752— 1754. 

Copied from the First Athol Register in Grand Lodge, London. 

Dec. 27* 1752. Anno Lap. 5752. Grand Lodge in due Form assembled at the Five Bells Tavern, in 
Wich Street, Strand London. Br. Tho=- Blower, Masf- of (then) No 8 in the Chair. 

Order'd the Members of No. 7 and 10 shoud be discontinued in this Book for their disobedience of the 
21'' Rule of the Grand. And the following be the true List and Numbers of all the Antient 
Regular Lodges in and about London. Anno Lap. 5752 — 5752. 



Time Constid- 


Numr. 


Where held. 


* 


July 


17'h 1751 


2 

3 


Thistle & Crown, Church Court, Strand ... 
Crown, in St Pauls Churchyard 


King's Head Hewitts Court, Strand 




• 


4 


Temple & Sun, Shire lane, T: B. 


Red Hart in Shoe lane now at the Bed- 
ford Arms Bedford Court, C. Garden. 




• 


5 


Hor.se Shoe, Ludgate Hill ... 


Now at the Red Lyon, Dirty lane, 
Long Acre 






6 


Globe in Bridges Str' O- Card"- 


Brown Bear in the Strand,now at theRose 
and Crown, Clare Court, Drury Lane 


Jany 


29. 1752 


7 


Temple & Sun, Shire lane, T: B 


Angel Inn, Wich street, Do. 




3° 


8 


Vernon B: Gate Str'- 




June 


12 


9 


Thistle & Crown, Ch Court Sf^- 




Sep 


15 


10 


Vernon, B. Gate Str'- 




Nov 


13 


II 


Mitre, Broad wall S"wark 




Nov 


4 


12 


Carlisle Arms Q : Str' Soho... 


Now at the White Hart, Shug lane, 
now at the White Swan New Street 
Covent Garden 


Dec 


7 


13 


Marshalsea Tap House 


Now at the Tigers Head, in the Borough, 
at the Black Bull Do. 




II 


14 


Plaisterers little G^- Inn Lane 


Thistle an Crown, Church Court, 
Strand, now at the Turks head. East 
str'. Red Lyon Sq 14 now at the 
Crown in Crown Court, fleet street 


Jany 


9- I7S3 


IS 


Kings Head. Mary !e Bone Str'- 




Jany 


lo- 1753 


16 


K & Queen, Caple st. 




Mch 


13- 


17 


Scots Arms, Hay Market 


Now at the White Hart, Shug lane, 
13 Cantons, now at the Dorset's 
Head Villier street, 17, now at the 
Star & Garter, St Martins lane 


May 


4 


18 


Vernon, Bp. Gate street 


3 Suggar Loaves in St John's Street 
Spittalfields, now Bull & Butcher, 
Rg Fair 




15 


19 


Fountain in Monmouth Str' 7 Dials 


George, Broad St Giles's 


July 


9 


20 


Hampshire Hog, Goswell Str' 






10 


21 


The one Tun in the Strand 


Now at the Cheshire Cheese, Savoy Alley 




12 


22 


King's Head, little Suffolk street 


Bull's head, St. Martin's Lane 


Ocf 


10 


23 


White Lyon, Hemings Rowe 


George, Piccadilly, at the P. Wales head 
Castle Str' L. Acre. 


Octo 


17 


24 


Edenh Castle, Marsh Sf Bristol 








2S 


Unicorn ; West str'- Laffords Gate, Do ... 


Now at the three Indian Kings, small 
Street, Bristol 


Nov 


8 


26 


Rosemerry Branch, R'^merry lane 






9 


27 


P. Wale's head, Capel street, Do 




Nov 


IS 


28 
29 


Royal Oak, Charring Cross 

George, Piccadilly 




Jany 


7- 54 


30 


Goat, Pa v'd Alley St Jas'^- market 






9 


31 


P. of W. head. Butcher Rowe, Tower Hill ... 




Feb 


18. 1754 


32 


Black Horse, Boswell Court, Strand 


Now at the Craven's Head, Drury Lane 


Mar 


13 


33 


Star and Garter, Strand 




Api 


18 


34 


Star and Garter, Panton Str'- Hy Mark'- ... 






19 


35 


King's Bench Prison ... 




Aug' 


14 


36 


Blue Ball, Horse Alley moor fields 


No at the Red Cross in the Minories 




19 


37 


Red Cow, Holywell Street, Strand 





* This column was evidently left by the compiler of the List to record future places of meeting, and was so used. 



33 



LIST OF LODGES (Ancients) 1755—1757. 

Copied from the First Athol Register in Grand Lodge, London. 



A List of Lodges, June 24th, 1755 — 5755. 



No. 

2 
3 
4 

5 
6 

7 
8 

9 
10 
II 
12 
13 
14 

IS 
16 

17 
18 

19 
20 
21 
22 

23 
24 

25 
26 

27 

28 

29 

30 

31 

32 



At the King's Head, Hewitt's Court, Strand 

Crown, St Pauls Church Yard 

Swan and Cross keys Long Acre 

Red Lyon, Dirty lane Do. 

King's Arms, Holywell str' Strand 

2 Blue posts, Cockpit Alley, Drury lane 

Vernon, Bishop Gate Street 

Vernon, Bis : Gate Street 
Mitre, Broad wall, Southwark 

Black Bull in the Borough 
Crown, Crown Court, Fleet Street 
Thisde and Crown, Swallow Street 

Two Brewers, Mid : Holborn 



Hampshire hog, Goswell street 

Cheshire Cheese, Savoy hill. Strand 

Bull's head, St Martins lane 

Prince of Wale's head, Castle str' Long Acre 

Edinburgh Castle Marsh street Bristol 

3 Indian kings small street Do. 

Prince of Wales's head. Rag Fair 



Scotts Arms, Haymarket 

Prince of Wales's head. Butcher Row Tower hill 

Wooll pack Langley Street Long Acre 



33 
34 
35 
36 
37 
38 

39 

40 

41 
42 
43 
44 
45 
46 

47 
48 

49 
50 
51 
52 
53 
54 
55 
56 
57 
58 

59 
60 

61 
62 

63 
64 



King's Bench Prison 
Red Lyon Jewin street 

Const Ocf 6. 1755 

Cons'!- Junei8.i755 St Anns Church & Mitre in Manchester 



Aug 20'h- 



Nov 
Dec 
Dec 
Dec 



19 

3 

17 

27 



1755 



Cock, Bridge street Warrington 
Honywood's Reg'- 

Coventry 



175s Nottingham 

55 Bristol t 

Const Feby 11 1756 Cross Keys Bear str' Leicester fields 
Con. 24 Feb 1756 Crown Crown Court Fleet street 
Con. lo'i^of March 1756 Horse Shoe & last, St James's street 



Mch 30'h 
May 13"^ 
May 19'h 
May i9'l> 



Kings Head, Drury Lane 

Plough in St Martins Lane 

Liverpool 

General Stuart's Regiment 



Apr. 13th 1757 



Worcester 



Punch Bowl, Peck Lane Nottingham 



Note.— This List appears to have been commenced on 24 June, 1755, and continued to No. 37. The subsequent entries were made at 

different periods, and are, as will be seen, very incomplete, 
t " Bristol " in the manuscript is an error. It should have been " Liverpool." 



34 



ROLL OF LODGES, 1717 

Note. — The dates at the head of the several columns are the years of the different "Enumerations" of the Lodges. 1729, 1740, 1755, 1770, 
1780, 1731, and 1792) indicate the Enumerations of the premier Grand Lodge. The letter A denotes the Enumeration of the '^Ancients" or 
Athol Grand Lod«e. The dates 1814, 1832, and 1863 are those of the successive Enumerations under the United Grand Lodge of England. 
The first column contains the number of every Lodge at present on. the English Register. 



Name of Lodge 



Stewards' Lodge. 

Grand Stewards' 
Lodge, 

1792. 

special Medal {1735). 
Frecntasons' Hall Medal 

C1781). 
Crimson Aprons &= Collars. 



Grand Master's 
Lodge, 

Named in 1759. 

Special Medal (1832). 

Red Apron Lodge. 



The West India and 
American Lodge, 1761. 

Lodge of Antiquity, 

1770. 

A ^^ Masters* Lodge** 
(1760-69). 

Royal Medal (1812). 

Jewels of Gold. 

Red Apron Lodge. 



Places of Meeting 



Shakespeare's Head, Covent Garden, London 1735 
Bedford's Head, Southampton Street, 

Covent Garden, ,, 1744 

Shakespeare's Head, Covent Garden, n 1750 
Bedford's Head, Southampton Street, 

Covent Garden, ,r 1753 

Horn Tavern, Fleet Street, u 1761 

Freemasons' Tavern, Great Queen Street, m 1777 

This Lodge was "placed at the Head 
of the List by orderof the Grand Lodge " 
without a number, 18 April 1792. 

Freemasons' Hall, Great Queen Street, n 1865 



[Place unhi!07on] London 1756 

Revived 16 December 1787. 

London Coffee House, Ludgate Hill, n 1787 

Crown and Anchor Tavern, Strand, n 1789 

Freemasons' Tavern, Great Queen Street, n 1 8 1 7 

Freemasons' Hall, « „ 1865 

Freemasons' Tavern, ti i? 1880 



Goose and Gridiron, St. Paul's 

Churchyard, LondOD 1717 

King's Arms, St. Paul's Churchyard, n 1729 

Paul's Head, Ludgate Street, n 1734 

Horn and Feathers, Doctors' Commons, n 1736 
King's or Queen's Arms, St. Paul's 

Churchyard, ,, 1736 

Mitre, Fleet Street, „ 1769 

Freemasons' Tavern, Great Queen Street, n 178 1 

United with Harodim Lodge ^ No. 467 
[No. 558 0/ March 1790], in 1794. 

Freemasons' Hall, Great Queen Street, n 1865 



Crown, Parker's Lane [now Parker's Street], 

Lincolns Inn Fields, London 1717 

Queen's Head, Turnstile, Holborn, n 1723 

Green Lettice, Brownlow St., Holborn, 1, 1725 

Rose and Rummer, Furnival's Inn, 1, n 1727 

Rose and Buffalo, n n „ 1729 

Bull and Gate, m „ „ 17^0 
Crossed out 0/ List in 1736, 



Turk's Head, Greek Street, Soho, London 1751 

Rising Sun, Suffolk Street, Haymarket, n 1752 

Thistle & Crown, Church Court, Strand, n 1752 

King's Head, Hewitt's Court, Strand, 11 1754 

One Tun, in the Strand, n 1769 

Declared vacant ^ June 1783. 

No. 2 (A) -was purchased hy No, 32 (A) on 21 Feb. 1784 
for ;£6 6^. od. 

" The Lodge No. 2 being declared vacant, the Lodge 
No. 32 having Warrant lately stolen from them, 
offered Li^ 6j. od. for No. 2." G. Com., ^ June 1783. 



Date of Warrant 
or Constitution 



25 June 1735 

Centenary Warrant 
17 Feb. 1883- 



13 Aug. 1759 

Centenary Warrant, 
31 May 1869. 



[1691] T.I. 

This date is from 
Engraved List, 1729 

No. I of the 
Four Old Lodges. 



[1712] T.I. 

This date is from 
Engraved List, 1729 

No. 2 of the 
Four Old Lodges. 



17 July 1751 



1729 



117 

B 



1740 



115 



175s 



70 



1770 



60 



1780 



47 



1781 



47 



1792 



A 



1814 



1832 



1863 



1 1 



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i894 



Name of Lodge 



Lodge of Fidelity, 

Named in 1816. 



Old Horn Lodge, 1767- 
Somerset House Lodge, 

1774- 

Royal Somerset 

House and 
Inverness Lodge, 

1828. 

Freemasons* Hall Medal 

(1781). 

special Medal (1858). 
Red Aproii Lodge. 



St. George's Lodge, 1820. 

St. George's and 
Corner Stone Lodge, 

1843. 

Red Apron Lodge. 



Lodge of Friendship 

10 March 1767. 

Freewasons* Hall Medal 

(1783). 

Red Apron Lodge. 



Places of Meeting 



Black Horse, Boswell Court, 

Carey Street, London 1754 

Craven's Head, Drury Lane, m 1754 

Wool Pack, Langley St., Long Acre, n 1755 

Cheshire Cheese, Criitched Friars, n 1784 

Ship, Tower Street, „ 1785 

Rum Puncheon, Old Street, n 1804 

Beckford's Head, n 1, 1805 

Jerusalem Coffee House, Clerkenwell, n 1806 

Crown Tavern, Clerkenwell Green, n 181 1 

Freemasons' Tavern, Great Queen Street, m 1841 

Freemasons' Hall, n ,1 1S65 



Rummer and Grapes, Channel Row, 

Westminster, London 1717 

Horn Tavern, Westminster, before >i 1723 
Krased ^ April 1747. Restored \ Sept. 1751. 

Horn Tavern, Westminster, .1 1751 

Fleece, Tothill Street, ,, h 1767 

King's Arms, New Palace Yard, m ip 1771 

Turk's Head, Gerrard Street, Soho, n 1773 

United with ^^ Somerset House Lodge," 
No. 2Tg [No. 279 i7/'22 May 1762], 10 Jan. 1774. 

Adelphi Tavern, Strand, n 1775 

Freemasons' Tavern, Great Queen Street, n 1778 

United with " Royal Inverness Lodge," 
No. 64S [(7/"i8i4], 25 Novendier 1828. 

Freemasons' Hall, Great Queen Street, it 1865 



Cripple, Little Britain, 
Crown, St. Paul's Churchyard, 



London 1751 
„ 1752 

Ceased to meet regularly in tlie latter 
end of 1751. (G.L. Min.J Last entry 7 
December 1757. 



[Place tinkiiowii] London 

Weavers' Arms, Pelham St. , Spitalfields, n 

No. 55 {A) purchased No. 3 (A) on 6 June 
i7S9i/<"' iC'i 14^- ^d. 
George and Vulture, Lower Shadwell, 
Half-way House, Stepney, 
George Tav. , Commercial Rd. , Stepney, 
Earl Grey, Mile End Road, 
George and Vulture Tavern, Cornhill, 

United with " Corner Stone Lodge^^ No. 37, 
\_No. 63 Moderns, of'j.^ Feb. 1730], 6 Dec. 1843. 

Piazza Coffee House, Covent Garden, 
Freemasons' Tavern, Great Queen Street, 
Freemasons' Hall, 11 



1756 
1759 



1789 
1806 
1807 
1836 
1839 



1850 
1865 



[Place nnknoxtinl London 1 721 

Three Cranes, Poultry, 11 1723 

Blank in 1725 List. 

Three Cranes, Poultry, n 1729 

Ship, behind the Royal Exchange, n 1 731 

Bell, Nicholas Lane, 11 173^ 

Crown, behind the Royal Exchange, .• 1739 
Erased 25 March 1745. 



London 



\_Place tmknowji\ 
King's Head, Ivy Lane, 
Swan, Hampstead, 

No. 79 [o/z-j June 1731], united'with 
this Lodge in 1733. 

Shakespeare'sHead, Lit. Marlborough St. 
George & Dragon, Grafton Street, Soho, 
Sun and Punch Bowl, High Holborn, 
Thatched House Tavern, St. James's St., 
Star and Garter, New Bond Street, 
Thatched House Tavern, St. James's St., 
Willis's Rooms, King St. , St. James's Sq. 
Criterion, Piccadilly, 



1721 
1723 
1730 



1736 
1751 
1761 
1767 
1770 
1777 
1862 
1890 



Date of Warrant 
or Constitution. 



18 Feb. 1754 

and 

26 Feb. 1784 

Centenary Warrant, 
24 April 1878. 



T.L 

No. 4 of the 
Four Old Lodges. 

Centenary Warrant, 
22 Dec. 1883. 



17 July 1751 



2 Aug. 1756 

and 

6 June 1759 

Warrant of 

Consolidation and 

Confirmation, 

6 Dec. 1843. 



11 July 1721 



17 Jan. 1721 

[17 Jan. 1720/1, 
Const. 1738]. 

Warrant of 
Confirmation, 
I Feb. 1886. 



1729 



1740 



1755 



1770 



1780 



1781 



1792 



1814 



1832 



1863 



32 
2 

B 



55 
3 

B 



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1 894 



Name of Lodge. 



Lodge of Hope, 1828. 

Royal York Lodge 
of PePseveFanee, 

1832. 



British Lodge, 

Named in 1770. 

Jewels of Gold. 
Red Ajiron Lodge. 



Places of Meeting. 



Cannon, Water Lane, Fleet Street, London 1 75' 

Temple & Svm, Sheer Lane, Temple Bar, ., 1752 

Red Llart, Shoe Lane, Fleet Street, 1, 1 753 
Bedford Arms, Bedford Court, Covent 

Garden, >i 1754 

Swan and Cross Keys, Long Acre, n 1755 

Lapsed about 1765. Last payment ^Juiic 1765. 



Sun Tavern, Ludgate Hill, 



London 1769 



" Revived " by 14 members of No. 144 (A) 
which still continued. 

Mitre Tavern, Fleet Street, 

George, opposite the Church, Piccadilly, 

Orange [or Lemon] Tree, Haymarket, 

George, opposite the Church, Piccadilly, 

Hibernia Coffee House, Leicester Square 

Ax & Gate, Downing St., Westminster, 

Ship, Swallow Street, 

Bell, Leicester Fields, 

King's Arms, St. Alhan's Street, 

White Lion, Hemniing's Row, St. 

Martin's Lane, 
Percy Arms, Church Court, Strand, 
Crown and Thistle, Chandois Street, 
Albion, Beak Street, Regent Street, 

United with " Royal York Lodge of Per- 
severance^" No. 409 [iV(7. 493 0/ 7 May 
1776], 12 .March [832. 

George and Hlue Hoar, Holborn, 
Freemasons' Tavern, Great Queen Street, 
Freemasons' Hall, n 

The Albion Tavern, Aldersgate Street, 



Lapsed in 1761. 
Last entry 21 Jan. : 



[Place unknownl 



761. 



Date of Warrant 
or Constitution. 



17 July 1751 



1778 
1788 
1797 
1798 
1802 
1802 
1803 
1805 
1806 

1807 
i8o'< 
1828 
1829 



1832 

1833 
1865 



6 Sept. 1769 

Warrant of Renewal 
29 Sept. 1774. 

Warrant of 
Consolidation and 

Confirmation, 
12 March 1832. 

Centenary Warrant 

{Special Jewel), 

22 May 1862. 



729 



1740 



1755 



1770 



1780 



1781 



1792 



1814 



1832 



1863 



4 

B 



[Place iiiiknowii] LondOn 

Tom's Coffee House, Clare Street, 

near Clare Market, n 

Coach and Horses, Maddox Street, 

Hanover Square, ir 

Braund's Head, New Bond Street, n 

Crown and Rolls, Chancery Lane, n 

Crown, High Street, St. (iiles', n 

King's Arms, Oxford Street, n 

Sun, Curzon Street, Mayfair, n 

Mill's Coffee House, Gerrard St., Soho, „ 
George, Wardour Street, Soho, n 

Castle, Jermyn Street, Piccadilly, n 

White Horse, King St., Golden Square, n 
Nag's Head, Carnaby Square, n 

Burlington Arms, Old Burlington Street, n 
St. James' Tavern, Marylebone Street, 

Golden Square, n 

Freemasons' Tavern, Great Queen Street, n 
Freemasons' Hall, n n 



Plaisterers' Arms, Little Gray's 

Inn Lane, London 

Horse Shoe, Ludgate Hill, n 

Red Lion, Dirty Lane, Long Acre, n 



1722 
1723 

1730 
'733 
1757 
1770 

1773 

1775 

1776 

178 

1782 

1783 

1794 

1798 

1807 
1810 
1865 



1751 
1752 
1754 



London 1762 



Lapsed about 1766. 
Last entry January 1766. 



19 Jan. 1722 

[ig Jan. iTiili, 

Const. 1738J. 

Warrant of 
Confirmation, 
19 Dec. 1815. 

Centenary Warrant, 
3 March 1869. 



17 July 1751 



22 Dee. 1762 



5 

A 



5 

B 



[ 37 ] 



1894 



Name of Lodge. 



Albion Lodge, 

Named in 1822. 



10 



Tyrian Lodge, 1768. 

Westminster and 

Keystone Lodge, 

1792. 



Union Lodge, 1734- 



Places of Meeting. 



[Place iitiknmun'] 



London 1769 



L. Dernwtt purchased Ko. 5 (A) in 1769 
/or £5 5i. od. 

Castle Eating House, St. Micliael's 

Alley, Covnhill, „ 1774 

Antwerp Tavern, Tliveadneedle Street, .1 1792 

Sun, Foster Lane, Cheapside, n 1794 
White Horse, Hartholomew Lane, 

Koyal Exchange, 1, 1796 
Crown Tavern, Stationers' Court, Lud- 

gate Hill, „ 1S02 

Abercrombie Tavern, Lombard Street, n 1804 

Virginia Coffee House, Cornhill, n 1808 

Antwerp Tavern, Threadneedle Street, ir 1812 

King's Head Tavern, Kencliurch Street m 1818 

Hercules Pillars, Great Queen Street, n 1822 

St. Ann's Coffee Uo., Dean St., Soho, ,1 1825 
Coach & Horses Tavern, New Compton 

Street, Soho, ,1 1827 
Bedford Head 'I'avern, Maiden Lane, 

Covent CJarden, h 1828 

l'.ell Tavern, Pall Mall, „ 1834 

Unicorn, Jerniyn Street, Piccadilly, 1 1839 

Star and Garter Tavern, Pall Mall n 1844 

Union, Marylebone Street, Golden Sq. n 1847 

Kreeniasons'Tavern,GreatQueenStreet, n 1849 

Freemasons' Hall, n n 1865 

Freemasons' Tavern, 1, m 1872 
Regent Masonic Hall, Cafe Royal, 

Regent Street, n 1874 

Freemasons'Tavern, GreatQueenStreet, li 1877 

Freemasons' Hall, m m 1878 



Date of Warrant 
or Constitution. 



[Plact tin/inoztm'] London 

Crown, behind the Royal Exchange, 
Rummer, Queen Street, Cheapside 
King's Arms, 'I'ower Street, Seven Dials 
Tower, Tower Street, tp 

Fox and Goose, King Street, n 
Angel, St. Mary-le-Bonne, 
Talbot, Tottenham Court Road, 
Carlisle Arms, Queen Street, Soho, 
Greyhound, New Compton St., Soho, 
Angel Inn, St. Giles' Church, 
Coach & Horses, Frith Street, Soho, 
Horn Tavern, New Palace Yard, 

Westminster, 
Thatched House Tavern, St. James St., 
Old King's Arms Tav., New Palace Yd. 
Freemasons' Tavern, Great Queen Street, 
Freemasons' Hall, n 



1722 

1723 
1729 
1740 

1753 
1758 
1766 
1767 
1781 
1785 
1786 
1790 

1792 
179S 
1799 
1809 
1865 



{Place unknowii] London 

Duke of Chandoi-s's Arms, Edgw orth, fi 

" Edgeware " in Const. 1767, p. 203. 
Devil Tav^tm, within Temple Bar, >i 

Daniel's Coffee Ho., without Temple Barn 
King's Arms Tavern, Temple Bar, n 

Erased 4 April 1744. 



1722 
1723 

1729 
1735 
1739 



Globe, Bridges Street, Covent Garden, 

London 175' 

Brown Bear, Strand, m 1752 

Rose and Crown, Clare Court, 

Drury Lane, n 1753 

Lapsed in 1754, 
Last entry, Aug, 1753. 



17 May 1769 

Renewal Warrant. 
30 June 1774. 

Names of members 
in 1774 are the same 
as in 1769, and pay- 
ments are continuous. 

Centenary Warrant 
{^Special Jcuief), 
24 April 1857. 



1729 



1740 



■755 



1770 



1780 



I78I 



1792 



I8I4 



1832 



1863 



28 Jan. 1722 

[28 Jan 1721/2, 
Const. 1738]. 

Warrant of 
Confirmation, 
22 April 1822. 

Centenary Warrant 

{Special J eiveDy 

2 May 1 360. 



25 April 1722 



17 July 1751 



10 



10 



10 



6 

A 



[ 38 ] 



1 894 



11 



Name of Lodge. 



Enoch Lodge, 

Named in 1819. 



12 



Lodge of Fortitude, 

1768. 

Lodge of Fortitude 

and 

Old Cumberland, 

1818. 

A " Masters' Lodge," 
1803 — 1813. 



Places of Meeting. 



Red Cow, Holywell St., Strand, London 1754 

Kp. 37 {Pi) purchased i\'fj. 6 ^^for £j is., 
2 OcL 1754. 

King's Anns, Holywell Street, Strand, n 1755 
Admiral Vernon, 114 Bishopsgate St., 

witliout, II 1770 

King&Queen, Distaff Lane, Old Change n 1772 

Bricklayers'Arms, Bristol St. HIaclsfriars 11 1776 

Acorn Tavern, Upper Thames Street, m 17 

Horn 'i'avern. Doctors' Commons, n 1793 

Bricklayers' Arms, Earl Street, St. 

Andrews-by-lhe-VVardrobe, m 1797 

Manchester Arms, BakerSt. Manchester 

Square, n 1799 

The Goat, Stafford Street, Old Bond St. n 1800 

Jacob's Well, CharlesSt.ManchesterSq. n 1801 

Old Crown Tavern, Swallow Street, 11 1812 

Jacob'sWell, CharlesSt.ManchesterSq. n 1816 

Vernon's Head, North Aiidley Street, 11 1819 

Merlin's Cave, South Audley Street, n 1826 
Red Lion, Old Cavendish Street, 

Oxford Street, n 1830 

Blue Posts, Charlotte St. Rathbone PI., .1 1831 

Green Man, Berwick Street, St. James's, ,, 1837 

Beattie's Hotel, GeorgeSt. HanoverSq. m 1840 

Royal Hotel, Covent Garden, m 1841 

Freemasons'TavenijGreatQueenSlreet, n 1S42 

Freemasons' Hall, n m 1865 



See page 40. 
39- 



Date of Warrant 
or Constitution. 



19 Aug. 1754 

and 

18 June 1755 

[The Warrant of 
1755 marks the com- 
pletion of the pur- 
chase agreed to 2 
October 1754]. 
Centenary Warrant 
i^Special jewel), 
19 July 1855. 



Apple Tree Tavern, Cliarles Street, 

Covent tJarden, London 

Queen's Head, Knaves Acre, 

Waidour Street, n 

George and Dragon, Portland Street, 
Oxford Market, 

Swan, Portland Street, Oxford Mkt. 

Fish & Bell, Charles St. Soho Square, 

Roe Buck, Oxford Street, 

King's ArmsTav. OldComptonSt. Soho 

Mill's Coffee House, Gerrard St. Soho, 

The Wrekin, Broad Court, Long Acre, 

Freemasons'Tavern, Great Queen Street, 

United with " Old Cuntbe^lartd Lodffc,^' 
No. 119 [No. 225 e/"24 Fell. 1753], ?'« 1818. 

Union Tavern, John Street, Oxford St. 
Shakespeare Tavern, Great Russell St. 

Covent Garden, 
British Coffee House, Cockspur Street, 
Quadrant Hotel, Quadrant, Regent St. 
Freemasons'Tavern, Great Queen Street, 
Freemasons' Hall, n 

Ship &Turtle Tavern, Leadenhall Street, 



1717 

1723 

1740 
1742 

1750 
1769 

1793 
179S 
1803 



1818 

1821 
1826 
1827 
1829 
1865 



Fountain, Monmouth Street, 
Dials, 



Seven 

London 1751 



Erased 27 December 1752, for disobedience 
of 21st Rjile. 



Temple & Sun, Sheer Lane, Temple 



Bar, 



Angel Inn, Wych Street, St. Clements, 
Two Blue Posts, Cockpit Alley, DruryLa. 1 
Declared vacant 27 December 1783. 

On T June 1787, No. 7 (A) is said to have 
heenp-antedtoBro. Agar, of No. 81 (A), 
for £6 6s. od. to the Charity, but the trans- 
action could not have been completed, as it 
•was again agreed to be sold in June 1788 . 



London 1752 



1754 
I7SS 






May 1722 
25 Nov. 1722 

27 Feb. 1723 

[27 Feb. 1722/3 
Con.st. 17383. 

No 3 of the Four 
Old Lodges. 

This Lodge ■was 
the Third on Lists 
to 1729. Its Mem- 
bers accepted a 
"Constitution" from 
Grand Lodge 27 
Feb. 7723, by reason 
of which it became 
No. II in the enum- 
eration of 1729. 

Warrant of Confir- 
mation, 13 Nov. 1826 

Centenary Warrant, 
26 April 1876. 



29 July 1751 



29 Jan. 1752 

Became No. 7, 
27 December 1752. 



1729 



740 



1755 



1770 



1780 



1781 



1792 



37 

A 

6 

B 



1814 



11 



1832 



11 



1863 



11 



9 
10 

11 



8 
9 

10 



12 



12 



12 



8 

A 

7 

B 



39 



1 894 



13 



14 



15 



Name of Lodge. 



Union Waterloo 
Lodge, 

Named in 1826. 



Tuscan Lodge, 1777. 

Lodge of 
St. Mary-le-Bonne, 1791. 

Tuscan Lodge, 

again, 1815. 
Red Apron Lodse, 



Kent Lodge, 

Named in 1820. 



Places of Meeting. 



Royal Avtillei-y, Salutation, lieresftird 

Squai-e, Woolwich, London 1761 

Ko. 86 fA) purchased Ko. 7 (A) for 
£5 ss- od.j \june 1788. 

Royal Mortar, Beresford Sq., Woolwich, i> 1792 

Salutation Tavern, n ,1 n 1792 

Prince of Wales Tavern, ,, „ 1795 

Salutation Tavern, Beresford Sq. ip m 1S04 

Star and Garter, Powis Street, n n iSofi 

Royal Oak, IMulgrave Place, p, pp 1807 

Lord Whitworth Tavern, pp pp 1813 

Ordnance Arms, Beresford Square pp pp 1814 

Shakespeare Tavern, Powis Street, pp pp 181 

Fortune of VVai", Thomas Street, pp pp 1819 

Red Lion, Mulgrave Place, ip ,p 1822 

BarracksTav., Woolwich Common pp pp 1825 

United with Nos. 288 and 418 [A'^p?. 230 
(A) o/i^J-une 1785, and No. 328 (A) ^23 
Nov, iSio], I December 1826. 

GeorgelV.Tav. Rectory PI. Woolwich, pi 1830 

Red Lion Tavern, Mulgrave PI., pp pp 

King's Arms Tavern, Frances St., pp pp 1837 

Queen's Arms Tavern, Burrage Rd. IP ip 1839 

King's Arms Tavern, Frances St., pp pp 1856 

Freemasons' Tavein, Dock Yard, pp pp 1858 

Masonic Hall, William Street, pp pp 
Freemasons' Hall, Mount Pleasant, 

Plumstead, Kent 

St. George and Dragon [" The George "] 

Charing Cross, London 1723 

The Lion, Brewers St., Golden Squai-e, pp 1725 

King's Arms, New Bond Street, ip 1730 

Erased 25 Mar. 1745. Restored 7 Mar. 1748. 

King's Arms, New Bond Street, pp 1748 

Erased 23 Jan. 1764. Restored 23 April i-j6^. 

King's Arms, New Bond Street, pp 1764 

Freemasons' Tavern, Great Queen Street, pp 1776 

Three Tuns Tavern, Strand, pp 17S9 

Unitedwith ^^Lod^e of St. Mary-le-Bonne^" 
No. 108 [No. 231 o/s Nov. 1773], 
25 March 1791. 

Cavendish Square Coffee House, pp 1791 

Manchester Coffee Ho., Manchester Sq., pp 1799 
Erased 12 Feb. i8oa. Restored g April 1800. 
Marylebone Coffee House, Lower 

Titchfield Street, pp 1802 

Stratford Coffee House, Oxford Street, pi 181 

Freemasons' Tavein, Great Queen Street, pp 1819 

Freemasons' Plall, tp pp 1865 



Ship and Anchor, Quaker Street, 

Spitaifieids, London 1752 

Vernon, Bishopsgate Street Without, pp 1752 

Sign of the City of Norwich, pi 1758 

Coopers' Arms, Kent St., Southwark, pp 1776 
King Alfred's Head, Union Street, 

Bishopsgate Street, pp 1788 

White Horse,. St. John's Street, pp 1789 

Rose & Crown, Booth St., Spitaifieids, ,, 1793 

Three Jolly Weavers, pp pp 1798 

Coach & Horses, Brick Lane, pp p, 1799 

Phoenix, Brick Lane, ip ip 1799 

Castle, Quaker Street, pi pp 1802 

Grey Eagle, Eagle Street, n pi 1802 

Golden Hart, Phcenix Street, ip p. 1805 

Star, Wilkes Street, pp n 1821 

White Hart, Abchurch Lane, ip 1836 

Ship, Camden Street, Islington, pi 1838 

George and Vulture Tavern, Cornhill, ip 1840 
Old Commodore, Montague Street, 

Whitechapel, 11 1844 

Gerard's Hall Hotel, Basing Lane, n 1846 
Bridge House Hotel, London Bridge, 

Southwark, ip 185 1 

ThreeTunsTavern,HighSt. Southwark, pp 1852 

Guildhall Tavern, Gresham Street, 11 1S69 

Freemasons' Hall, Great Queen Street, p. 1873 



6 March 1761 

and 

4 June 1788 

W. M. 0/ No. 86 
stated to G. L, that 
understanding thi 
ii''arrant 0/ No. 7 
was dormant^ they 
would give £^ ss od. 
Agreed to. G.L.Min. 
4 June 1788. 

Warrant of 
Confirm.-ition and 

Consoliidation, 
I December 1826. 

Centenary Warrant, 
25 Aug. 1886. 



Date of Warrant 
or Constitution. 



25 Nov. 1722 

Warrant of 

Confirmation, 

21 December 1824. 

Centenary Warrant, 
9 May 1873. 



30 Jan. 1752 

Became No. 8 
27 December 1752. 

Warrant renewed 

17 May 1758. 

Centenary Warrant 

{.Special Jewel), 

20 May 1858. 



1729 



1740 



1755 



1770 



1780 



1781 



1792 



86 

7 

c 



I»I4 



13 



1832 



13 



1863 



13 



10 



14 



14 



14 



9 

A 

8 

B 



15 



15 



15 



40 



1 894 



16 



Name of Lodge. 



Ionic Lodge, 1768. 

United Lodge of 
Ionic and Prudence, 

1800. 

Royal Alpha Lodge, 

1824. 

Royal Medal, 1844. 



Albion Lodge, 

from 1832. 



Places or Meeting. 



London 



Fountain I'avern, Strand, 

One Tun, Nol)le Street, Falcon Square 

Red Cross, i5arbican, 

Mitre, Mitre Street, witliin Aldgate, 

Sun, Milk Street, Honey Lane Market, 

Crown, Leadenliall Street, 

Running Hoise, David St., BerkeleySq. 

White Horse, n m 

Running Horse, m it 

King's Arms, Lower Brook Street, 

Grosvenor Square, 
Coacli & Horses, Dover .St., Piccadilly, 

United wiih " Lodge 0/ Pi-iidence and Peter," 
No. 6g [No. 183 0^26 June 1740], in 1800. 

Malpas Arms, Charles St. Grosvenor Sq. 
Tower Coffee House, New Bond Street 
Malpas Arms, CharlesSt. GrusvenorSq. 
Worcester Coffee House, Oxford Street 
The Union Tavern, John St., n 
Freemasons' Tavern, Great Queen Street, 

United with ^^ Alpha Lod^e," No. 43 
[No. 76 ('/1730], in 1823, and with " Royal 
Lodge,'^ No. 210 [Ao. 313 0/ 4 April 1764], 
tit 1824. 
King's Arms Assembly Rooms, 

Kensington, 
Guillion's Hotel, Albemarle Street, 
Freemasons' Tavern, Great Queen Street, 
Clarendon Hotel, New Bond Street, 
St. James' Hotel, Piccadilly, 
Willis's Rooms, King St., St. James's Sq. 
Hotel Metropole, Northumberland 
Avenue, 



1722 
1723 
172S 
1737 
1745 
1748 
1755 
1762 
1768 
1779 

178 
179S 



1804 

1808 

ig 

1810 

181 

1822 



1S24 
1856 
1857 
1861 
1867 



Duke's Head, Winfield Street, Spitaltields, 

London 1752 

Erased 27 Deceinher \-j'^n,foy disobedience of 
■zz.st Rtile. 



Thistle & Crown, Church Court, Strand, 

London 1752 

*' Declared vacajtt, null and void," /or 
noft-payjitent 7 Augttst tj^^. 

Blaitk in 1755 List. 



Plougb, St. Martin's Lane, 



London 1756 



No. 50 {.PC) ptt7-chased No. g (A) i7t 1757. 
Lapsed abotit \']ti. Last entty March 1761. 



[Place unknown'\ 



London 1771 



No. g (A) was purchased by S . G. ]V . Clarke and 

others, Jbr £s 5^- °d. iti ifji. 

Lapsed, and Warrant delivered up, 3 Sept. ijTj. 

^^ Insnjjficient Bletnhers,'^ G. L. Mitt. 



Fourth Battalion Regiment of Royal 

Artillepy, New York, U. s. America 

St. John's, Newfoundland, N. America 

No. 213 iX) ptirchased No. 9 (A) 20 December 1787, 
fo^ £>S S^' °d. to the Charity. 

Fourth Battalion Regiment of Royal 
Artillepy, 

Woolwich, London 

Bro. Ward's House, Quebec, Canada 
Officers' Mess Rooms, 

DaupliinBarracks, n i> 

Frank's Tavern, n n 

^' Sevcj-ed con?iection/rotn G. L, of New Yorkin 
1783, and retired 7vith the English Army o?t the 
Ev'actiation of the City." {Hist. G. L. New i'ork, 
p. xxxvii.) Contimiedon English Register tintil 
1870. 

Joined G. L. of Canada 27 Dec. i86g. 

Now No. 2 on Reg. of G. L. of Quebec. 



1781 
1783 



1787 
1789 
1790 

1790 
1791 



Date of Warrant 
or Constitution. 



May 1722 

Warrant of 

Confirmation, 

1 January 1881. 



1 Feb. 1752 



12 June 1752 

Became No. g 
27 December 1752. 



13 May 1756 



17 April 1771 



3 July 1781 

Constituted at New 
York, 18 Oct. 1781. 



20 Dec. 1787 

Warrant of Rene'wal 
as a Civil Lodge, 
27 January 1829. 

Centenary Warrant 

{Special Jewel) ^ 

3 April 1862. 



1729 



[740 



I7SS 



1770 



1780 



1781 



1792 



1814 



1832. 



863 



16 



16 16 



10 

A 



11 

A 

9 

B 

50 

A 

9 

c 

9 

D 



213 

A 



9 

E 



17 



17 



17 



41 



l894 



18 



Name of Lodge. 



Dundfee Arms Lodge. 

1770. 

Old Dundee Lodge, 

1835- 



19 



Royal Athelstan 
Lodge, 

Named in 1816. 



Places of Meeting. 



London 



Ship, Bartholomew Lane, 
Crown, Bow Lane, Cheapside, 
Globe Tavern, Moore Gate, 
Three Tuns, Swithins Alley, Thread- 
needle Street, 
Castle, Drury Lane, 
Crown, Shadwell, 
Crown, New Crane, Wapping, 
Dundee Arms, Wapping New Stairs, 
Private Room, Red Lion St., Wapping, 
George and Vulture Tavern, Cornhill, 
Alders, Mark Lane, 
George and Vulture Tavern, Cornhill, 
London Tavern, Bishopsgate Street, 
Bridge House Hotel, London Bridge, 

Southwark, 
City Terminus Hotel, Cannon Street, 



1723 
1725 

1725 

1727 
1733 
1739 
•739 
1747 
1764 
1821 
1826 

1835 
1846 

1876 



Date of Warrant 
or Constitution. 



27 Mar. 1723 

[March 1722/3 
Const. 1738]. 

Warrant of 
Confirmation, 
5 June 1839. 

Centenary Warrant 

{special Jetvel), 

24 June 1863. 



Vernon,BishopsgateStreetWithout, London 1752 

Lapsed about 1768. Last entry in Register 
Dec. 1763. Attended G.L. xo. June 1767. 



15 Sept. 1752 

Became No. lo, 
27 December 1752. 



Ship, in the Strand, 



London 1769 



Removal confirmed by Grand Comtnittee 
6 Dec. 1775, bnt place of Removal not 

mentioned. ^iiS 

Griffin, Villiers Street, York Buildings n 1790 

City ofHereford, Litchfield Street, Soho, « 1791 

Red Lion, Cross Lane, Long Acre, n 1792 

No. 15Q CA) purchased No. 10 (A) /or 
£^ 5J. od. 7 March 1792. 

" No. 10 granted and rernved to the 

Brothers of No. iS9 for £^ 5s. od." 

G.L. Min. 7 March 1792, 

Bedford Arms, Charlotte Street, 

Bedford Square, n 1793 

Crown, Seven Dials, n 1796 

Coachmakers' Arms, Long Acre, n 1803 
Butchers' Arms, Clements Lane, 

Clare Market, m 1803 

Golden Lion, Cross Street, Long Acre, „ 1804 

Golden Anchor, m " " 1809 

King's Arms, High Holborn, n 1810 

King's Head, n " 1811 

Angel Inn, High Street, Bloomsbury, 11 1812 
Fitzroy Coffee House, Fitzroy Street, 

Bedford Square, " 1829 

George and Blue Boar, Holborn, 11 1834 

King's Head, Museum Street, n 1835 
Fitzroy Hotel, Fitzroy Street, Bedford 

Square, i' '835 

Percy Hotel, Rathbone Place, n 1837 

George and Blue Boar, Holborn, 11 1839 

London Coffee House, Ludgate Hill, 11 1 851 

Clarence Hotel, Aldersgate Street, n 1851 

George and Blue Boar, Holborn, ir 1852 

Anderton's Hotel, Fleet Street, ir 1862 

Inns of Court Hotel, Holborn, 11 1867 

City Terminus Hotel, Cannon Street, n 1868 

London Tavern, Bishopsgate Street, n 1876 

Mansion House Station Restaurant, n 1876 

Criterion, Piccadilly, " 1876 

Holborn Viaduct Hotel, Holborn, m 1877 

City Terminus Hotel, Cannon Street, n 1878 



1729 



12 



1740 



1755 



1770 



17S0 



1781 



1792 



1814 



18 



1832 



18 



1863 



18 



12 

A 

10 

B 



27 Feb. 1769 

and 

7 Mar. 1792 

Centenary Warrant, 
19 Nov. 1868. 



159 

A 

10 

c 



19 



19 



19 



42 



i894 



Name of Lodge. 



20 Kentish Lodge of 

Antiquity, 1781. 

Royal Kent Lodge 

of Antiquity, 

1819. 

A " Masters' Lodge," 
I738-39- 



Places of Meeting. 



St. David's Lodge, 



Anchor, Dutchy Lane, Strand, London 1723 

Fountain, in the Strand, n 173' 

l^edford Arms, Covent Garden, u 1733 

TwoBlackPosts,MaidenLa., Gov. Garden II 1736 

SunTheatre, Clare Market Cofifee House, m 1737 

Theatre Coffee House, Bridges Street, u 1738 

Bury's Coffee House, 11 n 173^ 
Cock & LionTavern, St. Michael's Alley, 

Cornhill, ^ >i 174° 
Blossom's Inn, Lawrence Lane, Cheap- 
side, " 1741 
Boar's Head, Garter & Crown, Finch La. .■ 1744 
Blossom's Inn, Lawrence Lane, Cheap- 
side, II 1744 
Queen's Head,Red Cat La., Chatham./c'eKi' 1748 
Bunch of Grapes, n I75' 
Globe Tavern, Globe Lane, n 1763 
Mitre Tavern, h m 1767 
Post Office, High Street, n 177° 
Sun Tavern, n 11 179° 
Mitre Tavern, Globe Lane, 11 1820 
Sun Tavern, High Street, n 1822 
United uiith '■^ Lodge of Unanimity,'' 
No. 729 {^qf-^ijan. t82t], in 1828. 

Sun Hotel, High Street, m 1879 



Mitre, Broadwall, Upper Ground, South 
wjrV Lond 



Date of Warrant 
or Constitution. 



28 Mar. 1723 

Warrant of 

Confirmation, 

i6 September 1787. 

Warrant of 
Confirmation, 1820. 
[Date quite illegible] 

Centenary Warrant, 
30 June 1873. 



wark. 



London 1752 

Blank in 1755 List. Last entry inRegister, Dec. 1763. 
Vacant 7 March 1787. (C-i. Min.) 



Queen's Head, Great Queen Street, London 1723 

Turk's Head, South St., Wandsworth, m 1753 

King's Arms, High Street, n 11 1757 

Erased 20 Nov. 1782. Restored \-^ Feb. 1788. 

King's Arms, High Street, Wandsworth, n 1 788 
Erased again 3 March 1830. 



Carlisle Arms, Queen Street, Soho, London 1752 
White Hart, Shug Lane, " 1753 

White Swan, New St., Covent Garden, u 1753 
^'- Declared vacant, null and void' for non-payment, 
7 August 1754. 
Blank in 1755 List. 



Bear's Paw, London 1756 

No. 54 (A) purchased No. 12 CA) for 
£i iS. od., I December 1756. 

Cross Keys, Bear St., Leicester Fields, n 1757 
Ship, in the Strand, 11 I77I 

Lapsed before 1 7 8 1 . 
1781, Aug. 15, " Leave granted to a Brother, formerly 
of No. 12, now extinct, to join another Lodge, he 
having been in the country where no Lodge was 
held."— G.Z. Min. 



Bull's Head, Southwark, LondOn I7f3 

Rummer, St. Mary Overys[St. Saviour's] ,_„ 

Churchyard, Southwark, n 1739 

Bull's Head, Southwark, n 1 741 

Swan, West Smithfield, n 1751 

Blue Anchor, Rosemary Lane, 11 1755 
Anchor and Hope, Aldgate Ward Coffee 

House, Leadenhall Street, m 1763 

Three Tuns, Aldgate, n 1764 

Cross Keysi Henrietta Street, Cov.Gardenii 1764 
Anchor and Hope, Aldgate Ward Coffee 

House, Leadenhall Street, n 1765 

Three Crowns, East Smithfield, n 1766 

Two Brewers, St. Catherine's, Wapping.ii 1775 
Erased 24 April 1776. 



13 Nov. 1752 

Became No. ii, 
27 December 1752. 



30 Mar. 1723 



1729 



1740 



1755 



1770 



13 



12 



10 



10 



1780 



10 



1781 



10 



1792 



10 



1814 



20 



1832 



20 



1863 



20 



4 Nov. 1752 

Became No. 12, 
27 December 1752. 



14 June 1756 

and 

1 Dee. 1756 



13 

A 

11 

B 



14 



13 



11 11 



11 



11 



11 



21 



14 

A 

12 

B 



54 

A 

12 

c 



1 April 1723 



15 



14 



12 



12 



[ 43 ] 



i894 



21 



Name of Lodge. 



Mourning Bush Lodge, 

Named in 1769. 

Lodge of Emulation, 

1783- 

FreemcLSons' Halt Medal 

(1783). 

Red Apron Lodge, 



French Lodge, 

1737- 



Anchor and Baptist's 
Head Lodge, 

1767. 



Places of Meeting. 



Red Lion, Tottenham Court Road, London 1723 

Goat, at the foot of the Ilaymarket, n 1730 
Bedford Court Coffee House, Bedford 

Court, Covent Garden, n 1734 

Private Room, Red Lion St., liolborn, u 1735 

Turk's Head, Fleet Street, „ 1736 

Cross Keys, corner of St. Martin's Lane, n 1736 

Le Guerre Tavern, n n 1738 

St. Martin's, „ n 1738 

Turk's Head, Temple Bar, n 1738 

Bedford Arms, Covent Garden, n 1739 

Erased 21 Noi'emher 1745. 



Ben's Coffee House, New Bond St., London 1723 

Bull's Head, Vere Street, h 1725 

Buffalo, in Bloomsbuiy, it 1725 

Buffalo and Gaiter, in Bloomsbury, n 1729 

Crown, St. Giles's, h 1731 

Shakespeare's Head, Covent G.irden, n 1736 

[Blank in 1737-38 Lists], 

Crown, St. Giles's, n 1739 

Shakespeare's Head, Covent Garden, ti 1739 

Bearand Rummer, Gerrard Street, Soho, it 1741 

Erased 21 Noveniber 1745. 



Ship, behind the Royal Exchange, London 1723 

St. Paul's Head, Ludgate Street, n 1727 

Crown, Ludgate Hill, n 1729 

Sun, Holborn, n 1736 

Erased 25 March 1745. 



Griffin, Newgate Street, London 1723 

Green Dragon, Snow Hill, ti 1728 

Crown Tavern, n ti 173^ 

Queen's Arms, Newgate Street, n 1732 

Mourning Bush Tavern, Aldersgate St., n 1735 

Feathers Tavern, Cheapside, n 1765 

Paul's Head Tavern, Cateaton Street, n 1769 

United with " Lod^e 0/ Emulation," 
No. 255 [No. 390, 0/ II April 1767J, 
October 1780. 

AntwerpTavern,ThreadneedIe Street, n 1800 

Georgeand Vulture T.avern, Cornhill, n 1815 

London Tavern, Bishopsgate Street, it 1845 

The Albion Tavern, Aldersgate Street, n 18 



Dolphin, in Tower Street, London 1723 

Swan, Long Acre, ti 173° 

■Vine, II 11 1744 

Erased 25 March 1745. 



Nag's Head, Princes Street, Drury 

Lane, 
Anchor and Baptist's Head, 

Chancery Lane, 
Crown and Rolls, Chancery Lane, 
Erased 10 April 1782. 



London 1723 

I, 1730 
II 1767 



Marshalsea Tap House, Marshal- 
sea, Southwark, London 1752 
Tiger's Head, Borough, n 1753 
Black Bull, 11 II 1754 

Last entry December 1757. 
Declared vacant 6 December 1758. 



Date of Warrant 
or Constitution. 



3 April 1723 



1723 

3 April 1723, is given 

in the Constitutions 

(German) 1743. 



5 May 1723 



15 May 1723 

Warrant of 

Confirmationj 
15 March i8to. 

Centenary Warrant, 
16 Jan. 1872. 



12 June 1723 



4 Aug. 1723 



7 Dec. 1752 

Became No. 13, 
27 Dec. 1752, 



[729 



1740 



I7SS 



1770 



1780 



1781 



1792 



1814 



1832 



1863 



16 



15 



17 



16 



18 



17 



19 



18 



13 



13 



12 



12 



12 



22 



21 



21 



20 



19 



21 



20 



14 



14 



13 



13 



15 

A 

13 

B 



44 



1 894 



22 



Name of Lodge. 



Neptune Lodge, 

Named in 1 83 1. 



Greenwich Lodge, 

1764. 
Fraternal Lodge, 

1784. 



Fraternal Lodge, 



23 



Globe Lodge, 

Named in 1768. 
Red Apron Lod^e, 



Places of Meeting. 



Deptford, 



London i7S7 



No. 64 (A) ngjeed to purchase No. 13 
(A) 6 Dec. iTs^,/or £-2 2s. od. Com- 
pleted 18 July 1759- 

GriflSn, Rack Lane, Deptford, n 1759 

Roman Eagle, Church Street, ir n 1775 

George Tavern, Grove Street, ir p 17^3 

King's Arms, King's Yard Gate, n n 17^4 

George Tavern, Grove Street, n n 1793 

Noah's Ark, n " 1793 

Bombay Castle, Grove Street, ir n 1794 

Noah's Ark, u n 1794 

Griffin, Back Lane, n n 1795 

Noah's Ark, n u 1795 

Bombay Castle, Grove Street, n n 1796 

Garrick's Head, 11 n 1796 

Ship l^ombay Castle, Grove St., n n 1797 

JoUySailor, RotherhitheKd. Rotherhithe i. 1801 

Royal Oak, 1. n 1805 

Bunch of Grapes, n n 1808 

Ship, 11 11 iS 

Neptune, Neptune Street, n n 1810 

Noah's Ark, n n 1823 

Black Boy Tavern, Wapping, 11 1826 

George and Vulture Tavern, Cornhill, n 1837 

King's Head Tavern, Poultry, 11 1850 

George and Vulture Tavern, Cornhill, m 1854 

Radley's Hotel, Bridge St., Blackfriars, 11 1855 

Guildhall Tavern, Gresham Street, n 1871 



Date of Warrant 
or Constitution. 



14 Dee. 1757 



18 July 1759 

Warrant of 
Confirmation, 
October 1835. 

Centenary Warrant 

(^Special Jewel), 

12 Nov. 1864. 



London 



Ship, Fish Street Hill, 

Swan, Fish Street Hill, 

Bull's Head, Gracechurch Street, 

Dog Tavern, Billingsgate, 

Three Tuns, n 

White 1 -ion, nr Execution Dock, Wapping 

Ship, l-)utt Lane, Deptford, 

Griffin, Back Tane, ir 

Royal Magazine, East Lane, Greenwich, 

Golden Anchor, Ballast Key, East 

Greenwich, 
Mitre, Church Street, Greenwich, 

Greyhound Inn, Stockwell St., n 
Mitre Tavern, Church St., n 

Lapsed in 1803. 
The Minute Booh of this Greeitivich Lodge to 1803 
is in the possession of Lodge No. 20%, at Dews- 
bury. 



1723 
1731 
1737 
1738 
1741 
1743 
1745 
1746 
1754 

1756 
1775 
1793 
1797 



Assembly Rooms, 
King's Arms, 

Erased 4 Decemhei 



Deal, Kent 1803 

I8I4 

, 1822. 



Plaisterers' Arms, Little Gray's Inn Lane, 

London 1752 

Thistle & Crown, Church Court, Strand n 1753 
Turk's Head, East St., Red LionSq., w 1754 
Crown, Crown Court, Fleet Street, 11 1755 

No. T4 (A) refused to pay to G. L. 5 December 1770. 
Lapsed, and Warrant delivered up 4 December 1782. 



Half Moon, Cheapside, London 1723 

Sun, South side of S. Paul's Churchyard n 1725 

Half Moon, Cheapside, n 1726 

Bell, Noble Street, Falcon Square, n 1755 

Salutatfon, Gray Friars, Newgate Street n 1757 

Fountain, Snow Hill, n 1762 

Globe Tavern, Fleet Street, n 1766 

Crown and Rolls, Chancery Lane, n 1768 

Globe Tavern, Fleet Street, n 1792 

White Hart Tavern, Holborn, n 1793 

Freemasons' Tavern, Great QueenStreet, n 1815 

Freemasons' Hall, n 11 1865 



11 Sept. 1723 



1803 



11 Dee. 1752 

Became No. 14, 
27 Dec. 1752. 



18 Sept. 1723 

Warrant of 

Confirmation, 1828. 

[Day and month not 

in Warrant]. 

Centenary Warrant 
{Special Jewel), 
L19 Aug.] 1864. 



1729 



1740 



1755 



1770 



1780 



1781 



1792 



1814 



1832 



64 

A 



13 

c 



23 



22 



1863 



22 



22 



21 



15 



15 



14 



14 



13 

A 



13 

B 



24 



16 

A 

14 

B 



23 



22 



16 



16 



15 



15 



14 



25 



23 



23 



[ 45 ] 



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Name of Lodge. 



24 



Athol Lodge. 

Neweastle-upon- 
Tyne Lodge, 

1814. 



Places of Meeting. 



United Traders' todge, 

1768. 



Date of Warrant 
or Constitution. 



Crown, near Cripplegate, London 1723 

[ Blank in 1725 Lists] . 
Bedford's Head, Southampton Street, 

Covent Garden, n 17^9 

Crown, without Cripplegate, n 1730 

White Swan & Royal Oak, Whitecross St n 1734 

Hull's Head & Three Tuns, Newgate St n 1748 

Griffin, [Green Dragon], Fleet Street, n 1748 

Dog Tavern, Garlick Hill, Thames St., n 1752 
Erased 17 Nov. 1760. Restored ahout 1763. 

White .Swan, Whitecross Street, n 1763 

White Swan, Bunhill Row, Moorfields, n 1773 
Erased again 28 April 1775. 



King's Head, Marylebone Street, 

Golden Square, London I7S3 

Thistle and Crown, Swallow Street, n 1755 

Last entry Sept. 1765. Lapsed about 1766. 



Star and Garter, NeWCastle-Upon-TynC, 

Northiivibc-rland 1805 

Half Moon Tavern, Bigg Market, n 1806 

Masons'Hall, liell'sCourt,NewgateSt. n l8ir 

Warrant of No. 15 (A) granted to No. 
t3i (A) 2 April 1813, iji lieu of War- 
rant of No. 131 returned. 

United with St. Nicholas Lodge, No. 
261 (.Moderns) {No. 378 ofig Nov. 
1766], ijt 1814. 

Masons' Hall, Ridley Court, 

Groat Market, 11 1825 

Nag's Head Inn, Butcher Bank, n 1832 

Three Tuns Yard, Cloth Market, n 1835 

Corn Exchange Hotel Yard, n ti 1836 

Freemasons' Hall, Nelson Street, ,1 1837 

„ Blackett Street, n 1S53 

„ Grainger St. West ,r 187 

„ Shakespeare St., n 1893 



[Place till known] London 1723 

Swan, East Street, Greenwich, ,1 1725 

Mitre, Church Street, 11 

King's Head, n 

Punch Bowl & Ladle, London St. n 
Lubec, 11 " 

White Horse, Wheeler Street, Spitalfields 
Greyhound, Lamb Street, n 

laue Coat Boy, Newgate Street, 
Ben Jonson's Head, Little Britain, 
St. John's Gate, St. John's Lane, 

Clerkenwell, 
Blue Lion & Ball, Gray's Inn Passage, 

Red Lion Square, 
Red Horse, Old Bond Street, 
Pewter Platter, Cross St., HattonGarden 
London Punch House, Ludgate Hill, 
Jacob's Ladder, New London Tavern, 

Cheapside, 
United with the " United City Lodge" 
No.H [No. t8o, of 16 Jan. 1740), gFei. 1791- 

Bolt and Tun, Silver Street, Fleet St., 
Erased 12 Febi-uary 1800. 



20 Oct. 1723 

[Nov. 1723. 
Eng. List, 1729]. 



9 Jan. 1753 



24 Sept. 1805 



2 April 1813 

Centenary Warrant, 
25 Feb. 1870. 



1729 1740 



24 



23 



24 Dee. 1723 



1729 
1730 
1733 
1734 
1736 
1739 
1741 

1743 
1743 

1751 

1759 
1761 
1781 

1788 



1795 



25 



'755 



17 



770 



17 



24 



The Old Devil at Temple Bar, London 1724 

King's Arms, Strand, ir 1728 

White Swan & Royal Oak, Whitecross St., „ 1733 
Brett's Coffee House, Charles Street, 

St. James's Square, 11 1734 

Key and Garter, Pall Mall, ,1 1734 

Dog Tavern, St. James's Market, n 1739 

Erased 21 Nove7nber 1745. 



25 Mar. 1724 26 



18 



1780 



[781 



1792 



1814 



1832 



1863 



15 

B 



131 

B 

15 

c 



26 



24 



24 



18 



16 



16 



25 



15 



[ 46 ] 



1 894 



Name of Lodge. 



Places of Meeting. 



Blue Posts, near Middle Lane, Holborn, 

London 1724 

CrownandSceptres, St. Martin's Lane, ii 1725 

Forrest's Coffee House, Charing Cross, n 1735 

Erased 25 March 1745. 



Queen's Head, Cheap Street, Bath, 

Somersetshire 1724 

Erased in 1736. 



Nag's Head, Wine Street, Bristol, 

Gloucestershire 1724 

Erased in 1736. 



King and Queen, Capel Street, Rosemary 

Lane, London 1753 

" Declared vacant^ null and void " for 
non-payment^ 7 August 1754. 



Date ofWarrant 
or Constitution. 



27 Mar. 1724 



25 



Robert Burns Lodge, 

Named in 1820. 



Angel Lodge, 1758. 
Tuns Lodge, 1758. 

Thatehed House Lodge, 

1762. 

White Swan Lodge, 

1778. 



Lodge of St. John. 



[Place unknown] 



London i757 



1724 



1724 



729 



1740 



175s 



1770 



1780 



1781 



[792 



1814 



1832 



1863 



27 



26 



28 



29 



Lapsed about 1760. 
Last payment 3 Sept. 1760. 



Queen's He'ad, Crown Court, Princes 

Street, Soho, London 1810 

Edinburgh Castle, New Church, Strand „ 1812 

Hercules Pillars, Great Queen Street, m 1814 

King's Arms, Tichbourne Street, n 1819 

Private Room, 12 Maiy-le- Bone Street, n 1820 

Feathers, Duke Street, St. James's, 1. 1822 

King's Head Tavern, Marylebone Street, 

Golden Square, " 1823 

Kent& Sussex Hotel,Jermyn St, Piccadilly,! 1835 

Biitannia Tavern, Berwick Street, Soho, 1, 1837 

Harp Tavern, Jermyn Street, Piccadilly, n \i 

Unicorn Tavern, tr n n 1841 

British Coffee House, Cockspur Street, n iS 

Freemasons'Tavern, GreatQueen Street, n 1846 

Freemasons' Hall, u " 1865 



Maid's Head, Cook Row [now Magdalen 

Street], Norwich, Norfolk 1724 

Three Tuns, London Lane, Norwich 1736 

Angel Tavern, Market Place, rr 1745 

Maid's Head, Cook Row, n 1755 

Angel Inn, Market Place, n 1756 

Three Tuns, London Lane, 11 175^ 
Thatched House, Upper Westwick St., 

St. Lawrence Parish, n 1 762 
White Swan, Upper Market Street, St. 

Peter's, " I77S 
Erased 10 February i8og. 



Swan, East Street, ChiehCSter, Sussex 1724 

Dolphin, West Street, m 1734 

White Horse, South Street, 1, 1738 

Dolphin, West Street, 11 175° 

Erased in 1769. 

" No Lodge therefor -zo years*' — 

E7ig. List, i7'59. 



Spread Eagle, Castle Street, Chester, 

Cheshire 1724 

Pied Bull, Northgate Street, Chester 1729 

Spread Eagle, Castle Lane, m 173^ 

Union Arms, Bridges Street, n 174° 

Erased in 1755. 



10 Jan. 1753 



April 1757 



10 July 1810 



1724 



16 

B 



16 

c 



16 

D 



27 



25 



25 



30 



27 



19 



19 



17 



17 



16 



,17 July 1724 

Is said to have been 
certainly in existence 
in 1695. 



1724 



31 



28 



20 



32 



29 



47 



iS94 



Name of Lodge. 



Lodge of Antiquity, 



Places of Meeting. 



Castle and Falcon, Watergate Street, 

Chester, Cheshire 1724 

Crown & Mitre, Northgate Street, Chester 1736 

Erased in 1739. 



Bay-Nag's Head and Star, Dark Gate, 

CarmaPthen, Carmarthenshire 1 724 

Kunch of Grapes, Carmarthen 1733 

Erased 29 November 1754. 



Scot's Arms, Haymarket, London 1753 

White Hart, Shiig Lane, n 1753 

Thirteen Cantons, n 1753 

Dorset Head, Villiers St. , York B'ld'gs, n 1 754 
Star and Garter, St. Martin's Lane, n 1754 
Two Brewers, Mid Holborn, n 1755 

Lajised about 1771. No entry after Dec. 1770. 



East India Arms, High Street, GospOPt, 

Hampshire 1729 
Two Posts, Broad Street, Portsmouth, 

Hampshire 1736 
Vine, Lombard Street, Portsmouth 1738 

Three Tuns, 109 High Street, >, 1752 

E}-asedin error 2j ApritiTj-^' Re-instated itt 1774. 
King's Arms, 94 High Street, Portsmouth 1790 
Three Tuns, 109 m m 1794 

George Inn, 31 ir ti 1799 

Mitre Tavern, Butcher Row, PoPtsea, 

Hampshire 1804 
Erased again 5 September 183S. 



Angel, Moody St., Congleton, Cheshire 1729 

Red Lion, High Street, Congleton 173 

Erased 29 November 1754. 



Rummer, Henrietta Street, Covent 

Garden, London 1725 

Cross Keys, Henrietta Street, n 1727 

Three Tuns, Wood Street, n 1729 

Three Kings, Spitalfields, 1. 1731 

Sash & Cocoa Tree, Upper Moorfields, n 1732 
Erased 14 April 1746. 



Vernon, Bishopsgate St. Without, London 1753 
Three Sugar Loaves, St. John's Street, 

Spitalfields, " I754 

Bull and Butcher, Rag Fair, 1 1754 

Lapsed in 1755. 
" Master of No. 18 declared he, nor the members 
of his Lodge, No. 18, would contribute to Grand 
Fund, nor attend Grand Lodge for the future."— 
(G.L. Min.'j 2 April 1755. 



Seventeenth Regiment of Foot 

A Lodge appears in Ahiman Rezons of 1804, 
1807 and 1813 under this Title as No. 18, without 
any location. After very careful investigation, it 
does not appear to have ever been on the English 
Roil. There are no entries or references to it in 
Grand Lodge Registers. In the Ahiman Rezon of 
1804, under Pennsylvania, the Local No. 18 is 
"British 17th Regiment of Foot." This No. 18 existed 
in America in 1779 and 1786, and was called Unity 
Lodge" in 17th British Regiment. Theie was a 
"Unity Lodge" in the same Regiment warranted 
in 1771 as No. 16B on the Scotch Register, and 
probably the Lodge alluded to in the Ahiman Rezon 
IS the Scotch Lodge, which had taken the local 
Pennsylvania Warrant No. 18. - Vide Proc. G.L. of 
Penfi'a, p. 60. 



Date of Warrant 
or Constitution. 



1724 



1724 



13 Map. 1753 



1724 

Constituted 
27 Feb. 1726. 

Warrant of 
Confirmation, 1823. 



1724 



July 1724 



1729 



33 



34 



1740 



1755 



1770 



1780 



1781 



1792 



1814 



1832 



1863 



30 



17 



35 



31 



21 



20 



18 



18 



17 



28 



26 



36 



37 



32 



33 



4 May 1753 



18 

A 



18 

B 



L 48 J 



1894 



26 



Name of Lodge. 



Castle Lodge, 1770. 

Castle Lodge of 
Harmony, 

1776. 

Freemasons' Hall Medal 

(1781). 

Red Apron Lodge. 



Places of .Meeting. 



^Masters' Lodge,' 
i738-3'3- 



Lodge of Philanthropy, 

1788. 



Blue Posts, Devereux Court, without 

Temple Bar, London 

Swan, Tottenham High Cross, Ware Kd., n 

Three Tuns & Bull's Head, Cheapside, n 

Goat, Eagle Court, Strand, n 

Sun, Hooper's Sq., Goodman's Fields, n 

Three Kings, Minories, 11 

Marshal and Anchor, Minories, n 

Anchor and Hope, Little Minories, n 

Swan and Rummer, Finch Lane, n 

Castle Tavern, Lombard Street, n 

White Lion, Cornhill, n 

George & Dragon, Ironmonger Lane, m 

Crown, Bow Lane, Cheapside, n 

United with " Lodge of Harmony, No. 389 
\_No. 453, of 1'] Oct. 1769], in 1776. 

Horn Tavern, Doctors' C'ommons, m 

Piazza Coffee House, Covent Garden, m 
Thatched House Tavern, St. James's St., n 
Westminster Palace Hotel, Victoria 

Street, Westminster, n 

Willis's Rooms, KingSt., St. James's Sq., n 
Savoy Hotel, Victoria Embankment, n 



1725 
1727 
17.33 
1736 
1739 
1741 

1744 
1744 
174S 
•75' 
1763 
1766 
1768 



1776 
1827 
1847 

1862 
1865 



Date of Warrant 
or Constitution. 



22 Jan. 1725 

Warrant of 
Confirmation, 
I June 1826. 

Centenary Warrant, 
II March 1879. 



Fountain, Monmouth Street, Seven 

Dials, London 1753 

George, Broad St. Giles's, Holborn, n 1754 

" Declared vacant, null and void' for non-payment, 
7 August 1754. 



Swan and Rummer, Finch Lane, London 1726 

Swan, Exchange Alley, Cornhill, 11 1730 

Swan and Rummer, Finch Lane, ' n 1731 

Swan and Rummer, Bartholomew Lane,ii 1739 
United with No. 47 \^No. 53 (7/^1728], in 1743. 

Ship, behind the Royal Exchange, n 1745 
Pope's Head, Pope's Head Alley, 

Cornhill, ci 1751 

Lapsed. 



Queen's Head, High Street, 

Stoekton-Upon-Tees, Durham 1756 

Black Lion, High Street, Stockton-upon-Tees 1773 

Their Hall, Masons' Court, n '796 

Erased 5 September 1838. 



Hampshire Hog, Goswell Street, London 1753 

Lapsed about 1756. 

No. 20 (A) ivas purchased by some jnembers of 
No. 276 (A)yi'?';^5 5^. od., 26 Sept. 1792. 



Freemasons' Tavern, Sir Thomas's 

Buildings, Liverpool, Lancashire 1792 

Private Lodge Room, Liverpool 1794 

Lancaster Tavern, Harrington Street, n 1796 

Crown and Anchor, Pall Mall, n 1797 

Butt Tavern, Sir Thomas's Buildings, n 1799 

Freemasons' Hall, Bold Street, .. 1800 

York Hotel, Williamson Square, n 181 

Neptune Hotel, Clayton Square, m 1820 

Erased 5 June 1822. 

N.B. — No. 31 of 1814, although era.sed, appears on 
the Roll of 1832, with the same number, 31. 



15 May 1753 



2 Feb. 1726 

\i.e. 1725-6] 



2 Dee. 1756 



9 July 1753 



1729 



1740 



'755 



1770 



1780 



38 



34 



22 



21 



19 



[781 



19 



1792 



18 



1814 



29 



1832 



27 



1863 



26 



19 



39 



35 



23 

A 



23 

B 



22 



20 20 



19 



30 



28 



20 

A 



26 Sept. 1792 



20 

B 



31 



31 



49 



1 894 



Name of Lodge. 



Lodge of Cordiality, 

1796. 



27 



28 



Egyptian Lodge, 

Named in 1839. 



King's Arms Lodge, 

Named in 1742. 

Old King's Arms 
Lodge, 

1779. 

RedA^ron Lodge (to 1852). 



Places of Meeting. 



Date of Warrant 
or Constitution. 



Mitre Tavern, Covent Garden, London 1725 

Rummer, Paternoster Row, n 1728 

St. Paul's Head, Ludgate Street, u 1729 

Sun, St. Paul's Churchyard, n 1737 

Sun, Ludgate Street, 11 1748 

Globe, Fleet Street, n 1768 

Talbot, Gray's Inn Lane, n 1795 

Chancery Coffee Hou«e, Southampton 

Buildings, Holborn, n 179^ 

White Hart, Holborn, u 1799 

Swan Tavern, Broadway, Walham Green, n 1800 
Erased 3 March 1830. 



Hand and Apple Tree, Little Queen 

Street, Holborn, London 1725 

King's Arms, Westminster, n 1 728 

Vine, High Holborn, n 1729 

Erased in 1737. 



King Henry's Head [Henry VIH], 
Great St. Andrew's Street, 
Seven Dials, London 172S 

Blank 1730 — 1732. 

Salutation, Billingsgate, n 1733 

Angel and Crown, Whitechapel, n 173^ 

'^ Not attended since 28 June 1738." 
{M.S. on List, 1741.) 

Erased 24 June 1742. 



One Tun, in the Strand, London 1753 

Cheshire Cheese, Savoy Hill [Alley], 

Strand, " '754 

Last entry Dec. 1763. A ttended G. L. June 1767. 
Lapsed about 1768. 



Black Horse, Boswell Court, Carey 

Street, London 1811 

Castle, Portugal Street, Lincoln's 

Inn Fields, 
Crown, Essex Street, Strand, 
Coopers' Arms, Cow Cross, West 

Smithtield, 
George, Brook Street, Holborn, 
Exeter Hall Hotel, Strand, 
Old Ship Tavern, Chichester Rents, 

Chancery Lane, 
George & Blue Boar Tavern, Holborn, 
Anderton's Hotel, Fleet Street, 



1812 
1813 

1820 
1825 
1845 

1850 

1853 
1863 



April 1725 



10 May 1725 



25 May 1725 



10 July 1753 



17 June 1811 



1729 



1740 



40 



36 



I7S5 



24 



1770 



23 



1780 



[781 



21 



21 



1792 



20 



1814 



32 



1832 



1863 



41 



42 



37 



21 

A 



21 

B 



33 



29 



27 



Freemasons' Coffee House, New Belton 

Street, near Long Acre, London 1725 

Rose, at Marylebone [Mary-le-Bone], n 1728 

Cross Keys, Henrietta St. Covent Gardemi 1731 

King's Arms, Strand, " 1733 

United with No. 95 [No. 107 ^/ 12 Dec. 
1732], 24 /km 1742. 

Cannon, Charing Cross, " 1742 

Bear & Rummer, Gerrard Street, Soho, n 174° 
Pon's Coffee House, Castle Street, 

Leicester Fields, " 175^ 

Cross Keys, Henrietta St. Covent Gardenn 1765 
Pon's Coffee House, Castle Street, 

Leicester Fields, " I773 

Freemasons' Tavern, Great Queen Street, n 1777 

Surrey Tavern, Surrey Street, Strand, 11 1789 

Freemasons' Tavern, Great Queen Street, 11 179° 

Freemasons' Hall, n " 1865 



25 May 1725 

Warrant of 

Conlirmation, 

21 March 1822. 

Centenary Warrant, 

3 June 1S68. 



43 



38 



25 



24 



22 



22 



21 



34 



30 



28 



so 



1894 



Name of Lodge. 



29 



St. Alban's Lodge 

Named in 1771. 

Freemasons^ Hall Medal 

(1781). 

Red Apron Lodge. 



The First Lodge warrant- 
ed or constituted in Foreign 
parts by the Grand Lodge 
of England. 



Places of Meeting. 



Date of Warrant 
or Constitution. 



Golden Lion, Dean Street, Soho, London 1725 

Swan, Grafton Street, Soho, ir 1728 

Swan, Long Acre, " 173° 

Mitre, King Street, Westminster, n 174° 

Erased 4 April 1744. 



Magpie, without Bishopsgate, London 1727 

White Hart, without Bishopsgate, n 1730 

Erased in 1737. 



Mount's Coffee House, Grosvenor St., 

near Hanover Square, London 1727 

Erased 22 December 1748. 



Three Crowns, Stoke Newington, London 1728 
White Lion, Aldersgate Street, n 1735 

SaUitation, Newgate Street, m 173 

Globe, Fleet Street, n 1738 

Erased g April 1743. 



King's Head, Chapel Street, SalfOPd, 

Lancashire 1727 

Erased 29 November 1754. 



King's Head, Little Suffolk Street, London 1753 
Bull's Head, St. Martin's Lane, m 1754 

Removal of No. 22 confirmed by G. Com. 
4 Sept. and 4 Dec. 1771, but places of meeting 
not mentioned. 

Lapsed about 1775. 



See page 48. 



Castle & Leg Tavern, Holborn, LondOn 1728 

Bunch of Grapes, Urury Lane, n 1736 

Low's Coffee House, Panton Street, 

Hayraarket, 11 1737 

Fisher's Coffee House, New Burlington 

Gardens, m 1738 

Leicester Coffee Ho. , Leicester Fields, m 1739 

St. Alban's Tavern, St. Alban's Street, h 1741 

Prince of Orange, Jermyn St., Piccadilly,ii 1772 

Thatched House Tavern, St. James's St. m 1773 

Baxter's Tavern, Dover St., "Piccadilly, « 1787 

Thomas's Tavern, ir n m J 792 

Thatched House Tavern, St. James's St. n 1S08 

Freemasons' Tavern, Great Queen Street, m 1810 

London Coffee House, Ludgate Hill, ir 1854 

The Albion Tavern, Aldersgate Street, n 1867 



French Arms [Three Fleur de Luces], St. 

Bernard's Street, "^sAvV^, Spain 1728 

Founded by the Duke of Wharton in his own 
apartments in Madrid, 1728. 
Erased^'] March 1768. 
Now " Matriteuse Lodge^" No. i, on Reg. of 
Grand National Orient of Spain. 



Green Lettice, Brownlow Street, 

Holborn, London 172S 

Lapsed in ttz^. 



See page 52. 



1729 1740 



1755 



1770 



1780 



1781 



1792 



1814 



1832 



1863 



Sept. 1725 



19 Jan. 1726 



12 Jan. 1727 



9 Aug. 1727 



1727 



12 July 1753 



26 Sept. 1792 



31 Jan. 1728 

[31 Jan. 1727/8. 
Const. 1738] 

Warrant of 

Confirmation, 

II January, 1827. 

Centenary Warrant 
{Special Jevjel). 

[Said to bear same 
date, but there is 
no evidence of its 
existence]. 



44 



39 



45 



46 



47 



41 



40 



48 



42 



22 



49 



43 



26 



25 



23 



23 



22 



35 



31 



32 



29 



15 Feb. 1728 

Applied for Warrant 

17 April 1728. 

Warrant granted 

ig March T729. 



15 April 1728 
Nov. 1728 



50 



44 



27 



51 

A 



51 

B 



•[ SI J 



1894 



Name of Lodge. 



30 United Mariners 
Lodge, 

Named in 1794. 



Places of Meeting. 



Queen Elizabeth's Head, Pitfield 

Street, Hoxton, London 1729 

RedLion& Hall, Red Lion St., Holboni,ip 1733 

Star and Garter, St. Martin's Lane, n 1738 

Earl Cardigan [Cardigan's Head], 

Charing Cross, n 1739 

Globe, in tlie Strand, u 1742 

Krased 9 April 1743. 



Wool Pack, Marlcet Place, Warwick, 

Wanvickshire 172S 
JLrased 29 November 1754. 



Bishopsgate Coffee House, Bishopsgate 

i^treet, London 1728 

Admitted to G. L. 28 Nov. 1728, 
Working previously but not constituted. 
G.L. Mill. 

Hoop and Griffin, Leadenhall Street, 
Rose, Cheapside, 



1731 
1739 



United 7vith No, 35 iNo, 39 ofi Feb. 1725], in 1743. 
Surrendered W'arrant 8 February 1743. 



Rose&Crown, Greek Street, Soho, London 1728 
Horse and Dolphin, Maxfield Street, 

near St. Ann's, m 1737 

Prince of Wales's Head, King St., Soho .1 1737 

Royal Oak, Great Earl St., Seven Dials, m 1738 
Erased 21 November 1745. 



White Lion, Hemming's Row, St. 

Martin's Lane, London 1753 

The George, Piccadilly, " 1754 

Prince of Waleb's Head, Castle Street, 

Long Acre, " '754 

Feathers, Angel Court, Storey's Gate, 

Westminster, " 1768 

Removal of No. 23 confirmed by Grand Com. 
4 Sept. 1771, place not mentioned. Probably 
another removal in 1773 on account of the " land- 
lord of the house they met in having sold the 
warrant to another house, he wanting the money 
due to him." — i.Steiuard's Min.) 

Lapsed about 1776-77. 



Rosemary Branch, Rosemary Lane, London 1777 

Halifax Anns, Mile End, New 'I'own, 11 17 

Ship& Whale, WappingWall, Wappingn 1787 

King's Arms, Gi'een Bank, Wapping, m 1788 
Bricklayers' Arms, Dock Head, 

Bermondsey, " 1807 

Horse-lay-down, Fair Street, Tooley St., n 1810 

White Lion, Elephant Stairs, Rolherhithe n 1812 

Red Lion, " " 181S 

WhiteLion, ElephantStairs, n n 1819 

The Hope, Bethnal Green Road, n 1823 

fJial, Long Alley, Moorfields, n 1827 

Coopers' Arms, Crown Street, Finsbury,ri 1834 

Chequers, Providence Row, ir ti 1S36 

White Hart Tavern, Bishopsg;ate Street, „ 1856 

Three Tuns Tavern, HighSt. Southwark, 1. 1858 

International Hotel, London Bridge, m n 1865 

George Hotel, Aldermaubury, 11 1867 

Guildhall Tavern, Gresham Street, t. 1871 



Date of Warrant 
or Constitution. 



15 April 1728 



22 April 1728 



1728 



1728 



10 Oct. 1753 



1729 



57 



1740 



45 



1755 



1770 



1780 



[781 



1792 



1814 



1832 



1863 



52 



53 



46 



47 



54 



48 



23 

A 



23 June 1777 

Centenary Warrant 
{Special Jewel)-, 
20 October 1863. 



23 

B 



36 



33 



30 



52 



1 894 



Name of Lodge. 



Richmond Lodge, 1734- 



Lodge of Attention, 1781 



31 



Places of Meeting. 



United Industrious 
Lodge, 

Named in 181 9. 



Gibraltar Lodge. 
St. John's Lodge, 176 

Mother Lodge of St. John 

1785- 



Date of Warrant 
or Constitution. 



Red Lion, Red Lion St. Richmond, London 1728 

Diilie of Loi rain, Siiffollt Street, n 173 

Rnmmer, Henrietta St., Covent Garden, n 1734 

Fountain, Fleet Street, " 173^ 

Old Man's Coffee House, Charing Cross n 1738 

Golden Sugar Loaf, Great Queen Street m 1741 

Rising Sun, Suffolk Street, n 1746 

Baptist's Head, Old Bailey, " 1753 

Red Cow, West Smithfield, n 1756 

The Crown, Little Cranbourne Alley, n 1764 
Nott's Coffee House, Butcher Row, 

Temple Bar, " 1779 

Freemasons' Tavern, Great Queen Street, n 178 
Erased 12 April 1797. 



Crown & Anchor, Short's Gardens, 

Drury Lane, London I728| 

Crown & Anchor, KingSt., Seven Dials, n 1737 

Count Munich, Queen Street, Golden Sq. n 1 743 

Czar of Muscovy's Head, Tower Street, n 1747 
Half Moon & Seven Stars, Park Street, 

Grosvenor Square, 11 '74^ 

George and Dragon, Piccadilly, ir 1753 

Masons' Arms, Abington Buildings, Old 

Palace Yard, Westminster, n 1754 

Golden Horse Shoe, Cannon Street in 

the Mint, Southwark, m 1755 

Wool Pack, Lombard Street in the 

Mint, Southwark, m 175^ 

Queen's Head, RedCrossSt., Southwark,,, 1759 
Red Cross Inn, Borough High Street, 

Southwark, " 1 761 

White Swan, Elephant Stairs, Rotherhilhe,, 1766 

Erased 28 April 1775. 



See page 51- 



Edinburgh Castle, Marsh Street, 

Bristol, Glouccstct shire 1753 
Last payment Dec. 1763. Lapsed about I'jds- 
In Ahiman Rezon. 1804, No. 24 (A) is stated 
to be at the "Bull Inn, Bristol," but the Lodge 
had then ceased to meet for nearly 40 years. 



Marquis of Granby, Lamb I^ane, 

Canterbury, Kent 1806 

Eight Bells, King Street, Canterbury 1806 

Guildhall Tavern, High Street, „ 18 

Eight Bells, King Street, ,, 1810 

White Lion Inn, St. George's Street, n 18 

Griffin Inn, St. Peter's Street, ,, l8n 

Ordnance Arms Inn \^Hnkno%un\ i, 1812 

Saracen's Head, Burgate Street, „ 1813 

United wit/i " Industrious Lodge, 
" No. 416, (Moderns) {No. 498, 0/ 28 
A^ovember 1776], 8 April 1819. 

King's Head Inn, High Street, „ 1834 

Guildhall Tavern, „ 1, iS 

Mermaid Inn, St. Margaret Street, „ 1852 

Freemasons' Tavern, „ ,r 1856 

Guildhall Concert Room, High Street, „ i86b 

Masonic Rooms, 38 St. Peter's Street, ,, iS 

Masonic Temple, 38 St. Peter's Street, „ iS 



The Rock, Gibraltar, (Malaga), Spain 1728 

Lodge at Gibraltar is referred to in G. L. Min. 
10 May 1727. Deputation to constitute 9 March 
1728/9. 

Last payment 1800. 
Lapsed before tJie Union 1813. 



'729 



1740 



'755 



1770 



1780 



1781 



1728 55 49 



1728 



56 



15 April 1728 



17 Oet. 1753 



28 



26 



24 



24 



1792 



23 



1814 



1832 



1S63 



50 29 



27 



57 



24 Mar. 1806 

Centenary Warrant, 
i6 Dec. 1878. 



Nov. 1728 

9 March, 1729 

Warrants of Confir- 
mation, 12 Mar. 1785, 
and 22 Nov. 1786. 



24 

A 



24 

B 



37 



34 



31 



61 

B 



51 



30 



28 



25 



25 



24 



[ S3 ] 



i894 



Name of Lodge. 



32 



Places of Meeting. 



Crown, Corn Market, OxfOFd, Oxfordshire 1729 8 Aug. 1729 
Erased in 1736. 



Three Tuns, Globe Street, ScaPbOPOUgh, 

Yorkshire 1729 27 Aug. 1729 
Vipont's Long Room, Sandside, Scarborough 1738 
Three Tuns, Globe Street, n 1740 

ILrased 29 November 1754. 



Ancient and Amicable 
Lodge. 

St. George's Lodge 
of Harmony, 

1 814. 



Date of Warrant 
or Constitution. 



1729 



1740 



1755 



1770 



1780 



1781 



1792 



1814 



1832 



1863 



58 



59 



52 



Duke's Head, Tuesday Market Place, 

Lynn Regis, Norfolk 1729 

White Lion, Grass Market, [now Norfolk 

Street], Lynn Regis 1735 

Called " Red Lion " in 1759. 
Erased i February 1786. 



Three Tuns, Billingsgate, London 1729 

St. George & Dragon, St. Mary Axe, n 1737 

Erased 21 November 1745. 
Restored i, Sept. 1751. 

St. George & Dragon, St. Mary Axe, n 1751 

Omitted from List by request's Februaryi-a^ 
{Coftst. 1784), but was retained in Engraved 
Lists to 1762. — {ist Edition.) 



Unicorn, West Street, Lafford's Gate, 

Bristol, Gloucestershire 1753 
Three Indian Kings, Small Street, Bristol 1754 
Declared vacant 5 December 1759. 



Crown and Thistle, South Side, 

Old Dock, Liverpool, Lancashire Ijb^ 
Lapsed previous to 1782. 
" No. 4S Liverpool to revive No. 25, -mhichhas 
been dormant some time. G.L. Min. 4 Sept. 1782. 



Angel, King Street, Liverpool, Lancashire 1786 

Formed by Members of No. 45 (A). 
Bro. Hannah's, Tarleton Street, Liverpool 1794 
George Tavern, Upper Pitt Street, 1. 1806 

St. George's Hotel, Everton, Lancashire 1815 
StarandGarter Tavern, ParadiseStreet, 

Liverpool 1818 
Adelphi Hotel, Ranelagh Place, n 1826 



King's Arms, Cateaton Street, London 1729 

Fountain, Snow Hill, " 1730 

Horn Tavern, Fleet Street, n I75i 

Erased 27 July 1762. 



See page 55. 



1 Oct. 1729 



22 Jan. 1729 



70 



53 31 



29 



26 



26 



60 



54 



32 



17 Oct, 1753 



25 

A 



27 Dee. 1764 



25 

B 



30 May 1786 

Warrant of 
Confirmation, 
II Feb. 1836. 

Centenary Warrant 
30 May 1886. 



24 Jan. 1729 



16 Jan. 1730 



25 

c 



38 



35 



32 



61 



55 



33 



62 



[ 54 ] 



Name of Lodge. 



Castle Lodge, 1786. 



Corner Stone Lodge, 



Places of Meeting. 



Bricklayers' Arms, Barbican, London 
The Rose, Cheapside, u 

Boar's Head, West Smithfield, n 

Globe and Sceptres, Old Jewry, 11 

Swan, Holywell Street, Shoreditch, n 

Pewter Platter, White Lion Yard, Norton 

Folgate, II 

King of Prussia, Anchor Street, Bethnal 

Green, 11 

Castle, Quaker Street, Spitalfields, u 

White Horse, Wheeler Street, n it 

Castle, Quaker Street, n m 

Crown, Holywell Lane, Shoreditch, 11 
Erased T^ Nov. 1783. Restored 11 Feb, 1784. 
Eight Bells, Red Lion "Street, Spitalfields, m 
White Swan,ManselSt. Goodman's fields ii 
Ship Tavern, Water Lane, Tower Street, i. 
Angel, John Street, Minories, 11 

United with " British Social Lodge, No. 
•z-zi {No. 332, o/'zg January 1765I, in 1821. 

Hercules' Tavern, Threadneedle Street, 1 
Queen's Arms Tavern, Cheapside, 1 

George and Vulture Tavern, Cornhill, 1 
King's Head Tavern, Poultry, 1 

Radley's Hotel, Bridge Street, Blackfriarsi 
Erased 7 Jttne 1854. 



Date of Warrant 
or Constitution. 



1730 
1732 
1738 
1739 
1746 

1751 

1767 
1769 
1772 

1774 
1779 

1784 
1786 
1813 
1821 



1821 
1823 
1836 
1S50 
185 



26 Jan. 1730 

Warrant of 
Confirmation, 
8 April 1812. 

Warrant of 

Confirmation and 

Consolidation, 

22 May 1822. 



Rosemary Branch, Rosemary Lane, London 1753 

Declared*^ vacant, null and void," for non-payment, 
7 August 1754. 



Nag's Head, North Street, TauntOn, 

Somersetshire 1771 
Lapsed long before the Union. 

Is however in Ahiman Rezon of 1804, 1807, and 
1813, but no payments are recordedin the Registers. 



London 1730 



Bear and Harrow, Butcher Row, 

Temple Bar, 
Bacchus & Grapes, Gravel Street, 

ITatton Garden, n 1736 

ilasons' Arms, Maddox St., Hanover Sq. n 1739 

Erased 9 April t-j^^. Reinstated 1744. 

Peacock, King Street, St. James's Square h 1748 

Albemarle, Dover Street, Piccadilly, u 1761 

Lord Arron's Anns, New Bond Street, n 1769 

Sun Tavern, Great Pultcney St. Golden Sq.M 1782 

Black Horse, Dean Street, Soho, n 1783 

Thatched House Tavern, St. James's St. m 17S9 

Freemasons' Tavern, Great Queen Street, n 1810 

Piazza Coffee Llouse, Covent Garden, n 1818 

United with ^^ St. George's Lodge," No. 5 [No. 3, 
A^icients, of 2 Augttst 1756J, 6 December 1%^,-^. 



Prince William, Charing Cross, London 1730 
Rose Tavern, without Temple Bar, n 1732 

Erased in 1736. 



St. Rook's Hill [Roche Hill], about five 

miles N. of ChicliesteP, Sussex 1 730 

" Meet only once a year — Tiie^.dayin F..^s[er Week. 
Constituted in the Reign of Julius Caesar." Eng, List. 

Erased (as No. 57) 29 Noiwmber 1754, but was 
continued in Lists to 1756. ^^Constitution vacated,'^ 
List 1757. 



Red Lion, High Street, Canterbury, A'ot^ 1730 

Erased iq November 1754. 



1729 



8 Nov. 1753 



Circa 1771 



71 



1740 



65 



1755 



39 



1770' 



30 



1780 



27 



1781 



27 



1792 



25 



1814 



39 



1832 



36 



1863 



26 

A 



26 

B 



26 Feb. 1730 63 

or 

25 Mar. 1730 

The latter Date 
appears in Lists 
from 1740 only. 

Warrant of 
Confirmation, 
25 April 1823. 



6 Mar. 1730 



1730 

No Date in List.s. 



3 April 1730 



56 



34 



31 



28 



28 



26 



40 



37 



64 



65 



57 



35 



66 



58 



[ ss ] 



1894 



33 



Name of Lodge. 



* Masters^ Lodge,' 
1736-39- 



' Masters Lodge,' 
1753-75- 



Prince Edwin's Lodge. 

Gateshead Union Lodge, 

1817. 



Britannie Lodge 

Named in 1 774. 

Freemasons Hall Medal 
(-1783). 



No place of meeting in 
Lists for 1827-1831. 

Resumed work 10 April 
1855, after being dormant 
about four years. 



Places of Meeting. 



Dick's Coffee House, Gravel Street, 

Hatton Garden, London 1730 

Castle, St. Giles's, n 1733 

Blank 1737. 

Castle, St. Giles's, n 1738 

Erased 9 April T743. 



Golden Spikes, Bridges Street, 

Hampstead, London 1730 

Vine, Long Acre, m 1733 

" Not attended since 12 Dec. 1739 " Eng. List, 1741. 
Erased 24 June 1742. 



King Henry VHIth's Head, 

Fleet Street, LondOn 1730 

Sarazons [Saracens], near Seven Dials, n 1733 
Bacchus, Bloomsbury Market, n 1733 

Shakespear's Head, London Spa, 

Clerkenwell, n 1746 

Red Cross, Barbican, w 1748 

(Called Red Lion, Barbican, in Const. 1756). 
Erased 28 April 1775. 



See page 53. 



Prince of Wales's Head, Capel 

Street, Rosemary Lane, London 1753 

Prince of Wales's Head, Rag Fair, n 1755 

Warrant delivered up, 2 March 1774. 



[Place unknown'\ . GatOShoad, Durham 1813 
Black Bull Inn, High Street, Gateshead 1817 

United -with " Lodge of Union," No. 376 [A'i?. 456 
{^Moderns), of 16 October 1773], 24 November 1817, 
but not noted in G.L, Register. 

Erased 5 DeceTnber 1827. 



Rainbow Coffee House, York 

Buildings, London 

Gun, Suffolk Street, 1. 

Gun, Charing Cross, n 

Bowling Green, Putney, n 

Castle, II M 

White Lion, High Street, Putney, n 

Erasedz-^ April -iqTi, but reinstated 
soon afterwards. 

Thatched House Tavern, St. James's St. 
Star and Garter, Pall Mall, 
Thatched House Tavern, St. James's St, 
Willis's Rooms, King St. , St. James's Sq- 
Freemasons' Tavern, Great Queen Street, 
Freemasons' Hall, 11 



1730 
1739 
1741 
1746 

1758 
1765 



1774 
1783 
1802 
1859 
1862 
1865 



Saracen's Head, High Street, Lincoln, 

Lincolnshire 1730 

Erased 17 Nov. 1760, but kept in Lists until 
1st Edition, 1762. 



The George [St. George and Dragon], 

Northampton, Northamptonshire 1 730 
Erased 29 November 1754. 



See page 54. 



Date of Warrant 
or Constitution 



16 April 1730 



28 April 1730 



22 May 1730 



1 Oct. 1729 



9 Nov. 1753 



2 April 1813 



17 July 1730 

Warrant of 

Confirmation, 

7 January 1840. 

Centenary Warrant, 
21 January 1870. 



1729 



67 



68 



69 



70 



75 



7 Sept. 1730 73 



16 Jan. 1730 



1730 



[740 



1755 



1770 



1780 



1781 



1792 



1814 



1832 



1863 



59 



60 



61 



36 



32 



27 

A 



27 

B 



41 



62 



37 



33 



.29 



29 



27 



42 



38 



33 



63 



38 



62 64 



71 



65 



39 






[ 56 ] 



i894 



Name of Lodge. 



Places of Meeting. 



University Lodge. 

The First Lodge to adopt a 
distinctive Title. 



Harmony Lodge. 



' Masters Lodge^^ 
1736-39. 



Well Disposed Lodge, 

1779. 

Alpha Lodge, 1814. 



Union Lodge, 

Named in 1814. 



Date of Warrant 
or Constitution. 



East India Arms, Fovt William, 

Calcutta, Bengal, India 1 730 

" Copy Deputation sent to Fort William in Bengal to 
constitute a Lodge, dated 6 Feb. 1728/9." G. L.Min. 
Erased in 1756. 



See page 55. 



Bear and Harrow, Butcher Row, 

Temple Bar, London 1730 

Erased in 1736, 



See page 55. 

Royal Oak, Charing Cross, London 1753 

Lapsed in 1755. 



Coast of Halifax, Nova Seotia, w. America 

Is in Ahiman Rezon of 1807 at tiiis Number, but 
is not found on English Register. Probably refers 
to No. 28 on Provincial Register of Nova Scotia. 



Gibraltar, (Malaga), Spain 

Is in Ahiman Rezon of 1813 at this Number, but 
does not appear in the Minutes or Registers. May 
refer to a Lodge at Gibraltar in 28th Regiment. 



White Bear, King Street, Golden 

Square, London 173° 

Queen's Head, Old Bailey, n 1735 

The Rose, Fleet Lane, n h 174 

Fountain, I.udgate Hill, n 1747 

Fox, Castle Street, Park, Southwark, n 1755 

Old Magpie, Bishopsgate Street, m 1763 

The Cock, Waltham Abbe.y, Essex 1779 

Kensington Palace, Kensington, London 1814 

Freemasons' Tavern, Great Queen Street, n 1818 

United ■with " United Lodge of Ionic &' 
Prudence" No. 16 \_No. q of May 1722], in [823. 



1730 

7 Sept. 1730 

14 Dee. 1730 

17 July 1730 

15 Nov. 1753 

No Date 
No Date 



1729 



1740 



1755 



1770 



1780 



1781 



1792 



1014 



1832 



See page 58. 



Fountain, Bury St. Edmunds 

[St. Edmondsbury], Suffolk 173: 
Erased in 1739. 



George, Piccadilly, 

Last entry Dec. 1753. 



London 1753 

Lapsed in 1755. 



Castle Inn, Sandown, Deal, Kent 1812 

Crown Inn, Beach Street, n 1820 

Royal Oak Inn, m 1823 

Crown Inn, Beech Street, n 1830 

Erased 5 September 1838. 



The Castle, HighStreet,Highgate, London 173' 

Incorporated milh Lodge held at the Swan in 
Hampstead [No. 4, of 17 January 1721] in 1733- 

A Lodge, numbered 79, appears in the Pocket 
Companion, Dublin, 1735, at "The Hoop, in 
Water Street, in Philadelphia." There is no 
evidence of the existence of such a Lodge on the 
English Registers. 



72 



73 



74 



75 



66 



40 



1730 



28 

A 



28 

B 



28 





76 



67 



41 



34 



30 



30 



28 



43 



11 Jan. 1731 



1731 



15 Nov. 1753 



4 Jan. 1812 



77 



78 



29 

A 



29 

B 



44 



39 



27 June 1731 



79 

A 



[ 57 ] 



i894. 



Name of Lodge. 



Windmill Lodge, 1767. 

Ship Lodge, 1772. 

Lodge of Fortitude, 1784. 



Lodge of Fortitude. 



Places of Meeting. 



Two Angels and Crown, Little St. 

Martin's Lane, London 

Cameron's Coffee House, Bury Street, 

St. James's, n 

Griffin, Snow Hill, „ 

Bull's Head, Whitechapel Bar, n 

Swan, Fish Street Hill, ,1 

Mitre, Mitre Street, Aldgate, „ 

Sun, Fish Street Hill, ., 

Windmill, Rosemary Lane, n 

Ship and Compass, East Smithfield, n 

Hamburg Arms, n ,1 

Crown and Thistle, n n 

Lapsed. Last entry 8 Feh. i8oS. 



1735 

1739 
1740 

174' 
1748 
1751 
1753 
1754 
1772 
1782 
1795 



Star, Burnham, Essex 1809 

Erased in 1830. 



Angel, Barn Street [now Derby Street], 

Maeelesfleld, Cheshire 1 73 1 

Erased in 1769. 



Crown, PrujeanCourt, Old Bailey, London 1731 
Three Tuns, Newgate Street, n 1731 

Salutation, m ir 1741 

Erased 22 Decetnber 1748. 



Golden Fleece, Churchgate Street, BUFy 
St. Edmunds [St. Edmondsbury], .Sm^o/zJ 1731 
Erased 29 November 1754. 



See page 58. 



Daniel's Coffee House, Lombard Street, 

London 1731 
1733 
1734 
1736 
1741 

«743 

175 

1752 

1753 
1755 



Freeman's Coffee House, Cheapside, 

Sun, behind the Royal Exchange, 

Old Antwerp Tavern, m 

Old Star, Coleman Street, 

Ship, behind the Royal Exchange, 

Cross Keys, in Cornhill, 

King's Head Tavern, Fenchurch Street, 

Paul's Head Tavern, Cateaton Street, 

Half Moon, Cheapside, 

Erased in 1761. 



King's Arms, Russell Street, 

Covent Garden, London 1732 

The Fountain, Borough of South wark, ti 1 736 

Erased in 1738. 



Goat, Paved Alley, St. James's Market, 

London 1754 

Scot's Arms, Haymarket, n 1755 

Lapsed about 1760. 



Island of St. EustatiUS, West Indies 1813 

Is only mentioned in Ahiman Rezon 0/1813. 
' Very doubtful if it ever existed^ there being no 
Entry in Minutes or Registers. 



Date of Warrant 
or Constitution. 



1735 

Warrant of 
ConiirmaLion, 
25 March 1809. 



10 April 1809 



1731 



21 Oct. 1731 



1 Nov. 1731 



17 Dee. 1731 



23 Dee. 1731 



24 Jan. 1732 



7 Jan. 1754 



No Date 



1729 



79 

B 



1740 



68 



1755 



42 



1770 



35 



1780 



31 



1781 



31 



1792 



29 

A 



1814 



1832 



1863 



29 

B 



45 



80 



82 



69 



70 



43 



81 



83 



84 



71 



72 



73 



44 



45 



85 



30 

A 



30 

B 



[ 58 ] 



1 894 



Name of Lodge. 



Lodge of Economy, 1774 
Sociable Lodge, 11777. 



Places of Meeting. 



Date of Warrant 
or Constitution. 



Jerusalem Lodge, 1769. 



A " Masters^ Lodge^ 
1739- 



Black Lion, Jockey Fields, Gray's Inn, 

London 173 

Apple Tree, Leather Lane, Holborn, n 174: 

Cherry Tree, n 11 n 1747 

Salutation and Cat, Newgate Street, n 175' 

Horn Tavern, Doctors' Commons, 11 177^ 

Queen's Arms Tavernj Newgate Street, n 1775 

Blue Anclior, George St., Foster Lane, n 177^ 

Horn Tavern, Doctors' Commons, 11 1782 

Antwerp Tavern, Threadneedle Street, 11 1 800 

Stock Exchange Coffee House, n 11 li 

Queen's Arms Tavern, Cheapside, u 1814 

Antwerp Tavern, Threadneedle Street, n 1816 
Erased in 1832. 



King's Arms, St. Margaret's Hill, 

Southwark, London 1732 

, Erased s May 17S7' 
Restored 31 October\qsi' 

King's Arrhs, St. Margaret's Hill, 

Southwark, n 1757 

King's Head, Borough High St., , I n 1768 

Erased again 12 April 1780. 



Three Tuns, West Smithfield, London 1731 
St. John Jerusalem, St. John's Street, 

Clerkenwell, n 1759 
NewJerusalemTav. Rosamond Rovjr 11 n 1771 
Erased 12 ApHl 17S0. 



New King's Arms, Market Place, Leigh, 

Lancashire 1732 
Erased in 1768. ' 



Bell and Raven, Rotten Row, 

Wolverhampton, Staffordshire 1732 
Erased 29 Novefnber 1754. 



King's Head in the Butcher Row, 

Paris (Seine, Isle de France), France 1732 
Au Louis D'Argent, dans la Rue de 

Boucherie, a Paris, 1734 

A I'Hotel de Bussy, Rue de Bussy, a Paris 1736 
A la Ville de Tonnerre, Rue des Boucheries, 

a Paris, 1738 

Erased 2^ Janttary 1768. 
{Probably joined the G. L. of France in 1738], 



Black Boy and Sugar Loaf, Stanhope 

Street, Clare Market, London 1732 

Rummer and Horse Shoe, Drury Lane, n 1733 

Dog, at Richmond, n 1739 

King's Head, St. Paul's Churchyard, u 1740 

Erased 21 Novetnber 1745. 



11 Jan. 1731 



Sun, Fleet Street, 
Feathers, Chandois Street, 
Three Tuns, Grosvenor Street, 
Erased 9 April 1743. 



See page 61. 



London 1732 

" 1739 
,1 1740 



1729 



77 



2 Feb. 1732 



1740 



1755 



1770 



1780 



1781 



1792 



1814 



1832 



1863 



74 



46 



36 



32 



32 



30 



46 



86 



17 Dee. 1731 



22 Feb. 1732 



28 Mar. 1732 



3 April 1732 90 



83 



75 



47 



37 



72 



44 



38 



87 



88 



11 April 1732 



12 April 1732 



25 May 1732 



76 



77 



78 



48 



49 



89 



79 



91 



92 



80 



81 



[ 59 ] 



1 894 



Name of Lodge. 



Places of Meeting. 



Union French Lodge, 

I739- 



See page 6i. 



Oxford Arms, Ludgate Street, London 1732 

Sun, Ludgate Street, fi 1740 

Erased 22 December 1748. 



See page 61. 



White Horse, Tavern Street, Ipswieh, 

Suffolk 1732 
Erased in 1754, 



Date of Warrant 
or Constitution. 



See page 63. 



Prince Eugene's Coffee House, 

St. Alban's Street, London 1732 

Dul<e of Lorraine, Suffolk Street, m 1733 

King's Arms, Piccadilly, n 173^ 
Union Coffee House, Upper End of 

Haymarket, u 1739 

Hoop and Grapes, Greek Street, Soho, n 1741 

Cardigan, Charing Cross, n 1742 

Greyhound, Strand, 11 1743 

Meuse Coffee House, n 1745 

Lebeck's Head, Strand, n 1745 
** Constiiuiion surrendered up " 1753. 



Rummer, Charing Cross, London 1732 

Leg, Fleet Street, n 1733 

Hoop and (irifiin, Leadenhall Street, n 1737 

Erased 14 April i7t^6. 



George and Dragon, Butcher Row, 

Temple Bar, London 1732 

Erased in 1736. 



Crown, Upper Moorfields, LondOn 173^ 

Rummer, Old Fish Street Hill, ., 1740 

Angel and Crown, St. Agnes-le-Clare, 

Hoxton, ■' 1743 

Erased 30 November 1752. 



Royal Vineyard, St. James' Park, London 1732 
Erased 30 November 1752. 



Prince of Wales's Head, Butcher Row, 

Tower Hill, London 1754 

42 Masons made and not returned between 

1768 and 1774. 
Cancelled by Stewards' Lodge, i6 Nov. 1774. 



21 June 1732 



29 June 1732 



12 July 1732 



1732 



11 July 1732 



17 Aug. 1732 



1729 



18 Aug. 1732 



19 Aug. 1732 



93 



94 



95 



96 



97 



98 



1740 



1755 



1770 



1780 



1781 



1792 



1814 



1832 



1863 



82 



83 



84 



85 



86 



87 



29 Aug. 1732 101 



99 



100 



88 



5 Sept. 1732 



9 Jan. 1754 



89 



102 



90 



31 

A 



6o 



1894 



34 



Name of Lodge. 



Mount Moriah Lodge 

Named in 1817. 



35 



Medina Lodge 

Named in 1779. 



Places of Meeting. 



London 1775 



Sliip and Anchor, Gun Dock, 
Wapping, 

[No. 31 (A) was renewed to some Members of the 
former Lodge on payment of £i is. od. to the 
Charity]. 

[Warrant given up 3 June 1778, but on 6 March 
1783 the minute of June 1778 was cancelled and 
W<irrant revived on payment of arrears, ;^3 19s. od]. 

Windmill, Rosemary Lane, London 

Near the Custom House, Thames Street, n 
Three Compasses, White's Yard, 

Rosemary Lane, n 

Jacob's Well, Nightingale Lane, Wapping n 
King's Arms, Nightingale Lane, n n 
King'sArms, BurrStreet,nearthe Tower, n 
Inverness Arms, Wapping, m 

Two Sawyers, IVfinories, n 

Black Horse, Tower Hill, u 

George Tavern, St. Mary Axe, n 

Two Sawyers, Minories, n 

Weavers' Arms, Mile End Road, n 

George and Vulture Tavern, Cornhill, n 
Spread Eagle, Limehouse Causeway, 

Limehouse, n 

Bridge House Hotel, London Bridge, 

Southwark, n 

Freemasons' Tavern, Great Queen Street, n 
Freemasons' Hall, n n 



Date of Warrant 
or Constitution. 



25 Map. 1775 

" Revived " 
19 March 1783. 

Centenary Warrant, 
24 March 1883- 



1789 
1793 

1795 
1798 
1799 
1803 
1806 
1818 
1819 
1823 
1827 
1830 

1834 

1837 
1840 
1865 



Theatre Tavern, Goodman's Fields, London 1733 

Golden Fleece, n n 1739 

Bowling Green, it n 1741 

Angel and Crown, Whitechapel, n 1741 
City of Norwich, Wentworth Street, 

Spitalflelds, n 1751 

Queenhithe Coffee House, Queenhithe, n 1759 

Lapsed about 1761. 



West CoweS, Tsle of Wight, Hampshire 
Vine Tavern, High Street, West Cowes 
Erased 23 April 1773. Reinstated in 1779. 
Vine Tavern, High Street, West Cowes 

Fountain Inn, n ,, 

Bolton Yacht, n n 

Vine Inn, n n 

Duke of York Inn, Newport Road, n 
Town Hall, Market Hill, 
Star Inn, Castle Street, East CoweS 

Private Room, West COWeS 

Masonic Hall, Union Road, n 

Grapes Inn, Sun Hill, n 

Masonic Hall, 85 High Street, n 



1761 
1768 



1779 
1814 
1828 
1830 
1836 
1839 

1843 
1847 
1854 
1857 



Old King's Arms, Tower Street, 

Seven Dials, London 

Rose and Three Tuns, Little Earl 

Street, Seven Dials, „ 

Old Cheshire Cheese, Chelsea, n 

Queen's Head, n n 

White Swan, n n 

Erased 23 April x'jTi. 



1733 

1 741 
1750 

1753 
1759 



1729 



1740 



1755 



1770 



1780 



1781 



1792 



31 

B 



1814 



47 



1832 



40 



1863 



34 



17 Feb. 1733 



1761 

Warrant of 
Confirmation, 
24 April 1824. 

Centenary Warrant 

(^Special Jetvel), 

I Oct. 1862. 



3 Mar. 1733 



111 



99 



57 

A 



57 

B 



39 



33 



33 



31 



48 



41 



35 



112 



100 



58 



40 



6i 



1894 



Name of Lodge. 



Ark Lodge, 1769. 



Lodge of Unity, 

1812. 



Places of Meeting. 



Date of Warrant 
or Constitution. 



King's Arms, Ludgate Hill, London 1732 

Antwerp Tavern, Threadneedle Street, n 1733 

The Star, Coleman Street, m 1736 

King's Head Tavern, Tower Street, n 1737 

Queen's Arms, Newgate Street, m 1739 

The Parrot, Nicholas Lane, ,1 174 

Turk's Head, Greek Street, Soho, n 1745 

Turk's Head, Gerrard Street, n h 1763 

Percy Coffee House, Rathbone Place, m 1769 

ThreeKings.OrangeStreet, Bloomsbury, n 1774 
Erased 24 April fji^. 



Horn and Feathers, Wood Street, London 17 

King's Arms, Dorset Street, Spitalfields, n 1735 
Black Lion, Saltpetre Bank, Rosemary 

Lane, n 1748 

Carlisle Cathedral, Shoreditch, n 1755 

The London Prentice, Old St., Hoxton, n 1758 

The Fountain, Shoreditch, m 1762 

Erased "2^ J a7t. 1764. ReiitsiatediqOct, 1765. 

Bacchus, Iloxton Town, Hoxton, n 1766 

Three Morrice Dancers, Old Change, n 1771 

Sir John Falstaff, Old Street Road, n 1773 

Erased again 6 February 1782. 



The Crown, Walbrook, LondOn 1732 

Goose&Gridiron,St. Paul'sChurchyard, 11 1733 
King and Queen, Rosemary Lane, n 1735 

New Magpie, without Bishopsgate, m 1739 

Red Lion, York Street, St. James's 

Square, 11 1748 

Dog Tavern, St. James's Market, » 1755 

King's Arms, Marylebone Street, 

Golden Square, m 175^ 

Lapsed. 
Last entry in Register^ 10 April 1798. 



White Lion, WCPneth, near Oldham, 

Lancashire 1 804 

Plough Inn, Werneth, [ ] 

Hare and Hounds, Yorkshire Street, 

Oldham 1826 

Erased in 1836. 



Ship, without Temple Bar, London 1732 

Royal Standard, Leicester Fields, n 1737 

London Bridge Punch House, London 

Bridge, 
Cock and Lion, St. Michael's Alley, 

Cornhill, 



1753 
1761 



Erased 28 April 1775. 



Virgin's Inn, Market PI., Derby, Derbyshire 1732 
Royal Oak, .. 1. 1759 

Erased s February 1777. 



Star and Garter, Strand, LondOn 1754 

" Dec. 4, 1754. 33 paid their arrears and took 
their places as formerly." — G. L. Min. 

Lapsed in 1753. No entry after that year. 



25 May 1732 



12 July 1732 



21 June 1732 



729 



1740 



I7SS 



1770 



1780 



1781 



1792 



1814 



1832 



1863 



92 



81 



50 



41 



95 



84 



52 



42 



34 



34 



93 



82 



51 



43 



35 



35 



32 

A 



1804 

Warrant of 
Confirmation, 
T5 March 1811. 



8 Sept. 1732 



14 Sept. 1732 



13 Mar. 1754 



32 

B 



49 



42 



103 



91 



53 



44 



104 



92 



54 



45 



33 

A 



62 



Name of Lodge. 



36 



37 



Glamorgun Lodge, 

Named in l8ll. 



Anchor and Hope 
Lodge, 

Named in T767. 



Sarum Lodge, 1769- 



Places of Meeting. 



\Unht(nvn\, Bridgend, Glamorganshire 1765 
Bear Inn, Dunraven Place, Bridgend 1777 

Transferred, by Endorsement on Warrant, 
to Cardiff. 



Cardiff Arms Hotel, Broad Street, 

Cardiff, Glamorganshire 1 808 

Freemasons' Hall, Church Street, Cardiff 1855 
„ St. Mary Street, n 1859 

I, Working Street, n 1877 



Bolton I 



Private Room, Bolton, Lancashire 1732 

[Probably in ' Churchgate '] 
Hope Inn [? Deansgate], 
Legs of Man, Churchgate, 
Four Horse Shoes Inn, Deansgate, 
Legs of Man, Churchgate, 
Swan Hotel, n 

One Horse Shoe Inn, Market Place, 
Swan Hotel, Churchgate, 
Freemasons' Hall, Church Institute, 
Swan Hotel, Churchgate, 
New Hall, Swan Hotel, Churchgate, 
Masonic Hall, Silverwell Street, 



Date of Warrant 
or Constitution. 



765 
1800 
1801 
1804 
1844 
1855 

1855 
1866 

1879 
1881 
1887 



13 June 1765 

and 

25 Oet. 1777 



20 Aug. 1808 

(On Warrant of 
25 Oct. 1777). 



23 Oet. 1732 

Constituted 
9 Nov. 1732. 

Centenary Warrant, 
21 Jan. 1871. 



Nag's Head, South Audley Street, London 1732 

Clothworkers' Arms, Upper Moorfields, n 1735 

Salmon& Bell, Wheeler St., Spitalfields, n 173S 

CrownCoffeeHouse, WheelerStreet, M n 1739 

Crown CoffeeHouse,CrispinStreet, n ir 1746 

Ben J onson's Head, Pelham Street, n n T748 
Erased 1^ July 1755. 



Dale's Coffee House, Warwick St., London 1732 
Turk's Head, Greek Street, Soho, n 1736 

United with Kind's ArTits Lodge, No. 38 
\_No. 43, V^25 May 1725], on 24 June 1742, 
and surrendered \Varrant, 



Seven Stars, Long Biackland, Bury St. 

Edmunds [St. Edmondsbury], Suffolk 1732 
Erased 29 Not^ember 1754. 



Star and Garter, Panton Street, 
Haymarket, 

Lapsed in 1755. 



London 1754 



1729 



1740 



1755 



1770 



1780 



1781 



1792 



1814 



1832 



1863 



33 

B 



33 

c 



105 



93 



55 



46 



36 



36 



33 



50 



51 



43 



44 



36 



37 



Three Lions, Salisbury, Wiltshire 1732 

Old Mitre, Salisbury 1735 

Ram [or Lamb], Katherine Street, n 1738 

Three Swans, Winchester Street, n 1751 

Chough, Winchester Street, n 1758 

Chough, Blue Boar Row, n 1761 

Plume of Feathers, 11 1762 

The Maidenhead, m 1763 

Three Swans, Winchester Street, n 1766 

Private Room, George Court, High St., n 1770 

Erased 5 Feb. 1777. Restored 12 No%'. 1777. 
Finally Erased 25 Nai^ember 1801. 



See page 67. 
See page 60. 
See page 60. 

King's Bench Prison, Southwark, London 1754 
Lapsed in 1755. 



15 Nov. 1732 



12 Dee. 1732 



15 Dee. 1732 



18 April 1754 



27 Dee. 1732 



106 



94 



107 



95 



108 



96 



34 



109 



97 



56 



47 



37 



37 



34 



2 Feb. 1733 

17 Feb. 1733 

3 Mareli 1733 

19 April 1754 



110 
111 
112 



98 
99 
100 



57 

A 

58 



35 

A 



[ 63 ] 



i894 



88 



39 



Name of Lodge. 



Lodge of Harmony, 

Lodge of Harmony and 
St. Roeque's Hill, 1824. 

Lodge of Union, 

1828. 



Union Lodge, 1768. 

St, John's Lodge, 1769. 

St. John the Baptist 
Lodge, 

1821. 



40 



41 



Derwent Lodge, 

Named in 1814. 



Royal Cumberland 
Lodge, 

Named in 1786. 

Freemasons' Hall Medal 
(1786). 

[For No. 458]. 



Places of Meeting. 



Wliite Hart Inn, East Street, 

Chiehester, Sussex 181 2 
Freemasons' Hall, The Anchor, West Street, 

Chichester 1814 

Utiitediijith^^ Lodge of Friendships^' No. 632 
\^No. 624, Moderns^ 0/1$ March 1811], in 1828. 

Cuuncil Chamber, North Street, Chichester 1857 



NeW Inn, High Street, ExeteP, 2)«'(;Ki/z/« 1732 

Erased 29 Nov, 1754. Restored 5 February 1759, 
as No. 239. 

" The Lodge at the New Inn at Exeter reinstated 
to stand on the List as if now constituted. — G. L. 
Min. 5 Feb.-I75g. 

Reinstated in nearly its old position in 1770. 

New Inn, High Street, Exeter 1759 

New Coffee House and Tavern, 

St. Peter's Churchyard, n 1 769 

White Swan Inn, High Street, n 1770 

Half Moon Inn, ., n 1773 

Phoenix Inn, n it 1778 

Half Moon Inn, n n 1781 

Bro.i Furlong's, Gandy Lane, n 178 

Private Room, Theatre Lane, n 1781 

Tho<npson*s Hotel, High Street, „ 1784 

The Globe;, St. Mary's Churchyard, „ 1803 

Mr. Harvay's, South Street, u 1 821 

Half; Moon Inn, High Street, 1, 182 

Globe Tavern, St. Mary's Churchyard, n 182, 

Public Roijms, London Inn Square, n 1828 

Whi^e Lion, St. ISidwell's, , n 1830 

Threte Tuns, High Street, 1. 1835 

Geoi^e Inia, Norjth Street, : n 1837 

Tuckers' Hall, 140 Fore Street Hill, .1 1843 

Royal Public Rooms, London Inn Square, .1 1875 

Freemasons' Hall, Gandy Street, u 1876 



Blue Bell, Horse JAUey, Moorfields, London 1754 
Red Cross; Minories, ' " '754 

Red Lion, Jewin Street, Aldersgate Street, n 1755 

Lapsed in tj6'z. ^^ Vacant." 
The Ahiman Rezon for 1813 only says "Constituted 
in London." , j , 



Date of Warrant 
or Constitution. 



13 Mar. 1812 

Warrant of 

Confirmation and 

Consolidation, 

31 May 1828. 



11 July 1732 

Centenary Warrant 

(^Special Jewel), 

9 May 1864. 



Cutter Inn [Castle Inn, in W^arrant], 

East Parade; Hastings, Sussex 

United with ''Lodge of Harmony" No. 6oi 
(Moderns) \.No. 583 of r July 1799], 29 Dec. 1817. 

Anchor Inn, George Street, ; Hastings 

Cutter Inn, East Parade, '; " 

Swan Hotel, High Street, i n 
King's Head Inn, All Saints IStreet, n 

Cutter Inn, East Parade, ! " 

Swan Hotel, High Street, : n 

Castle Hotel, Wellington Square, 11 



1813 



1817 

1822 

1823 

1827 

1840 

184 

1875 



White Bear, Stall Street, 



Bath, 

Somersetshire 1733 



Bath 



White Hart, Stall Street, 

Private Room, Queen Street, m 
United zuith and took name of" RoyalCumler- 
land Lodge" No. 458 [0/1784]. '« 178S. 

Bear Inn, Union Street, Bath 

White Lion Inn, High Street, n 

Bird Cage Tavern, {tmknoivn'], m 

Christopher's Inn, High Street, 11 

Freemasons' Hall, York Street, m 

White Lion Inn, High Street, 11 

Freemasons' Hall, York Street, n 

Castle Hotel, Northgate Street, _ n 

Masonic Hall, Corridor Rooms, High St. , ii 

Masonic Hall, Old Orchard Street, n 



1768 
1784 



1786 
1797 
1799 
1801 
1819 
1824 

1835 
1850 

1854 
1872 



14 Aug. 1754 



1729 



[740 



1755 



1770 



1780 



1781 



1792 



35 

B 



1814 



52 



1832 



45 



1863 



38 



97 



86 



239 



48 



38 



38 



35 



53 



46 



39 



36 

A 



5 April 1813 

(Constituted under 
Warrant of 
No. 332 A). 



18 May 1733 

Authority to meet 
and constit ute dated 
26 April 1733. 

Met in 1732, 
probably in 1731 ; 
has Minutes of 28 
Dec. 1732. 
Centenary Warrant 

(Special Jewel), 
7 May 1861. 



36 

B 



54 



47 



40 



113 



101 



59 



49 



39 



39 



36 



55 



48 41 



[ 64 ] 



i894 



Name of Lodge. 



Lodge of Fpeedom, 

1770. 



A "Scotis* Mason£ Lodge." 



^Master Masons^ 
Lodse'^ 



' Master Masons' 
Lodged 



Lodge of Concord, 1816. 



Places of Meeting. 



Ship, St. Mary Axe, 



Sun, Winchester Street, Little Moorgate. 

Royal Oak, Strand, 

Bear, in the Strand, 

Globe, Bridges Street, Covent Garden, 

Fountain, Catherine Street, Strand, 

Blue Boar's Head, Exeter Street, Strand, 

United with No, 185 \o/ i, November 1740], 
February i/.vs- 

Horse Shoe and Magpie, Holies Street, 

Clare Market, 
Five Bells, behind New Church, Strand, 
White Swan Tavern, Strand, 
Five Bells, behind New Church, Strand, 
Cross Keys, Henrietta St. , Covent Garden, 
Royal Standard, Leicester Fields, 
Rainbow, Fleet Street, near Temple Bar, 
Mitre, Fleet Street, 

Erased ^ February 1777. 



London 1733 



1734 
1735 
1736 
1736 
1737 
1742 



1744 
1745 
1753 
1753 
1755 
1762 
1764 
1765 



Devil Tavern, Temple Bar, London 1733 

Daniel's Coffee House, Temple Bar, n 1736 

Erased 171 1736. 



Bear & Harrow, in the Butcher Row, London 1733 
Erased in ij^S, . 



London 1734 



King's Arms, in the Strand, 

Lapsed in 1735, and member in/ten by another 
Lodge. 



See page 34. 



See page 38. 



[Place imknowii\ 



Date of Warrant 
or Constitution. 



London 1755 



No. yj (A) ivas assigned to some Brethre7t of 
No. 17 ('A). G. L. Min. i. fan. 1755. 

Blue Posts, Brewer St., Golden Sq., London 1784 

George, Haymarket, n 1785 

Swan, Butcher Row, Temple Bar, n 1789 

King's Arms, Leicester Square, u 1793 

Fleece, Little Windmill Street, n 1794 

Ship in Distress, Wardour Street, Soho, n 1794 

The Chairmen, n n n 1794 

Coach and Horses, High Holborn, n 1795 

King's Head, James St., Covent Garden, n 1798 

Unicorn, Covent Garden, 11 180 

Swan and Horseshoe, Little Britain, n 1803 

Three Tuns, Hough ton St., Clare Market, „ 1805 
Amphitheatre Coffee House, Newcastle 

Street, Strand, n 1806 

King's Arms Tav., Old Compton St., Sohoii 1810 

Coachmakers' Arms, Long Acre, 11 1816 

King's Arms Tav., Old Compton St., Sohoii 1817 

Porcupine, Newport St., Newport Market n 1819 

Ship Tav., Gate St., Lincoln's Inn Fieldsn 1826 

Queen's Head, Lower Islington, 11 1830 

Proctor's Hotel, Westminster Bridge Roadii 1834 

Turk's Head, Strand, n 1840 

Nominees 0/ Meeting given after 1846, 

Erased ■] Sept. i%S9. Confirmed s Sept. i860. 

Did not work after 1844. 



23 May 1733 



1733 



1733 



1733 



1729 



1740 1 755 



1770 



1780 



1781 



1792 



1814 



1832 



1863 



114 



102 



60 



50 



25 June 1735 



19 Aug. 1754 



2 April 1755 



115 



116 



117 

A 



117 

B 



37 

A 



37 

B 



56 



49 



[ 6s ] 



Name of Lodge. 



42 



Lodge of Relief, 

Named in 1781. 



A ''Masters^ Ladg-e." 



A ^'Masters' Lodge,' 
1738. 



43 



St. Paul's Lodge, 

Named in 1784. 



Places of Meeting. 



Red Lion, Fleet Street, BUPy, Lancashire 1733 
Old Hare and Hounds, Bolton Street, Bury 1769 
Boar's Head, Moor Side, n 1781 

Utiiied with ^' Lodge of TemperaTice,^' No. 312 
{,1^0, 403, ^23 October 1770], 22 Januaiy 1786, 

Swan with Twp Neclis, IVJoor Side, Bury 1790 

Hate and Hounds, Bolton Street,; m 1809 

Albion Hotel, Haymarket Street, u 1874 

Grey Mare Hotel, MarKet Street, h i88r 



Talbot, High Street, Stourbridge, 

Worcestershire 1733 
Erased in 1769. 



Oates's Coffee House, Great Wild 

Street, Lincoln's Inn Fields, Loudon 1733 
Erased in 1736. 



Solomon's Coffee House, Pimlico, London 1733 



3 July 1733 

Constituted 
26 July 1733. 

Centenary Warrant, 
14 Nov. 1883. 



Swan, Strand, 
White Horse, Piccadilly, 
Crown, Pleet Market, Ludgate Hill, 
Crown, Ludgate Hill, 
Sun, St. Paul's Churchyard, 
Erased in 1775. 



1735. 
1737 
17, " 
1740 

1 75° 



Date of Warrant 
or Constitution. 



Forrest's Coffee Ho. , Chai ing Cross, London 1 733 

Erased T,o Noz>einberT.-]^2. 



Prince of Orange's Head, Milk Street, 

St. Saviour's Dock, Southwark, London 1733 
Castle Inn, Market Place, KlngSton- 

On-ThameS, Surrey 1736 

King's Arms, Great Wild Street, London 1738 

Fountain, Snow Hill, n 1739 

Erased-zi November t-j^e,. 



Hamburg [Free City], Lower 

Saxony, Germany 1733 

Appears to have lapsed^ and to haze been re-warranted 
23 October 1740. See No. iig ofi-jsS enumeration. 



[Place uiihimun'] London 1755 

Feathers, Oxford Road [Street], n 1759 

Lapsed in 1762. 



Swan, Great Brook Street, Birmingham, 

Wanuickshire 1733 
King's Head, New Street, Birmingham 1764 

Freemasons' Tavern, Steelhouse Lane, 11 1784 
Shakespeare Tavern, New Street, n 17S6 

White Horse, Steelhouse Lane, m 1816 

Shakespeare Tavern, Steelhouse Lane, n 1818 
King's Head, Worcester Street, ir 1832 

Pump Tavern, Bull Ring, n 1834 

Private Room, Temple Road, n 1836 

Stork Hotel, Old Square, n 1837 

Swan Inn, Church Street, n iS " 

Union Hotel, Union Street, n 1 841 

Masonic Hall, New Street, n 1869 



1 Aug. 1733 



1733 



27 Dee. 1733 



1733 



1733 



1733 



6 Oct. 1755 



[729 



1740 



118 



103 



755 



61 



1770 



51 



1780 



40 



1781 



40 



1792 



37 



1814 



57 



1832 



50 



1863 



42 



119 



104 



62 



120 



121 



105 



63 



52 



122 



123 



106 



107 



1 Aug. 1733 

Warrants of Confir- 
mation, 2 Feb. 1767. 
and 23 August 1824. 

Centenary Warrant 

{^Special Jewel), 

5 Dec. 1864. 



124 



108 

A 



38 



125 



109 



64 



53 



41 



41 



38 



58 



51 43 



66 



i894 



Name of Lodge. 



44 



Lodge of Friendship 

Named in 1814. 



Royal Exchange Lodge 

1735- 

St. John's Lodge, No. 1. 

1792. 



Merchants' Lodge, 

1792. 



Places of Meeting. 



St. Ann's Chui-ch and Mitre, Cathedral 

Yard, ManehestSF, Lancashire 1755 
Renewed at ike 

Black-a-Moor's Head [Black Prince], 

Old Churchyavd, Manchestef, 1775 

Cancelled 5 June 1793. 



Queen's Head, Old Churchyard, 

ManeheSteF, Lancashire 1795 

Reneived and Revived on recommendation of Nos. 
275 (A) and 278 (A). 
" Revived and granted to Bro. Watson and others, 
late of No. 39. Old Warrant to be transmitted 
previous to revival.'' {G. L. Min. 4 March 1795. 

Lapsed again shortly ajteruiards. 



Horse Shoes, Old Shambles, 

Manchester, Lancashire 1803 
White Hart Tavern, Sugar Lane, Manchester 1812 
Fox, JacUson's Row, u 181 

King, Oldham Street, u 1819 

Admiral Duncan, Oldham Street, n 1819 

Sherwood Inn, Temple Street, 

Chorlton upon Medloek, Lancashire 1826 
Sawyer's Arms, High Street, Manchester 1827 
Bull's Head Inn, Union Street, n 1830 

Pack Horse, Bridge Street, n 1837 

Freemasons' Hall, Cross Street, n 1845 

Spread Eagle Hotel, Church Street, ir 1847 
Freemasons' Tavern, Bridge Street, n 1850 
Mosley Arms Hotel, Piccadilly, n 1851 

Private Room, No. n Qtiay Street, « 1853 
Waterloo Hotel, Piccadilly, n 1854 

MasonicRooms, 74Cro3sSt. Chambers, ■. i860 
Freemasons' Hall, Cooper Street, h 1865 

Albion Hotel, Piccadilly, it 1882 



Bunch of Grapes Tavern, State St., Boston, 

Massachusetts, U.S. of America 1733 
Royal Exchange Tavern, kept by Bro. 

Luke Vardy, King Street, Boston 1735 

At Bro. Andrew Halliburton's, n 1738 

Assembly House, Orange Tree Lane, m 1792 

United witii No. 88 " 2nd Lodge in Boston " 
[No. 141, 0/ 15 February 1749], 7 Feb. 1783, 
obtaining a new Warrant/roni the English Prov. 
G. L.o/Mass. 

Was kept on our Register until 1813, but passed 
from English jurisdiction when the St. John's Prov. 
G. Lodge joined the Massachusetts G. L. 5 March 
1792. 

Now No. I on Reg. of G. L. of Massachusetts. 



The Cock, Bridge Street, Warrington, 

LaiicasJiire 1755 

Last entry Dec. 1755. Lapsed in 1756. 

The List in Ahiman Rezon 1804 gives this number 
both at "The Cock, Warrington,'' and "Royal 
Artillery," Quebec. 



Merchant's Coffee House, Quebec, 

(Lower Canada) \_C.E.\ Quebec 1790 
No. 265 {Pi) purchased No. 40 (A) in Dec, ijgi,for 

£S 5S- oii- 

Royal Artillery, Quebec 1804 

\Place 7tot statci{\ n 1814 

Lapsed about 1824. Erased ^ June 1862. 

The Union Number for this Lodge should have 
been No. 60. It seems however to have been placed 
lower down the list, as were several other Lodges, 
without any apparent reason. 



Date of Warrant 
or Constitution. 



18 June 1755 

25 March 1775 

4 March 1795 



23 Feb. 1803 

Warrant of 
Confirmation, 
29 June 1835. 



30 July 1733 

Constituted 
31 August J733. 



20 Aug, 1755 



Dee. 1790 

Reconstituted 
13 June 1791. 



1729 



1740 



1755 



1770 



1780 



1781 



1792 



1814 



1832 



39 

A 



39 

B 



39 

c 



59 



52 



44 



126 



110 



65 



54 



42 



42 



39 



40 

A 



265 
40 

B 



77 



68 



C 67 ] 



1894 



45 



Name OF Lodge. 



Strong Man Lodge 

Named in 1813. 



Places of Meeting. 



Valenciennes, (Nord, Flandie), France 1733 

Never paid anything ; was kept on the Register 
until 1S13, but the Lodge cannot be traced. 



Duke of Marlborough's Head, Petticoat 

Lane. Whitechapel, London 1734 

Grapes, BlackraoorStreet,ClareMarket, m 1742 

Dolphin & French Horn, Crutched Friars, n 1743 

Erased 21 November 1745. 



Masons' Arms, PembrokeStreet, Plymouth 

Dock [now Devonport], Devonshire 1735 

This is noted in Engraved Lists, from 1735 to 
1762, as at " Plymouth." The St. James' Evening 
Post, of April 8th, 1735, in a Report of the pro- 
ceedings of its Constitution, shows the Lodge to 
have been formed at " Plymouth Dock." The G.L. 
Minute Book has the Entry also, " Masons' Arms, 
Plymouth Dock," on 31 Mar. 1735. 

Harnstaple Inn, Princes St., PlymouthDock 1763 

Oxford Inn, Fore Street, n 1766 

Erased 5 February 1777. 



Fifty-seventh Regiment of Foot 

{^Honywooti's Regimenf) 1755 

Was at ChaHesburgj Canada, 1761. Appears 
in Akiittati Rezon o/'iSo4 and 1807, but there are 
no Ejtiries in Registers after i-js^. 



Mincher's Windmill Inn, Moulsham 

Street, Chelmsford, Essex 1812 
Erased i?l 1823. 



Crown and Mitre, Labour-in-Vain Hill, 

London 

Rummer and Mitre, Labour-in-Vain 

Hill, Old Fish Street, 
Ship Coffee House, near the Hermitage 

Bridge, " 

Samson and Lion, East Smithfield, m 

Strong Man, it m 
White Swan, Mansel Street, Goodman's 

Fields, II 

White Hart Tavern, Hishopsgate Street, n 

Swan Tavern, Fish Street Hill, m 

Coach and Horses, St. John's Square, n 

Mourning Bush Tavern, Aldersgate St., n 
Hole-in-the-Wall, Great Kirby Street, 

Hatton Garden, n 

Three Tuns, Chancery Lane, n 

Crown Tavern, Clerkenwell Green, m 

Falcon Tavern, Fetter Lane, n 

Freemasons' Hall, Great Queen Street, 11 
Old Jerusalem Tavern, St. John's Gate, 

Clerkenwell, " 
Masons Hall, Masons'A venue, Basinghall 

Street, " 

Guildhall Tavern, Gresham Street, n 



1733 

'733 

1733 
I75> 
1764 

1813 
1816 
1823 
1827 
1831 

1834 
1837 
1845 
1848 
1867 

1870 

1874 
1891 



[Place unknown'] Coventry, Warwickshire 1755 
Lapsed about 1757. Last entry 16 Feb. 1757. 
Is however noted at " Broadgate, Coventry," 
in Ahiman Rezon of 1804. 



Fortieth Regiment of Foot 

Was at Quebec in 1759, and at Montreal in 1760. 
No. 42 appears with this description " In the 
Fortieth Regiment," in Ahiman Rezon of 1813, but 
there is no evidence of its existence in G. L. 
Minute Books or Registers. 



1759 



Date of Warrant 
or Constitution. 



1733 



5 Nov. 1734 



26 Jan. 1735 



7 Sept. 1755 



25 May 1812 



2 Feb. 1733 

Warrant of 
Confirmation 
3 Nov. 1814. 

Centenary Warrant, 
15 Nov. 1878. 



19 Nov. 1755 



1759 



1729 



127 



1740 



111 



1755 



66 



1770 



55 



1780 



43 



1781 



43 



1792 



40 



1814 



1832 



[863 



128 



112 



129 



113 



67 



56 



41 

A 



41 

A 



110 



98 



68 



57 



44 



44 



41 



60 



61 



53 



45 



42 

A 



42 

B 



68 



1 894 



Name of Lodge. 



46 



47 



Union Lodge of 
Freedom and Ease, 

1792. 

Old Union Lodge, 

1816. 

Freemason!:' Hall Medal 

(1783). 

Red Apron Lodge, 

A "Masters' Lodge," 
1738-39. 



Newstead Lodge, 

Named in 1825. 



Places of Meeting. 



Date of Warrant 
or Constitution. 



Fountain, Pipewell-gate, Gateshead, 

Durham 1736 
Erased T-T J^ovember -i-j^o, but reinstated. 
Erased again 'Z'j January 1768. 



The Swan, Higli Green, Wolvephampton, 

Staffordshire 1768 

Paid £'2 2S. od. to purchase the vacant No. 77, in 
1768, following the procedure of the Ancients. 

Erased t February 1811. 



[/'/«« 7iH/«wzf;?;], Coventry, Warimckshire 1755 
Golden Lion, Butclier Row, Coventry 1773 

Cancelled 5 June 1793. 
In List of 1794 and in the Ahiman Rezon of 1804 
it is said, " Cancelled by order of the Grand 
Lodge," yet it reappears in List of 1813, at the 
" Golden Lion " ; a palpable error. 



The Mitre, Mint Street, Soulhwark, London 1735 

Bell, Nicholas Lane, Lombard Street, n 1738 

Old Magpie, Without Bishopsgate, 11 174 

King's Head, near the Watchhouse, 

High Holborn, ti 1752 

Coach and Horses, High Holborn, ir 17^9 

AppleTree, Warner St., Cold Bath Fields, 11 1781 

Bell, Exeter Street, Strand, 1, 1782 

Coal HoleTav., Fountain Court, Strand, n 1786 

In 1790 it was resolved to unite with No. 131 
[No. 263 of 17 June 1755], and a meeting of 
the united Lodges is recorded in the Minutes 
of No. 13T. They afterwards became disjoined, 
but No. 46 kept the joint title. 

Surrey Tavern, Surrey Street, Strand, n 1796 

Crown and Anchor Tavern, Stiand, n 1800 

King's Head Tavern, Poultiy, it 1821 

Perseverance Tavern, Somers Town, it 1826 

Guildhall Coffee House, Gresham Street,ir 1828 

Castle & Falcon Tavern , A Idersgate Street, 1. 1 829 

Radley's Hotel, Bridge St., Blackfriars, .. 1832 

City Terminus Hotel, Cannon Street, ir 1870 

Westminster Palace Hotel, Victoria St., u 1877 

Holborn Viaduct Hotel, Holborn, u 1878 

Ship & Turtle Tavern, Leadenhall Street, u 18 



See page 34. 



8 March 1736 

Is 8 March 1735, 
in most Lists, but 
clearly an error. 

Real Date is 8 Mar. 
1735-6. 

5 Nov. 1768 



Holland 1735 



The Hague, 

Doubtless the Lodge known in Dutch Masonic 
History, established 24 Oct. 1735, afterwards 
known as " Lodge Le VCriiable Zble." It soon 
became dormant, but was revived in 1744, and with 
other Lodges formed the G. L. of the Netherlands 
in 1756. 

Erased in 1769. 



\Place unkiwianl, Nottingham, 

Notthighavishire 1755 
Red Lion, Climber Street, Nollingham 1763 

Leg of Mutton, Sandy Lane, n 1792 

Kingstone Arms, Parliament Street, n 1794 

New tJeorge Inn, 11 n 1799 

Milton's Head Inn, ir n 1806 

Crown and Cushion, Market Street, 11 1832 

News House, St. James's Street, n 1834 

Poultry Hotel, The Poultry, n 1840 

Castle and Falcon, Warser Gate, n 1843 

Assembly Rooms, Low Pavement, m 1844 

Masonic Hall, Goldsmith Street, u 1877 

Caxton Rooms, Long Row, 11 1880 

Masonic Hall, Goldsmith Street, n 1881 



3 Dee. 1755 



1729 



1740 



755 



1770 



1780 



1781 



1792 



1814 



1832 



1863 



143 



127 



77 

A 



77 

B 



58 



45 



45 



42 



43 



11 June 1735 

Warrant of 
Confirmation, 
7 June 1826. 

Centenary Warrant 

{^to wear 

Special Jewel, 

grantedin 1835), 

II June 1878. 



25 June 1735 



1735 



17 Dee. 1755 

Revived & restored 
to all its former 
privileges 7 March 
1792. 

Warrant of 
Confirmation, , 

15 Jan. 1763. 

Centenary Warrant 
{Special Jewel), 

16 May 1863. 1 



130 



114 



69 



59 



46 



46 



43 



62 



54 



46 



117 

B 

131 



115 



70 



60 



47 



47 



116 71 



44 



63 



55 



47 



[ 69 ] 



1 894 



48 



Name of Lodge. 



Lodge of Industry, 

Named in 1776. 

Dates from about 1717. 
Has Minutes of 1725. 



Lisbon Lodge 



Places of Meeting. 



[Place nnkno'.im'\ Winlaton, Durham 
Two Fencers, Swalwell, n 

Dorothy Jones, Dorotliy Jones's in Swalwell 
Masons' Arms, Swalwell 
Rose and Crown, ti 
New Inn, n 

Rose and Crown, n 
Half Moon Tnn, High Street, Gateshead, 

Durhavi 1845 
Black Bull Inn, High Street, Gateshead 
Queen's Head Inn, n n 

Grey Horse Inn, n n 

Masonic Hall, West Street, n 

Private Rooms, 34 Denmark Street, n 
Masonic Hall, Jackson Street, n 



1725 

1735 
1766 
1772 
1777 
1S02 
1837 



1853 
1853 
1856 
1869 
1877 
1882 



Date of Warrant 
or Constitution. 



24 June 1735 

Warrants of 
Confirmation, 
I Oct. 1771, and 
12 March 1845. 

Centenary Warrant, 
30 Aug. 1867. 



TheCastle, Aubigny, (Cher, Berry), France 1735 
Probably joined the G. L. of France in 1738. 
Erased 27 January 1768. 



Sun, Old Round Court, Strand, London 1735 

White Bear, Strand, 1. 1 738 

Lapsed about 1743. 



Masons' Arms, Salop Road, Oswestry, 

Shropshire T744 
Erased 29 November 1754. 



Lisbon, (Estremadura), Foriugal 1735 

Erased in 1755. 
The Lodge however, if then in existence, must have 
been closed when King John V issued his Edict 
against the Craft in 1743. 



Lord Weymouth's Arms, WaPminsteP, 

Wiltshire 1735 
Erased 29 November 1754. 



Blue Anchor [or Anchor and CockJ, 

in Cock Lane, Snow Hill, London 1735 
Queen Elizabeth's Head, Hicks's 

Hal], St. John's Street, 
Windmill Inn, St. John's Street, 
White Bear, Old Broad Street, 

Warrant surrendered ■zi December 1748. 



12 Aug. 1735 



26 Aug. 1735 



1744 



17 April 1735 



1729 



132 



1739 
1742 
1746 



133 



134 



1740 



117 



135 



1755 



72 



118 



119 

A 



119 

B 



120 



73 



1735 



30 Oct. 1735 



136 



138 



1770 



1780 



1781 



1792 



61 



48 



48 



44 



1814 



64 



1832 



56 



48 



121 



122 



[Place unknown'], Liverpool, Lancashire 1755 

No. 45 (A) took No. 25 (A) 30 Mav 1786. The 
IVarrant 0/ No. 4S (A) having been delivered up to 
G. Lodge in 1785. 

" No. 45, Liverpool, to revive No. 23, which has 
been dormant some time." G. L. Min. 4 Sept. 1782. 

Cal. 1800 says, " Formerly at the Bird-in-Hand, 
Castle Ditch (delivered up to the Grand Lodge). 

Notwithstanding this, No. 45 appears in Ahiman 
Rezon 1804, as at the " Bird-in-Hand, Liverpool. 
It is not in Ahiman Rezon 1807, whilst in Ahiman 
Rezon 1813, it is noted " Formerly at Liverpool, 
but withdrawn.'' 



Rummer, High Street, Bristol, 

Gloucestershire 1735 

Fountain, n n '754 

Erased in 1757- 
In Mas. Mag., May 1871, it is stated " Constitution 

lost 1759." 
From their original Minute Book, which I have examined, 
it is evident the members met as late as 1761. 



27 Dee. 1755 



12 Nov. 1735 



137 



45 



123 74 

A 



70 



Name of Lodge. 



Solomon's Lodge. 



49 



Gihon Lodge, 

Named in 1819. 



Solomon's Lodge. No. 1 

Named in 1776. 



Places of Meeting. 



Charles Town [Charleston], South 

Carolina, U. S. of America 1735 

Not in Lists until 1760, andin 1762 was placed 
at the number 74, vacated by the preceding 
Bristol Lodge. 

Made no payments after 1781, but was kept on 
the Roll until iZ-i-^. 

The Lodge must have passed from the English 
jurisdiction on the formation of the G. L. of South 
Carolina (Ancients), 24 March 1787. 

Now No. I on Reg. of G. L. of South Carolina. 



Cross Keys, Bear Street, Leicester 

Fields, London 1756 

Continuous payments /rom 1756 to March 1761, 
when they cease. 

Lapsed about 1761. 



The George, George Stairs, Thomas 

Street, Southwark, London 1810 

Bunch of Grapes, Gainsford Street, 

Horselydown, u 1816 

Antigallican, Tooley Street, Southwark, n 1817 

Catherine Wheel, Union Street, n n 1819 

Three Tuns, St. Margaret's Hill, Borough, n 1821 
New York Coffee House, Sweeting's 

Alley, Cornhill, „ 1826 

Three Tuns,St. M argaret's Hill, Borough, n 1832 
Bridge House Hotel, London Bridge, 

Southwark, „ 1837 

London Coffee House, Ludgate Hill, n 1861 

Guildhall Tavern, Gresham Street, n 1867 



Savannah, Georgia, U. s. of America 1735 

Stated to have been opened at 

Augusta, Georgia, U.S.A. 1781 

Tavern kept by Mr. Child, Whittaker Street, 

Savannah, prior to 1799 

Masonic Hall, Whittaker Street, Savannah 1799 

In the Calendars from 1807-1813, this Lodge is 
erroneously called "Solomon's Lodge, Charles 
Town, South Carolina," but is correctly indexed 
in the same Calendars under " Georgia. It made 
no payments after 1781, but was kept on the Roll 
until tZt^. The Lodge must have passed from the 
English jurisdiction on the formation of the G. L. 
of Georgia, 16 Dec. 1786. 

Now No. I on Reg. of G. L. of Georgia. 



Ashley's London Punch House, 
Ludgate Hill, 

Erased 22 December 1748. 



London 1736 



Crown, Crown Court, Fleet Street, London 1756 
Declared vacant t June 1758. 



Red Lion, Eyes [now Sunderland Street], 

Maeelesfleld, Cheshire 1764 
New Angel, Market Place, Macclesfield 1793 

'* Feb. 1791, received information from Maccles- 
field that in 1790, No. 47 took a * Modern ' Con- 
stitution." — G. L. Min. (See No. 545 of 19 June 
1780.) Lodge 47 (A) however made payments to 
G. Lodge as late as 1794, shortly after which date 
the Warrant was ret7trtied. It is endorsed 
" Transferred to sundry Brothers to convene at 
Hinckley." 



Date of Warrant 
or Constitution. 



1735 



11 Feb. 1756 



26 Nov. 1810 



1735 



1 March 1736 



24 Feb. 1756 



30 Jan. 1764 



1729 



1740 



I7SS 



1770 



1780 



1781 



[792 



1814 



1832 



1863 



251 

74 

B 



62 



49 



49 



45 



46 

A 



46 

B 



65 



57 



49 



139 



124 



75 



63 



50 



50 



46 



140 



125 



47 

A 



47 

B 



n 



Name of Lodge. 



50 



Knights of Malta 
Lodge, 

Named in 1828 
or earlier. 



51 



Angel Lodge, 

Named in 1819. 



Gothic Lodge, 1772- 



52 



King's Head Lodge. 

Union Lodge, 

Named in 18 17. 



Places of Meeting. 



Prince of Wales' Tavern, Rugby Road, 

Hinckley, Leicestershire 



George Inn, Market Place, 
Barley Sheaf, Bond Street, 
Half Moon, Stockwell Head, 
Barley Sheaf, Bond Street, 
Castle Inn, Regent Street, 
Barley Sheaf, Bond Street, 
Union Inn, The Borough, 
New Inn, Castle Street, 
Globe Inn, Station Road, 
Bull's Head Inn, Market Place, 
Crown Inn, Castle Street, 
Town Hall, Marketplace, 
Plough Inn, Stockwell Road, 
Town Hall, Market Place, 
George Hotel, n 

St. George's Hall, n 



Hinckley 



1803 
1806 
1807 
1826 
1828 
Ig 

1837 
184 
1842 
1851 

1853 
1854 
1858 
1866 
1870 

1873 
18" 



Date of Warrant 
or Constitution. 



March 1803 

Warrant of 
Confirmation, 
20 April 1820. 



Three Cups Hotel, High Street, 

Colchester, Essex 1736 

The Angel Inn, High Street, Colchester 1753 

Three Cups Hotel, n n 18 



See page 68. 
Fountain, The Mount, Shrewsbury, 

Shropshire 1736 
Erased 29 Nmiemher 1754. Blank 1755. 

Green Man, Hill's Lane, Shrewsbury 1756 

Erased again i-j January" fj6Z, 

Greyhound, Lamb St., Spitalfields, London 1736 

Mermaid Tavern, Hackney, n 1745 

Rising Sun, Fashion Street, Spitalfields, ,1 1746 
Erased 5 May 1757. Restored 3T October 1757. 

Rising Sun, Fashion Street, Spitalfields, ,1 1757 

May Bush, Shoreditch, n 1772 

Swan, Shoreditch, n 1775 

Erased 12 April 1780. 



Three Crowns, WeymOUth and 

MelCOmbe Regis, Dorsetshire 1736 
[Melcombe Regis is part of Weymouth.] 
Erased 29 November 1754. 



Horse Shoe and Last, St. James's 

Street, London 1756 

Lctst entry in Register Dec. 1764. Attended G. L, 
II /uneij6j. 

Lapsed about 1768. 



Amsterdam, Holland 

This only appears in the List in Ahiman Rezon 
of 1813, as "Constituted in Amsterdam," but 
nothing is known of it. There are no entries 
respecting it in Minute Books or Registers. 



King'sHead, Market PI., Norwich,Wo?->/,4 1736 

United with, and took the name qf^^ Union Lodge,*' 
No. 236 {No. 357, ^1765], in 1817. 

Gate House Tavern, Tombland, Norwich 1814 

Angel Inn, Market Place, ci 1817 

Assembly Rooms, Theatre Plain, 11 l8r 

Chapel Field House, n 1819 

Assembly Rooms, Theatre Plain, u 1820 

Angel Inn, Market Place, ir 1831 

Norfolk Hotel, St. Giles Street, r, 1840 

Masonic Rooms, 47 St. Giles Street, u 1887 



[1735-36] 1736 

Warrant of 
Confirmation, 
24 June 1777. 
Centenary Warrant, 
21 Oct. 1871. 

8 March 1736 



16 April 1736 



11 June 1736 



1729 



1740 



1755 



1770 



1780 



1781 



1792 



1736 



10 Mar. 1756 



No Date 



24 June 1736 

Warrant of 

Confirmation, 

23 Dec. 1819. 

Centenary Warrant, 

15 Feb. 1878. 



47 

c 



1814 



66 



1832 



[863 



58 



50 



141 



143 



142 



144 



126 



127 



128 



129 



76 



77 



78 



79 



64 



51 



51 



47 



67 



59 



51 



65 



145 



130 



48 

A 



48 

B 



146 



131 



80 



66 



52 52 48 



68 



60 



52 



72 



i894 



Name of Lodge. 



53 



Royal Sussex Lodge 

Named in 1818. 



Lodge of St. George de 
rObservanee, 1777. 



Places or Meeting. 



St. George and Dragon, Tithe Bam 

Street, LiveppOOl, Lancashire 1736 

Custom House, by the Old Dock, Liverpool 1756 

African Coffee House, n 1772 

Erased in 1775. 



London 1756 



King's Head, Drury I^ane,' 

Lapsed in 1773. 
The Warrant having be.en irregularly sold. 
(G. L. Min. IS Dec. 1773). 



Bladud's Head Inn, Broad Street, 

Bath, Somersetshire 



Date of Warrant 
or Constitution 



Gloucester Inn,Southgate, 
Falstaff Inn \jmkiiowii\. 
Greyhound Inn, High Street, 
Masonic Hall, York Street, 
White Lion Inn, High Street, 
New Lodge Room, York Street, 
Masonic Hall, Corridor, 

PI York Street, 

II Corridor, 

Britannia Inn, Larkhill, 
Masonic Hall, Corridor, 
Pelican Inn, Walcot Street, 
Masonic Hall, Corridor, 
Private Room, 12 Chatham Row, 
Amery's (Christopher) Hotel, Market 

Place, 
Commercial Hotel, High Street, 
Private Room, 35 Brook Street, 
Amery's Hotel, Market Place, 
Masonic Hall, Corridor, 
Amery's Hotel, Market Place, 
Masonic Hall, Corridor, 

II Old Orchard Street, 



Bath 



1812 

1812 

1816 

1817 

1826 

1831 

1834 

1837 

If 

1842 

1844 

1844 

1845 

1845 

1854 

1854 
1855 
1855 
1856 

1857 

ir - 

i: 

1866 



Sun, Fish Street Hill, London 1736 

Bell, Nicholas Lane, n 1740 

Bell, Little Eastcheap, .1 1742 

Cock&Lion, St. Michael's Alley, Cornhilln 1746 

Salutation, Nicholas Lane, n 1759 

Boar's Head, Eastcheap, n 1762 

Orange Tree, Bloomsbury Square, n 1766 

Globe Tavern, Great Titchfield Street, n 1768 
Erased 28 April 1775. Restored 1^ April 1776. 

Globe Tavern, Great Titchfield Street, n I776 
Erased'] April \']?,\. Reinstated tj Nov. 1784. 

Bedford Coffee House, Covent Garden, n 17 
Erased again 12 February 1794. 



King's Arms, Edgebaston Street, 

BiPmlngham, Warwickshire 1736 
St. George and Dragon, Digbeth Street, 

Birmingham 1739 
Rose, Edgebaston Street, n 1746 

The Swan, High Green, 

Wolverhampton, Staffordshire 1766 
Erased in 1772. 

See page 40. 



[Place unknown] Plymouth, Devonshire 1763 
Lapsed shortly after it was Constituted, 

It appears however in the List of 1799 as at 
" Freemasons' Tavern, near Dock Yard," and in 
the Ahiman Rezons of 1804, 1807, and 1813, as at 
" Freemasons' Tavern, Plymouth," but there is no 
entry respecting it in the Registers after 31 Dec. 
I763- 



25 June 1736 



30 Mar. 1756 



23 Jan. 1812 



1729 



1740 



1755 



1770 



1780 



1781 



1792 



1814 



1832 



1863 



147 



132 



81 



67 



49 

A 



49 

B 



69 



61 



53 



16 Aug. 1736 

Warrant of 

Confirmation, 

25 August 1787. 



20 Sept. 1736 



13 May 1756 



31 Dec. 1763 



148 



133 



82 



68 



53 



53 



49 



149 



134 



83 



69 



50 

A 

50 

B 



[ 73 ] 



i894 



54 



55 



Name of Lodge. 



Lodge of Hope, 

Named in i8i8. 



Constitutional 
Lodge, 

Named in 1773. 

A " Masters* Lodge" 

1738- 



Places of Meeting. 



Master Mason, Tin Street, Roehdale, 

Lancashire 1813 

The Lower Anchor, Packer Street, Rochdale 1814 

Spread Eagle Inn, Cheetham Street, n 1819 



Yorkshire Grey, Beer Lane, Thames 

Street, London 

King's Arms, Lombard Street, n 

Queen's Arms, Cateaton Street, n 

IJell, Friday Street, Cheapside, n 

HalfMoon, m h 

Devil Tavern, Temple Bar, m 

May Bush, Shoieditch, tp 

Greyhound, Nevif Compton Street, Soho,ii 
Greyhound, Kensington Square, 

Kensington, m 

Two Sawyers, Marylebone Lane, 11 

Srased 20 November 1782, but reinstated. 
King's Arms, Moor Street, Soho Square,!! 
Greyh«und, Kensington Sq. , Kensington, u 
Crown, Oxford Street, !i 

Old Crorfn and Cushion, Lambeth 

Marsh, Lambeth, !i 

Swan, Narrow Wall, Lambeth, !! 

Brunswick Arms, Brunswick Street, 

Blackfriars Koad, i! 

Crown, Narrow Wall, Lambeth, i! 

Hetty's Chop House, Strand, i! 

Bird in Hand, Garden Kow,LondonRoad, n 
The Feathers, Waterloo Koad, n 

Rockingham Arms, New Kent Road, i! 
Fleece, Commercial Road, Lambeth, ,1 
Proctor'sHotel,WeslminsterHridger<oad,ii 
Newton's Hotel, Great Surrey Street, i! 
Kent&Sussex Hotel, GreatSurreyStreet,!! 
Exeter Hall Hotel, Strand, !! 

Ship & Turtle Tavern, Leadenhall Street, i. 
City Terminus Hotel, Cannon Street, n 
InnsofCourt Hotel, Lincoln's Inn Fields, ■, 
City Terminus Hotel, Cannon Street, ,! 



Date of Warrant 
or Constitution. 



A " Masters' Lodge" 
1736-39. 



Lodge of Brotherly Love, 

I777- 



1736 
1739 
1746 

1751 
1762 

1773 

1775 
1777 

1780 
178 

1783 
1787 
1789 

1790 
1800 



1816 
1818 
1819 
1822 
1833 
1835 
1836 
1840 
1842 
1844 
1855 
18'- 
1876 
iS 



12 Nov. 1813 



2 Dee. 1736 

Warrant of 
Confirmation, 
22 June 1822. 

Centenary Warrant, 
13 June 1867. 



\^Flace unknown], Liverpool, Lancashire 1756 
" Lost their Constitution " in 1756. 



Ship in Launch [now Union Hotel], 

The Esplanade, PaPkgate, Cheshire 1758 
" Dormant 1775." Last entry 25 May 1774. 
Appears in Ahiman Rezon 1804 and 1813 in error. 
Is not in 1807 List. 



Black Dog, Castle Street, Seven 

Dials, London 

Crown and Turtle, Old Jewry, i! 

Angel and Crown, Cateaton Street, !i 
George and Dragon, Ironmonger Lane, !i 
The Star, Coleman Street, !i 

Erased in 1775. Reinstated 5 February 1777. 
Blue Boar, Great Russell Street, 

Bloomsbury, 
Bedford Arms, Charlotte Street, Bedford 

Square, 
Bedford Square Coffee House, Great 

Russell Street, Bloomsbury, 
Two Blue Posts, Tottenham Court Road, 
King's Head Tavern, High Holborn, 
Buffalo's Head, corner of Newman 

Street, Oxford Street, 
King's Head Tavern, High Holborn, 
The VV.M.'s Chambers in Cliliford's Inn, 
King's Head Tavern, High Holborn, 
C eased luorking 1789. 



1736 
174I 
1742 

1749 
1766 



1777 
1782 

1784 
1784 
1785 

1785 
1785 
1789 
1789 



1729 



1740 



175s 



1770 



1780 



1781 



1792 



50 

c 



150 



135 



84 



70 



54 



54 



50 



1814 



70 



71 



1832 



62 



63 



54 



55 



19 May 1756 



19 Dee. 1758 



21 Dec. 1736 



51 

A 



51 

B 



151 



136 



85 



71 



55 



55 

A 



10 



74 



i«94 



56 



Name of Lodge. 



Howard Lodge of 
Brotherly Love. 



Did not meet from 1836 
until July 1859. 



Places of Meeting. 



A " Masters' Lodge" 
1738-39. 



A " Masters^ Lodge^' 
I739- 



Parham Lodge. 



Date of Warrant 
or Constitution. 



Crown Inn, High Street, Arundel, Sussex 1789 

Dolphin Hotel, West St., Chichester, I. 1790 

Crown Inn, High Street, Arundel 179° 

Norfolk Arms Inn, High Street, ., 1800 

" In 1804, as no regular Warrant existed, it was 
resolved that a fresh one be applied for." (Free- 
mason^ 8 July 1893.) 

Wheatsheaf, Inn, Tarrant Street, Arundel 1805 
Norfolk Arms Inn, High Street, ti 1829 

Town Hall, Maltravers Street, m i860 

Argyle Rooms, River Road, 

Littlehampton, Sussex 1S92 



Blossoms Inn, Lawrence Lane, 

Cheapside, London 1736 

Buffalo's Head, Finch Lane, n 1744 

Fountain, Bartholomew Lane, Royal 

Exchange, " 1745 

Caveac Tavern, Spread Eagle Court, 

Finch Lane, m i759 

Guildhall Coffee House, Gresham Street,ii 1768 

Erased in 1769. 



City of Durham, Swallow Street, London 1737 
Blue I'osts, Southampton Buildings, 

Holborn, 1. 175° 

Erased 23 January 1764. 



6 May 1789 

Warrant of 

Confirmation, 

27 January i860. 

Centenary Warrant, 
25 June 1878. 



31 Dee. 1736 152 



1729 



1740 



1755 



1770 



1780 



1781 



55 

B 



1792 



51 



1814 



72 



[832 



64 



1863 



56 



Crown, West Smithfield, 



London 1737 



Erased 17 November 1760 ; was however kept 
on Lists to 1762. 



King's Arms, Cateaton Street, London 1737 
Erased 14 April 1746. 

See page 90. 

Horn, High Street, Braintree, Essex 1737 

Erased 29 November 1754. 



Three Tuns, Wood Street, London 1737 

White Horse, Piccadilly, m 1742 

Erased iz November 1745. 



Westminster Hall Tavern, Dunning's Alley, 

Bishopsgate Street V\ ithout, London 1737 
Swan, Southwark, u 174^ 

Erased 22 December 1748. 



Thirty-seventh Regiment 

[Genl. Stuart's] 1756 

" No. 52 on the Registry of England, a travelling 
Warrant in the 37th Regiment, now quartered at 
Halifax." List of 1786, printed at Halifax, Nova 
Scotia. 

No entry in Registers after February 1775. 

Appears in Ahiman Rezon of 1S04, 1807, and 1813. 
It had, howevetj left our Jurisdiction many years 
previously, as it is said to have severed its 
connection from G. L. of New York in 1783. 



Parham, Island of Antigua, West Indies 1738 

This Lodge is out of its proper position, the 
correct date being 31 January 1737-8. It was kept 
on the List until 1813, but paid nothing after 1781. 



24 Jan. 1737 

14 Feb. 1737 

22 Feb. 1737 

5 Jan. 1748 
17 March 1737 

22 March 1737 

30 March 1737 

19 May 1756 



137 



86 



153 



154 



155 



156 



138 



139 



140 

A 



140 

B 

141 



87 



88 



31 Jan. 1738 

\i.e. 1737-8] 



157 



158 



142 



143 



52 



154 



94 



72 



56 



56 



52 



[ 75 ] 



i894 



Name of Lodge. 



Places of Meeting. 



57 



58 



Ancient Knight 
Templars Lodge, 1809. 

Humber Lodge, 

1810. 



City Lodge, 1792. 



Lodge of Integrity, 

Named in 1819. 



Lodge of Felicity, 

Named in 1778. 
Red Apron Lodge. 



Date of Warrant 
or Constitution. 



\_Place unknmuii\ LivePpOOl, Lancashire 1 756 
La-psedsoon afterwards. 



Bucli and Dog, Strand Street, 

LivePpOOl, Lancashire 1775 
Cheshire Coffee House, Old Docli Gate, 

Liverpool 1786 

Warrant luithdyawnfor unmasonic conduct, 
^February 1807. 

Trans/erred, by endorsement on same Warrant, 
to Hull, 16 March 1S09. 



Fleece Inn, Market Place, Hull, Yorkshire 1809 

Black Swan Tavern, Dock Street, Hull 1819 

Turk's Head, Mytongate, n 1822 

Humber Tavern, Humber Street, n 1827 

Neptune Inn, Chariot Street, n 1827 

Freemasons' Hall, Osborne Street, n 1827 

11 11 (rebuilt) n 1865 



Whitechapel Court House, Whitechapel, 

London 1737 

Three Tuns, Spitaliields, it 1739 

Black Swan, Brown's Lane, Spitalfields,ii 1776 

Queen's Head, Paternoster Row, m 17^ 

Ship Tavern, Leadenhall Street, n 1792 
Erased 12 February 1800. 



Three Tuns & Half Moon, Snow Hill, London 1737 
Erased 9 April 1743. 

King James 1st Head, Old Jewry, London 1737 
Erased 25 March 1745. 

See page 42. 



Sun, Wheat Street, BreCOn, Brecknockshire 1764 

Lapsed soon a/tenvards, but appears in Ahiman 
Rezon of 1804 as at " Brecon." 



19 May 1756 



17 April 1775 



16 March 1809 

Centenary Warrant, 
II June 1877. 



Unicorn, Standishgate, Wigan, Lancashire 

Red Lion, Wiend, n 

Erased 3 December 1823. 

N.B.— No. 74 0f 1814, although erased in 1823, 
appears on the new Roll of 1832 with the same 
Number, 74. It was not, however, in existence. 



Gun Tavern, Jermyn Street, Piccadilly, 

London 

Two Blue Posts, Old Bond Street, u 

Chapman's Coffee House, Sackville St., n 
Braund's Head, New Bond Street, n 

Unionand Hath Coffee House, Piccadilly, n 
Braund's Head, New Bond Street, 11 

Queen's Arms Tavern, St. James's Street,ii 
Slaughter's Coffee Ho., St. Martin'sLane, h 
King's Arms Tavern, Compton Street, n 
Queen's Arms Tavern, St. James's Street, u 
Bull and Gate Tavern, Kentish Town, n 
Shakespear Tavern, Marlborough Street, 

Oxford Road, " 

Salutation Tavern, Newgate Street, n 
Cock&LionTav., Lower East Smithfield, II 
London Tavern, Bishopsgate Street, n 
London Masonic Club, loi Queen 

Victoria Street, 11 

Ship & Turtle Tavern, Leadenhall Street, n 



18 April 1737 



1805 
1818 



1737 
1742 

1754 
1769 
1777 
1779 

1793 
1797 

1798 
1798 
1801 

1801 
1809 
1810 
1824 

1876 
1879 



24 Aug. 1737 

Opened 6 April 1737. 

Centenary Warrant, 
4 April 1873. 



20 April 1737 



10 May 1737 



14 June ,1756 



27 Dee. 1764 



30 Sept. 1805 



1729 



1740 



1755 



1770 



1780 



1781 



1792 



1814 



1832 



1863 



53 

A 



53 

B 



53 

c 



73 



65 



57 



159 



144 



89 



73 



57 



57 



53 



160 



161 



145 



146 



54 

A 

54 

B 



54 
c 



74 



74 



162 



147 



90 



74 



58 



58 54 



75 



66 



58 



t 76 ] 



1894 



Name of Lodge. 



' Masters' Lodged" 
1738-39- 



Places of Meeting. 



Vacation Lodge, 1779- 



Loyal Vacation Lodge, 

1802. 



Date of Warrant 
or Constitution. 



1729 



1740 



755 



See page 35. 2 Aug. 1756 



Swan, New Street, Covent Garden, London 1737 21 Sept. 1737 

Two Black Posts, Maiden Lane, 

Covent Garden, " 1738 

Duke of Bedford's Head, Maiden Lane, 

Covent Garden, " '74 

Crown & Anchor, I<.ing St., Seven Dials, n 1742 
Rummer, Labour-in-Vain Hill, near 

Old Fish Stieet, Queenhithe, n 175' 

Sugar Loaf, I'"leet Street, m 175^ 

]:!lueLast, Salisbury Square, Fleet Street, 1, 175^ 

Salutation, Budge Kow, Watling Street, 1, 1759 

Talbot Inn, Strand, " 1762 

Shakespear Tavern, Great Russell 

Street, Covent Garden, h '773 

Star and Garter, i'addington, n 1779 

Mill's Coffee House, Gerrard St., Soho, ,, 1799 
Ceased in iBoi. 



163 



148 



91 



1770 



75 



1780 



59 



1781 



59 



1792 



55 

A 



i»i4 



1832 



1863 



55 



Lodge of Affability, 

1782. 



Lodge Rooms, Wiveliseombe, 

Somersetshire 1802 

Freemasons' Hall, Wiveliseombe 1804 

Lodge Rooms, DulVCPtOn, Somersetshire 1854 
Lapsed, and Warrant returned, 14 May 1862. 



IPlace unknown^ ManchesteF, Lancashire 1756 3 NoV. 1756 

Cancelled T June JTTi,/or divirs misdemeanours, 
and issued to some Members of No. 171 (A). 



\Piace unknown'] Manchester, Lancashire 1775 7 June 1775 

" Warrants of 144 and 56 cancelled, and agreed 
that the Brethren of No. 171 should have a renewal 
of No. 56." G. i-./'ru., 7 June 1775. 

Cil. for 1800 states, " Eagle, Salford, near 
Manchester (cancelled by order of the Grand 
Lodge, 1792)." 



7 April 1802 



55 

B 



76 



67 



56 

A 



56 

B 



Standard Tavern, Old Churchyard, 

ManchesteF, Lancashire 1803 
York Minster, Deansgate, Manchester 1805 

Phcenix, SalfOPd, Lancashire 1805 

Flower Pot, Red Bank, m 1806 

Lapsed about i8og, but mas kept in Ahiman Rezon 
List 0/1813. 



See page I 



King's Head, St. John's Street, London 1737 

Sun, Aldersgate Street, n 1740 

Magdalen Tavern, Old Fish Street Hill,ii 1742 

Bell, Friday Street, Cheapside, n 1744 

Bull's Head and Three Tuns, Cheapside, n 1747 

Sun, Milk Street, Honey Lane Market, n 1755 

HorseShoe, Blow Bladder St., Cheapside, n 1772 

Blue Anchor, George Street, Foster Lane,ii 1773 

Half Moon Tavern, Cheapside, 11 1782 

Rose and Crown, Kew Green, Kew, n 1783 

Castle Inn, New Brentford, ii 1790 

Erased in 1813. 



Angel Inn, Market Place, Shepton 

Mallet, Somersetshire 1737 

" The Letter returned and wrote on, No Lodge 

held in that Town." M.S. on 1767 List, 

Erased 27 January 1768. 



16 May 1803 



56 

c 



Dee. 1790 



8 Dec. 1737 



77 



68 



164 



149 



92 



76 



60 



60 



56 



12 Dec. 1737 



165 



150 



93 



[ 77 ] 



1 894 



Name of Lodge. 



A " Masters' Lodge^* 
1738. 



Places of Meeting. 



Angel above Hill, Bailiwick of Lincoln, 

Lincohtskire 1737 
Erased 29 November 1754. 



Swan and Falcon, Hereford, Herefordshire 1738 
Srased 29 November 1754. 



Fountain, Bartholomew Lane, Royal 



Exchanee, 



London 1738 



Erased 14 April 1746. 



See page 74. 



Bacchus, Little Bush Lane, Cannon 

Street, London 1738 

Mansion House, Steel Yard, Thames St.,n 1739 
Erased 11 November XTi,^. 



Lord Talbot's Head, Cannon Row, Westminster, 

[" Channel Row," in C.L. Miii.], London 1738 

Katherine Wheel, Great Windmill St., m 1738 

St. Luke'sHead,I'hoenixAlley,LongAcrei, 1739 

Red Lion, Red Lion Street, Clerkenwell,ii 1739 

Erased 9 April 1743. 



Wheatsheaf, Eastgate Street, 

Gloucester, Gloucestershire 1738 28 March 1738 

The Swan, North Street, Gloucester 1751 

Erased 27 January 1768. 



Date of Warrant 
or Constitution. 



23 Dee. 1737 



16 Jan. 1738 



27 Jan. 1788 



31 Jan. 1738 



17 Feb. 1738 



27 March 1738 



1729 



1740 



1755 



[770 



1780 



1781 



1792 



1S14 



1832 



1863 



166 



167 



168 



See page 80. 



Gordon's Punch House [or Coffee House], 

New Exchange, Strand, London 1738 

Duke of Gloucester, Pall Mall, n 1739 

Gun, Charing Cross, ti 1742 

" Gloucester Lodge, at Cannon, Charing Cross," 

G. L. Min. 25 March 1745. 

Erased 25 March 1745. 



Bell and Dragon, King Street, 

St. James's Square, London 1738 

Bell&Dragon, King Street, Golden Sq., „ 1739 
King's Arms Tavern, Broad Street 

Buildings, Old Bethlem, n I74I 

Horn and Feathers, Carter Lane, 

Doctors' Commons, m 1743 

Erased 21 November 1745. 



Swan, Fish Street Hill, London 1738 

Erased ■z^Jttne 1742. 

See page 80. 



Swan, High Street, Tewkesbury, 

Gloucestershire 1738 
Erased 29 November 1754. 



3 May 1738 



16 May 1738 



169 



170 



151 



152 



153 



154 



155 



156 



94 



171 



157 



172 



173 



158 



159 



95 



96 



19 June 1738 



174 



160 



10 July 1738 
1 Aug. 1738 

26 Oct. 1738 



175 



176 



177 



161 



162 



163 



97 



[ 78 -J 



1894 



Name of Lodge. 



Places of Meeting. 



59 



Basseterre Lodge 
The Mother Lodge, 

I755- 



Lodge of Relief with 
Truth, 1768. 

Royal Navy Lodge, 
1791. 

Royal Naval Lodge 

1793- 



See page 81. 

\riace unkncwn'\ London I7S6 

Last entry 5 Sept. 1759. Lapsed about 1760. 



Seven Stars, Water Lane, Tower 

Street, London 1764 

Declared Vacant, 4 September 1765. 



Cameron's Coffee House, Bury Street, 

St. James's, London 1738 

This Lodge, Numbered 105 in Const. 1738, giving 
London Lodges only, must have lapsed same year. 



See page 81. 
See page 82. 



Basseterre, Island of St. Christopher, 

West India 1739 
Scotch Arms, Basseterre, St. Christopher 1755 
Erased 3 Septe7tibcr 1862. 

This Lodge took a number much higher than it was 
entitled to at the Union. 1 1 should have been No. 88. 



Chequers, Chequer Court, Charing 

Cross, London 1739 

Crown & Anchor, King St. , Seven Dials, n 1740 

Red Lion, Nottingham Court, n n 1755 

Crown and Anchor, King Street, n h 1765 

Three Compasses, High tlolborn, it 1766 

Coach and Horses, n n 1 77 1 

Bedford Hotel, Henrietta Street, Covent 

Garden, n 1782 

Two Blue Posts, Maiden Lane, n n 1784 

Sun, Suffolk Street, „ 1786 

Private Room, Market Lane, St. James's 

Market, „ 1788 

Private Room, near Wapping Old 

Stairs, Wapping, n 1791 

Private Room, near Red Lion St. ,Wappingii 1 795 

ri Burr Street, near the Towerrp 1801 

King's Head Tavern, Tower Street, n iSio 

Sweeting's Rents, Threadneedle Street, n 1815 

Surrey I'avern, Blackfriars Road, -t 1S16 

Freemasons' Tavern, Great Queen Street, n 1818 

Globe Tavern, Fleet Street, n 1822 

Crown Tavern, Clerkenwell Green, n 1823 

George and Vulture Tavern, Cornhill, u 1830 

Radley's Hotel, BridgeStreet, Blackfriars, n 1852 

Freemasons' Tavern, Great Queen Street, n 1855 

Freemasons' Hall, h m 1865 



Gibraltar (Malaga), 



Spain 1756 



Lapsed very soon a/teri^'ards. 



Fourteenth Regiment of Foot 1759 

was at St. Augustine's, Florida, 

U,S. of America, in 1776 

6 March 1776, " Ordered a renewal of Warrant of 
No. 58 to 14th Regiment of Foot, whenever they 
should require it, at present at .St. Augustine's." 
G. L. Mill. Warrant was renewed 20 March 1777. 

This Number appears in the Ahiman Rezons of 
1804, 1807 and 1813, but the Lodge had ceased to exist. 



Date of Warrant 
or Constitution. 



22 Nov. 1738 
3 Nov. 1756 

24 Feb. 1764 

1738 

19 Jan. 1739 
9 Jan. 1739 

21 June 1739 



27 Jan. 1739 

Centenary Warrant, 
3 June 1874. 



1 Dee. 1756 



17 Jan. 1759 



1729 



[740 



1755 



[770 



1780 



1781 



1792 



1814 



1832 



1863 



164 



98 



57 

A 



57 

B 



178 



178 

B 



165 

A 

165 

B 



174 



99 



107 



86 



70 



70 



65 



78 



69 



179 



166 



100 



77 



61 



61 



57 



79 



70 



59 



58 

A 



58 

B 



79 



Name of Lodge. 



Assembly House Lodge, 

1758. 



Royal Chester Lodge, 

1787. 



Hwlfford Lodge. 



Baker's Lodge. 



Places of Meeting. 



Horse and Groom, Foregate Street, 

Chester, Cheshire 1739 

Royal Oak, Forrest Street, Chester 1743 

Coach and Horses, Northgate Street, n 1744 

Royal Oak, Foregate Street, n 1744 

Swan, Watergate Street, ti 1744 

Coach and Horses, Northgate Street, m 1745 

Swan, Watergate Street, n 1745 

Coach and Horses, Northgate Street, n 1746 

The Master's House (by special order) n 1755 

Swan, Watergate Street, n 1755 

Assembly House, Watergate Street, 11 1755 

The Master's House (by special order), n 1756 

Assembly House, Watergate Street, n '756 

Feathers' Inn, Bridge Street, >i 1757 

The Master's House (on his birthday), u 1757 

Swan, Watergate Street, w 1757 

Master's House (E. Orme), NorthgateSt.n 1759 

Swan, Watergate Street, n 1759 

Coach and Horses, Watergate Street, n 1763 

Assembly Rooms, in the Exchange, n 1767 

Coach and Horses, Northgate Street, 11 1767 

Feathers' Inn, Bridge Street, it I7ii5 

Erased! February i'jZ6. Reinstated'] Aprili'jZj. 

Feathers' Inn, Bridge Street, Chester 1787 

Albion Hotel, Lower Bridge Street, n 1824 

Royal Hotel, Eastgate Street, n 1827 

Erased again 5 September 1738. 



Red Rampant Lion, High St., St. AlbanS, 

Hertfordshire 1739 
Woolpack, London Road, St. Albans 1740 

Erased 24 July i7S5. 



Three Tuns, Jewry Street, Aldgate, London 1766 
Three Crowns, East Smithfield, n 1769 

Although dated 3 May 1738, this Lodge does not 
appear in the Lists until 1766, when it was placed 
between Nos. loi and 103, taking the place vacated 
by the Lodge at St. Albans. 

Erased in 1769. 



King'sHead, Market Place,Romford,A«fj; 1739 

Sun and Rummer, Romford 1741 

Red Lion, HornehUFCh, Essex 1754 

Erased in 1769. 



White Hart, Porters Street, Newport 

Market, London 175^ 

Lapsed about 1770. 



Private Room, HaveFfoMweSt, 

Pembrokeshire 1818 
Blue Boar Inn, Dew Street, Haverfordwest " 
New Inn, Upper Market Street, n * 

* Records lost, dates of removal unknown. 
Erased s March 1828. 



St. Mary's Street, St. John, 

Island of Antigua, West Indies 1739 
St. John, Antigua 1770 

Was kept on List until 1813, but paid nothing 
after 1781. 



Date of Warrant 
or Constitution. 



1 Feb. 1739 



10 Feb. 1739 



3 May 1738 



13 March 1739 



23 Dee. 1756 



23 Jan. 1812 



1729 



1740 



1755 



1770 



1780 



180 



167 



101 



78 



62 



1781 



62 



1792 



58 



1814 



80 



1832 



71 



1863 



181 



168 



102 



102 

B 



182 



169 



103 



14 March 1739 



59 

A 



59 

B 



81 



170 



104 



79 



63 



63 



59 



8o 



1894 



Name of Lodge. 



60 



Lodge of Peace and 
Harmony, 

Named in 1789. 
Red Apron Lodge. 



61 



Places of Meeting. 



White Horse, Bloomsbury Market, London 1739 

Horse Shoe and Magpie, Fleet Street, n 1739 

Shipand Cardigan's Head, CharingCross,ir 1741 

Cough's Coffee House, Haymarket, n 1742 

Royal Standard, Leicester Fields, n 1744 

Erased 21 November 1745. 



Stone Masons' Arms, Great Fish Street, 

WOFCeStBF, Worcestershire 1 757 

Appears in Ahiman Rezons of 1804 and 1813, at 
" Masons' Arms, Worcester," but it ceased to exist 
shortly after its constitution. Is not in A.R. 1807. 



20 March 1739 



Spurn and Humber 
Lodge. 



St. John the Baptist 
Lodge, 1767. 

Lodge of Probity, 

1795- 



Date of Warrant 
or Constitution. 



16 March 1757 



Angel and Crown, Crispin Street, 

Spitalfields, London 1738 

Three Tuns, without Bishopsgate, n I749| 

Black Dog, Shoreditch, pi 1753 

White Dog, Widegate Alley, Bishopsgate 

Street, n 1757 

Helmet, Bishopsgate Street, ir 1758 

Three Tuns, Jewry Street, Aldgate, n 1761 

Crown Tavern, Leadenhall Street, n 1762 

Crown, Princes Street, Lothbury, n 1769 

George, Great Eastcheap, n 1782 

London Stone Tavern, Cannon Street, n 1791 

Swan Tavern, Fish Street Hill, pi 1797 

White Horse, Friday Street, Cheapside,pi 1800 

Guildhall Coffee House, Gresham Street, p. 1803 

Antwerp Tavern, Threadneedle Street, pp 1805 
Bay Tree Tavern, St. Swithin's Lane, pp 

London Tavern, Bishopsgate Street, pi 1835 

Ship and Turtle Tavern, Leadenhall St., p, 1876 

Freemasons' Hall, Great Queen Street, n 1876 

Holborn Viaduct Hotel, Holborn, pp 1878 

Guildhall Tavern, Gresham Street, pi i 

Freemasons' Tavern, Great Queen Street,ip 1878 

p, Hall, pp pp 1879 

PI Tavern, ii n 1879 

Hall, p PI 1882 



3 May 1738 

" Permission granted 
by Lord Carnarvon 
G.M. 28 April 1738. 

Warrant of 

Confirmation, 

18 January 1884. 



\_PIace 747iknocon'\ 

Vacant same year. 



London 1757 



1729 



[740 



1755 



1770 



1780 



1781 



1792 



1814 



1832 



1863 



183 



171 



60 



172 



158 



96 



80 



64 



64 



60 



82 



72 



60 



Richardson's Crown and Anchor, Silver 

Street, Great Grimsby, Lincolnshire 1811 
Freemasons' Hall, Lower Burgess Street, 

Great Grimsby 1812 
Erased in 1823. 



Black Bull, Copper St., Halifax, Yorkshire 173S 

Rose and Crown, Swine Market, Halifax 1762 

White Swan, Skircoat Green, n 1763 

Rose and Crown, Swine Market, ip 1763 

Old Cock, II IP 1765 

Union Cross, Old Market, ,1 1782 

Bath Tavern, Lily Lane, pp 1795 

Union Cross, Old Market, u 1796 

Old Cock Inn, Swine Market, n iS 

Masonic Hall, St. John's Place, n iS 



16 March 1757 



26 Feb. 1811 



See page 75. 



Punch Bowl, Peck Lane, Nottingham. 

Nottingliavisliire 1757 
White Lion, Carlton Road, Nottingham, afo«^ 1 760 

This Lodge accepted a "Modern " Warrant, No. 
292, in 1763. The old Warrant was dormant in 
1792, yet the Lodge is said to be at the " Bunch of 
Grapes, Nottingham^" in Ahiman Rezon of 1804, 
and " Nottingham " m Ahiman Rezon 1807 ; clearly 
a mistake. In the Calendar for 1800 it is described 
as " Bunch of Grapes, Park Lane (dormant)." 



1 Aug. 1738 

Constituted 
12 July 1738. 

A " Duplicate " 
Warrant issued in 

1765- 

Centenary Warrant, 

13 August 1885. 



30 Sept. 1805 



13 April 1757 



61 

A 



61 

B 



176 



162 



97 



81 



65 65 



61 



83 



84 



73 61 



74 



62 

A 



8i 



1894 



Name of Lodge. 



62 



Social Lodge, 

Named in 1814. 



Court House Lodge. 

The Great Lodge, 

1744. 



63 



St. Mary's Lodge, 

Named in 1816. 



Places of Meeting. 



Swan Inn, Deansgate, Manchester, 

Lancashire 181 
Old Churchyard Tavern, Old Churchyard, 

Manchester 1812 

Castle Inn, Deansgate, m 1816 

Standley Arms, Sackville Street, n 182 

Boar's Head, Hyde Cross, n 1824 

Commercial Tavern, Market Street, n 1827 

Crown and Thistle, Old Church Street, n 1829 

Commercial Tavern, Market Street, n 1830 

Crown and Thistle, Old Church Street, ti 183 1 

St. John's Tavern, Old Churchyard, 1, 1839 

Town Hall Buildings, King Street, n 1845 

Freemasons' Hall, Cross Street, n 1845 

Queen's Hotel, Piccadilly, n 1847 

Palatine Hotel, Victoria Street, n 185 1 

Royal Hotel, Mosley Street, m 1852 

Queen's Hotel, Piccadilly, n 1856 



Date of Warrant 
or Constitution. 



16 Feb. 1811 



St. John, Island of Antigua, West indies 1738 

This Lodge appears in writing at end of 1739 list 
without any number. It was kept on the Roll down 
to 1813, Irut made no returns after 1790. 



White Hart, Bow, 



London 1757 



1766, March 19. " No. 63 to pay lawful demands 
to Bro. Fielding at his house, and then remove 
where they think convenient." Stewards^ L. Min. 

Three Crowns, Old Jewry, London 1789 

Queen's Arms Tavern, Cheapside n 179^ 

Queen's Head, Bird in Hand Court, 

Cheapside, n 179^ 

King's Arms, Shoreditch, n 1793 

Queen's Arms, Crown Court, High 

Street, Wapping, n 1794 

Glasgow Arms, Wapping, n 1797 

King of Denmark's Head, n n 1801 

St. Andrew's Tavern, n « 1802 

Inverness Arms, n n 1802 

Ship and Punch Bowl, n 11 1802 

Black Boy, ir n 1803 

White Swan, Wapping Dock, n m 1815 

Coffee House, Shadwell Dock, 1, 1815 

Northumberland Arms, Shadwell Dock, u 1816 
Sir John Barleycorn, Thomas Street, 

Whitechapel Road, n 1819 

Britannia, George PL, St. George's East, u 1823 
New York Coffee House, Sweeting's 

Alley, Cornhill, n 1826 

Harris's Hotel, Parliament Street, n 1831 

Proctor'sHotel,WestminsterBridgeRoad,i, 1832 

Freemasons' Tavern, Great Queen Street, n 1834 

Freemasons' Hall, ir n 1865 



22 Nov. 1738 



14 April 1757 

Centenary Warrant 

^Special Jeiuel), 

14 April 1857. 



[729 



1740 



>7SS 



1770 



1780 



1 781 



[792 



62 

B 



1814 



85 



1832 



75 



1863 



62 



164 



98 



82 



66 



66 



62 



63 



86 76 



63 



Flowerpot, Bishopsgate Street, London 1739 

" Never attended since the Constitution.'' 1741 List. 

"" 165, Flowerpot, Bishopsgate Street, erased for 
not attending the G.M. in Q.C., pursuant to 
notice." G. L~ Mifi.j 24 June 1742. 

Erased 9 April 1743. 



19 Jan. 1739 



178 

B 



165 

A 



11 



82 



64 



Name of Lodge. 



Lodge of Fortitude, 

Named in 1772. 



Denmark Lodge, 

1770. 

United City Lodge, 

1778. 



The Mother Lodge, 

Named in 1766. 



Places of Meeting. 



Date of Warrant 
or Constitution. 



Golden Lion, 



Salford, Lancashire 1739 9 Jan. 1739 



This Lodge appears to have been constituted by 
the Prov. G M., but not returned to G. Lodge at 
the time. Hence it is not in the Lists until 1744, 
when it was given the place and number of the 
vacant No. 165. 

Hare and Hounds, Parsonage Lane, 

ManehesteP, Lancashire 1744 

Tlie Fox, near St. Ann's Square, Manchester I7S3 

White Horse, Hanging Ditch, n 178 

Higher Turk's Head, Shude Hill, .r 180 

King, Oldham Street, ,1 1810 

Woolpack, Bridge Street, n 1816 

Sun, Queen Street, n 1818 

North British Volunteer, Deansgate, u 1821 

Commercial Tavern, Brown Street, m 1828 

Free Vintners, Fish Market, n 1832 

Spread Eagle, Church Street, n 1833 

Gibraltar Hotel, Pall Mall, „ 1S34 

Craven Heifer, Miller Street, n 1839 

Nag's Head, Hanover Street, n if 

Pack Horse Inn, OpenshaW, Lancashire 1S41 

Mill Horse, Old Road, Chsetham, n 1842 
Spread Eagle Hotel, Hanging Ditch, 

ManehesteP 1843 

Freemasons' Hall, Cross Street, n 1845 

Lord Nelson, Ringley Bpidge, Lancashire \l 

Tim Bobbin Inn, MilnrOW, n 1847 

Commercial Inn, m 1857 

Queen's Hotel, Piccadilly, Manchester i860 



Spread Eagle, Gracechurch Street, London 1 740 

Post Boy, Sherborne Lane, Lombard St. , n 1742 

King's Head Tavern, Poultry, n 1746 

Nag's Head Tavern, Leadenhall Street, 11 1769 

Denmark Tavern, Aldgate, n 1770 

Crown and Magpie, Whitechapel, n 1771 

India Warehouses, Fenchurch Street, n 1778 

George and Vulture Tavern, Cornhill, n 178S 

United tijith the " United Traders^ Lod^e" 
No. 16 [No. 25 o/2\ Dec. 1723], in 1791. 
Krased r^ Fcbntary 1791. 



Provincial 

Warrant of 

Confirmation, 

I May 1772. 

Centenary Warrant, 
25 Feb. t88o. 



1729 



1740 



1755 



1770 



1780 



165 

B 



99 



83 



67 



1781 



67 



[792 



63 



1814 



87 



1832 



77 



[863 



64 



16 Jan. 1740 

Is dated 1739 in 
some Lists, but really 
was 16 Jan. 1739-40. 



See page 44. 



IPiace imkiwivii] Birmingham, 

Waiwickshire 1764 

Lapsed shortly after Constitution. 

Made no returns after 1764. It appears however 
in the Ahiman Rezon, as at "George Inn, 
Birmingham," in 1804, " Blrmhigham *' only, in 
1807, and" Digbeth, Birmingham," in 1813. There 
seems to be no justification for these entries. 



Duke of Cumberland, Harbour Street, 

Whitstable, Kent 1813 

Erased^ December 1827. 



Kingston (Kingston, Surrey), Jamaica, 

1 West Indies 1739 

Called " No. i " in 1773. Cease to meet 1796. 

Was kept on the Roll until 1813, but paid nothing 

after 1791. 



King's Head, Butchers'" Row, Portsmouth 

Common [now Portsea], Hampshire 1739 
Erased 14 February 1758. 



14 Dee. 1757 



19 Dee. 1764 



4 June 1813 



14 April 1739 



24 April 1739 



180 



112 



84 



68 



68 



64 

A 



64 

B 



64 

c 



88 



182 



105 



85 



69 



69 



64 



184 



172 



106 



[ 83 ] 



i894 



Name of Lodge. 



No. I of Nova Scotia. 



No. 2 of Nova Scotia. 



Lodge of Sincerity, 

1779. 

A '■^Masters' Lodge" 
1799-1813. 



No.' 3 of Nova Scotia. 



Lodge of Peace and 
Plenty, 1786. 

A "Masters' Lodge," 
1792-1813. 



Places of Meeting. 



British Coffee House, Coclispur Street, 

Ciiaring Cross, London 1739 

Erased 25 March 174s- 



Provincial Grand Lodge of Nova Scotia, 
at Pontac's, Halifax, (Halifax), 

Nova Seotia, North America 1757 
Lapsed be/ore the Union ^1813. 



See page 78. 



Black Bull, New Road, Spalding', 

Lincolnshire 1 739 
Erased ^^ November 1754. 



Rowe Barge, George Street, Halifax, 

(Halifax), 'Sov^SeotiZ., North America l-JSI 
L apsed he/ore 1813. 



Red Bull, Charles Court, Strand, London 1739 

Thistle & Crown, Denmark Court, Strand,ii 1741 

Crown&Ball, Playhouse Yard, Blackfriars,ii 1751 

Green Man, Berwick Street, Soho, n 1777 

Red Lion, Parliament Street, n 1779 

Star & Garter^ King Street, Westminster, h 1783 

Ship, StoneyLane, TooIeySt., Southwarku 1784 

Green Man, m m n 1788 
Joiners' and Feltmakers' Arms, Joiners' 

Street, Southwark, n 1792 

Bermondsey Spa, Bermondsey, n 1798 

Canterbury Arms, Dean St., Southwark, n 1801 

Plymouth Arms, Mill Lane, Tooley St., 11 1807 

The Bull, Bull Court, 1, n 1812 

Spread Eagle, Mill Lane, m n 1817 
Erased 3 March 1830, but ceased working cdjout 1820. 



King's Airms, George Street, Halifax, 

(Halifax), Nova Scotia, North America 1757 
Lapsed before 1813. 



Axe and Gate, King Street, Westminster, 

London 1739 

One Tun, Strand, ii 1751 
Hoop & Grapes, Coventry St. , Haymarket, n 1754 
King's Arms, Wellclose Square, n 1756 
White Swan, Shoe Lane, Fleet Street, ,1 1756 
East India Arms, John Street, Blacks- 
fields, Horsleydown, 11 175^ 
Red Lion, HorsleydownLane, Tooley St. , n 177^ 
New Two Giants, St. John's, Southwark, n 1802 
Anchor and Castle, Tooley Street, n 1811 
Erased -^ March 1830, but made no returns a/teriZi.^. 



{Place iinknowti] Portsmouth, 

Hampshire 1758 
Lapsed about 1762. 

Appears in Ahiman Rezon of 1804, as at 
" Portsmouth," in error. 



Date of Warrant 
or Constitution. 



28 April 1739 



27 Dee. 1757 

Warrant renewed 
2 June 1784. 



21 June 1739 



22 June 1739 



27 Dee. 1757 



29 Aug. 1739 



27 Dec. 1757 



8 Oct. 1739 



15 Feb. 1758 



1729 



1740 



175s 



1770 



1780 



1781 



1792 



I»I4 



1832 



1863 



185 



173 



65 



174 



107 



86 



70 



70 



65 



186 



175 



66 



187 



176 



108 



87 



71 



71 



66 



89 



67 



188 



177 



109 



88 



72 



72 



67 



90 



68 

A 



[ 84 ] 



i894 



65 



Name of Lodge. 



Places of Meeting. 



Date of Warrant 
or Constitution 



1729 



1740 



175s 



1770 



1780 



1781 



1792 



1814 



1832 



1863 



Lodge of Prosperity, 

Named in 1832. 



66 



Grenadiers' Lodge. 



Philanthropic Lodge, 

1770- 



White Horse, Hare Street, Bethnal 

Green, London 1810 

Cock& Magpie, Wilson St., FinsburySq.,Ti 181 

Angel & Crown, Crispin St., Spitalfields,ii 1815 

Spotted Horse, High Street, Shoreditch,ii 1824 

Angel&Crown, CrispinSt.,Spitalfields, ic 1826 

Grapes, Little Paternoster Row, ir n 1832 

George and Vulture Tavern, Cornhill, n li 
Duke of Sussex, Thrawl Street, 

Spitalfields, n iS 

Queen's Arms, Commercial Street, 

Whitechapel. n 1846 

Square and Compasses, Norton Folgate,ii 1847 

Blade Bone Tavern, Betlinal Green Road, n 1849 

Sun Tavern, Bishopsgate Street, n 1850 

Horns Tavern, No. I Hackney Road, .1 1852 

Earl of Durham, Murray St., Hoxton, n 1854 
Wenlock Arms, Wenlock Road, 

City Road, m 1855 

White Hart Tavern, Bishopsgate Street, ,1 1855 
Freemasons' Club, 23 Little Bell 

Alley, Moorgate Street, n 1863 

Rosemary Branch Tavern, Hoxton, 11 1863 

Masons' Arms Tavern, Masons' 

Avenue, Basinghall Street, n 1 

Jolly Anglers, Bath Street, Old Street, m 1866 

George Hotel, Aldermanbury, n 1866 

Guildhall Tavern, Gresham Street, n 1 



London 1739 



6 June 1810 



May Fair, 

Sun and Falcon, Down Street, 

Hyde Park Corner, 1 
Running Horse, n 1 

Horse Grenadier, n 1 

King's Arms and One Tun, n 1 

White Swan, Mount Street, Grosvenor 

Square, 1 

Pytt's Head, May Fair, 
Albemarle Arms, South Audley Street, 
Berkeley Arms, John St. , Berkeley Square 
Coach and Horses, Frith Street, Soho, 
Cleveland Arms, Great Quebec Street, 

Portland Square, 
King's Arms, Lower Brook Street, 

Grosvenor Square, 
Manchester Coffee House, Manchester 

Street, Manchester Square, 
Globe Tavern, Great Titchfield Street, 
Freemasons' Tavern, Great Queen Street, 
Freemasons' Hall, n 



68 

B 



91 



78 



65 



1744 
1 745 
1750 

1755 

1764 
1764 
1764 
1789 
1790 

1793 
1795 

1799 
181' 
181 
1865 



25 Oct. 1739 

Warrant of 

Confirmation, 

II February 1818. 

Centenary Warrant, 

5 July 1875- 



Wheatsheaf, Gallowtree Gate, 

Leicester, Leicestershire iTi9 
Lapsed. Erased 4 April 1744. 



Red Bull, Long Lane, West Smithfield, 

London i753 

White Bear, Aldersgate Street, n 1755 

Red Bull, Long Lane, West Smithfield, n 1756 

Horse & Groom, nr Leather Lane, Holbornn 1 761 

Bell Inn, opposite Fetter Lane, 11 1762 

Turk's Head, Drury Lane, 11 1764 

Angeland Porter, Golden Lane, Barbican, n 1765 

Queen's Head, Gray's Inn Gate, Holbornn 1765 
Erased 2,^ October 1781. 



189 



178 



110 



89 



73 



73 



68 



92 79 



66 



7 Dec. 1739 



1753 



See page 82. 



16 Jan. 1740 



179 

A 



179 

B 



111 



90 



74 



74 



180 



112 



i894 



Name of Lodge. 



Lodge Perfect Union 
of Strangers. 



67 



Lodge of Prudence, 

1774- 

United Lodge of 
Prudence and Peter, 

1793- 

Lodge of Prudence 
and Peter, 1794- 

A "Masters' Lodge,'" 
1792-99. 



Pythagoric Lodge, 

1769, or earlier. 



The 3rd Lodge, 174°- 
Tlie 1st Lodge of Bengal, 

1773- 

Lodge Star in the 
East, 

Named in 1790. 



Places of Meeting. 



Private Room, Lausanne, in the Canton 
of Berne [now in the Canton of 

Vaud], Switzerland 1740 

Declared itself a Grand Lodge. Was closed by 
the State 3 March 1743. 

Erased from English List in 1769. 



White I.ion, High Street, BanbUFy, 

Oxjordshire 1740 
Three Lions [Oxford Arms], Banbury 1741 

Erased 27 January 1768. 



See page 82. 



Philadelphia (Piiiiadelpliia), 

Pennsylvania, U.S. of America 1758 

Appears in Ahiman Rezon of 1813, but surrendered 
its Warrant, and took a new one from the Prov. G.L. 
of Pennsylvania, 10 February 1780. It is not 
mentioned in Ahiman Rezon of 1804 or 1807. 

Now No. 2 on Reg. of G. L. of Pennsylvania. 



White Swan, Little St. Andrew's Street, 

Seven Dials, London 1740 

St. George and Dragon, Castle Street, 

Leicester Fields, n 1742 

DukeWilliam'sHead[DukeofCiimber- 

land],St. Martin's .St. , Leicester Square, M 1748 

The Ship, James .Street, Covent Garden, n 1752 

Griffin, Half Moon Street, Piccadilly, it 1774 

United with " .9^. Petet^s Lodge" No. 327 
\No. 499, o/\t Dec. 1776], in 1793. 

Bell, Upper Mount Street, Grosvenor Sq. ,11 1 793 

Griffin, Half Moon Street, Piccadilly, m 1794 

Bell, Upper Mount Street, Grosvenor Sq., n 1795 
Old Chesterfield Arms, Shepherd's 

Market, May Fair, >i 1797 

Unitediuith " Ionic Lodge " No. 8 [No. g, 0/ May 
1722], in 1800, ajidwas Erased 12 February 1800. 



Red Lion, Tower Street, Bristol, 

Gloncestcrshire 1 740 
Mourning Btish Tavern, Corn Street, Bristol 1756 
Fountain, High Street, n 1766 

Erased -zZ A pril ZT]s- Reiiistaied\^ Nov, 1776. 
Bull Tavern, High Street, Bristol 1776 

Erased again 9 April 1783. 



Lebeck's Head, Catherine Street, 

Strand, London 174° 

Three Tuns, HoughtonSt.,ClareMarket, „ 1742 

United mith No. 102 \_No. 114, o/i-i, May 1733], 
and surrendered its Warrant 26 February 1745. 

" Constitution resigned." MS. on 1744 List. 



[Place unknmvn'] 



Calcutta, Bengal, 

India 



1740 



Not in Lists until 1750. 

" It was ordered that the Lodge called the Third 
Lodge at Calcutta in the East Indies, at their 
request, be enrolled in the List of Regular Lodges, 
agreeable to the date of their Constitution." G. L. 
Min.f 16 Dec. 1747. 

Hare Street, Calcutta 1835 

Freemasons' Hall, 55 Bentinck Street, n 1862 



Date of Warrant 
or Constitution. 



1740 



1755 



1770 



1780 



1781 



1792 



1814 



1832 



1863 



2 Feb. 1740 



31 March 1740 



14 April 1739 



7 June 1758 



26 June 1740 



10 July 1740 



4 Nov. 1740 



16 April 1740 

Warrant of 
Confirmation, 
3 Nov. 1813. 

[Recites Warrant 
of 24 June 1740]. 

Centenary Warrant 
{Special Jewel) t 



187 113 



181 



182 



114 



69 



183 



115 



91 



75 



75 



69 



184 



116 



92 



76 



76 



185 

A 



185 

B 



117 



93 



77 



77 



70 



93 



80 



67 



86 



1894 



Name of Lodge. 



St. George's Lodge, 

1802. 



68 



St. Michael's Lodge. 



Luttmann Lodge, 

1740. 

Lodge Absalom, 174s- 



Tyrian Lodge, 1770 



Places of Meeting. 



Royal Mariners' Lodge, 

TS09. 

Royal Clarence Lodge 
of Mariners, 



Royal Clarence 
Lodge, 

1849. 



White Bear, Hide Hill, Berwick-On- 

Tweed, Northuinberland 1758 

Angel Inn, High Street, Berwick-on-Tweed 1774 

White Bear, Hide Hill, 11 1788 

Angel Inn, High Street, n 1794 

King's Arms, Hide Hill, n 1796 

Angel Inn, High Street, n 1799 

Erased 5 Deceiuher 1827. 



{^Piace unhwwn'\ Birmingham, 

Warwickshire 175^ 

Lapsed about 1760, but appears in Ahiman Rezon 
of 1804 and 1813, as at " Red Lion, Birmingham," 
and in 1807 " Birmingham " only. 



See page 93. 

Bridgetown, Island of Barbados, 

West Indies 1740 

Freemasons' Hall, Bridgetown 1772 

See No. 132 of 30 October 1818. 



19 July 1758 

Warrant of Renewal, 
26 Feb. 1788. 



See page 85. 



Hamburg [Free City], Lower Saxony, 

Germany 1740 
The English Tavern, Hamburg 1745 

Bunch of Grapes, Decker Street, n 1758 

This Lodge is stated to be a successor, without a 
lapse, of No. 124 of 1733. See page 65. 

Joined the Strict Observance, -^ojanjiary 1765, 
became dormant 1768. Was Erased/rom Euetish 
List in 1769. Joined the renewed English Prov. 
G. L. in 1782, which became an Independent G. L. 
in 1811. See No. 506 o/^^ August T786. 



St. George and Dragon, Tangier Street, 

Whitehaven, Cumberland 1741 
Erased ^-^ January 1768. 



Ship and Castle, High Street, 

Haverfordwest, Pembrokeshire 1 74 
Three Cranes, High Street, Haverfordwest 1766 
Erased 23 April 1773. 



Eleventh Regiment of Foot 

Lapsed about 1767. 



Date of Warrant 
or Constitution. 



6 Dee. 1758 



28 Nov. 1813 



12 March 1740 



2 Feb. 1740 



23 Oct. 1740 



1758 



\^Place unknovitil Sheffield, Yorkshire 1 772 
Lapsed shortly aftej wards. 



Freemasons' Hall, Paradise Square, 

ShelBeld, Yorkshire 1776 

I^afsed about 1788, but appears in Aiiiman Rezo7i 
^1804 and 1807. 



Talbot Inn, Redcliff Hill, Bristol, 

Gloucestershire 

Some Members of No. 162 (A) paid {.^ 5s. od. to 
acquire No. 72 in 1807. 

Mulberry Tree, Broad Street, Bristol 

Talbot Inn, Redcliff Hill, „ 

Castle and Ball, Lower Castle Street, n 
Freemasons' Hall, Bridge Street, n 

Freemasons' Hall, Park Street, ir 



1807 



1810 
1816 
18 
1872 



19 March 1741 



14 April 1741 



15 Nov. 1758 



23 Sept. 1772 



6 Sept. 1776 



14 Sept. 1807 

Warrant of 
Confirmation, 
21 Aug. 1824. 



1740 



'755 



1770 



1780 



[781 



1792 



186 



187 



108 

B 



118 



94 



78 



78 



71 



119 



188 



189 



120 



121 



95 



70 



1814 



94 



1832 



71 

A 



71 

B 



72 

A 



72 

B 



72 
c 



72 

D 



95 



81 



[ 87 ] 



i894 



Name of Lodge. 



69 Old French Lodge, 

1758. 

Lodge of Unity, 

1777. 



AbifTs Lodge, 1814- 



Places of Meeting. 



IIoop& Grapes, Greek St., Soho, London 1742 



Hoop&Grapes, CoventrySt., Haymarket,ii 
King's Arms, Wellclose Square, n 

Hoop&Grapes, CoventrySt. , Haymarket,ii 
White Swan, Grafton Street, Soho, m 

Two Chairmen, Little Warwick Street, 

Charing Cross, n 

The Tower, New Bond Street, m 

Two Chairmen, Charing Cross, n 

Horse and Dolphin, St. Martin's Street, 

Leicester Square, 11 

Barn, St. Martin's Lane, n 

Repository Coffee House, Little St. 

Martin's Lane, n 

Porcupine, Newport St. , Newport Market, n 
Thistle and Crown, Suffolk Street, n 

Anchor and Vine, Uuckingham Court, 

Charing Cross, n 

Duke's Court, St. Martin's Lane, n 

Star & Garter Tavern, St. Martin's Lane, n 
Coach and Horses, Castle Street, 

Leicester Square, n 

Black Prince, Chandois Street, 

St. Martin's Lane, n 

Garrick'sHead, Bow St., Covent Garden,.! 
Lord Cochrane, Spring Gardens, 

Charing Cross, n 

Wheatsheaf Tavern, Strand, n 

Two Angels and Crown, Little 

St. Martin's Lane, n 

Percy Arms, Church Court, Strand, n 

Shakespeare Tavern, Great Russell Street, 

Covent Garden, n 

Ship Tavern, GateSt., Lincoln's InnFieldsii 
Essex Head, Essex Street, Strand, m 

George and Dragon, Greek Street, n 

Bedford Head, Maiden Lane, Covent 

Garden, " 

London Tavern, Bishopsgate Street, m 
Innsof Court Hotel, Lincoln's Inn Fields,ii 



Date of Warrant 
or Constitution. 



1743 
1756 
1757 
1758 

1764 
1777 
17K1 

1785 



1794 
1795 

1800 
1802 
1803 

1805 

1807 
1808 

1810 
1812 

1813 
1818 

1824 
1826 
183 1 
1S33 

1833 
1836 
1876 



13 April 1742 

Warrant of 
Confirmation, 
24 April 1824. 

Centenary Warrant, 
22 Dec. 1868. 



[Place unkii(rwii'\ Reading, Beikshire 1759 
Lapsed shortly aftei wards. 



[Place unknown'] Reading, Berkshire 1771 

Is mentioned in Calendar for 1800 and in Ahiman 
Rezon of 1804 as at the " Dolphin, Reading," but 
the Lodge had lapsed about 1775. 

Petition from a former Member of No. 73 rejected, 
" the Lodge having not contributed for some time 
past to the fund of Charity." G. L. Min., 21 Jan. 
1779. 



White Hart Tavern, Church Street, 

j I Framlingham, Suffolk 1808 

i " White Hart " in Register. " White Lion " in 
G. L. Pro. 1809. 

Bell Inn, High Street, Saxmundham, 

Sufolk 18 1 1 
Krased in 1832. 



Old Road, Island of St. Christopher, 

West Indies 1742 
Not in Lists until 1756. Erased in 1813. 



740 



1755 



190 



122 



[770 



96 



1780 



79 



1781 



79 



1792 



72 



1814 



96 



1832 



82 



1863 



69 



17 Jan. 1759 



20 Dee. 1771 



2 June 1808 



73 

A 



73 

B 



73 

o 



97 



17 June 1742 



123 



97 



80 



80 73 



88 



Name of Lodge. 



70 St. John's Lodge, 

Named in 1807. 
Removed 6 August 1828. 

St. John the Baptist 
Lodge, 

1828-1858. 

St. John's Lodge, 



Union Lodge. 



Port Royal Lodge. 



Lodge St. George. 



Places of Meeting. 



Date of Warrant 
or Constitution. 



In His Majesty's Third Regiment of Foot, 

Castle Inn, CastleSt., Exeter, /'ctw"/^"^ 1 759 
Coach and Horses, Paris Street, Exeter 1771 

George Inn, North Street, n 1793 

Oat Sheaf, Fore Street, n 1809 

Bull Inn, Goldsmith Street, n 1814 

Elephant Inn, North Street, n 1818 

Half MooTi Inn, High Street, 1. 1820 

Star Inn, St. John's Bow, Fore Street, n 1824 
Golden Ball, Mary Arches Street, 11 1825 

York Inn, High Street, EaSt StOnehOUSe, 

Devonshire 1828 
Commei-cial Hotel, Old Town Street, 

Plymouth, Devonshire 1828 
Custom House Tavern, Parade, Plymouth 1836 
Commercial Hotel, Old Town Street, ti 1839 
IVlasonic Hall, Union Street, m 1857 

St. John's Masonic Hall, Courtenay St.,-, i860 
H uyshe Masonic Temple, Princess Place, n 1 866 
Masonic Rooms, 193 Union Street, 11 
Freemasons' Hall, I Princess Square, n 



FFankfopt-on-the-Main [Free City], 

Germany 1742 

Incorrectly called " Union of Ang;els" in Lists 
1742-1769. 

In Grand Lodge Minutes is designated " Two 
Angels and Broken Bones.'' It became independent 
of England in 1782, but returned to tlie English rule 
from 1789 to 1823, when it became a Memijer of tlie 
Eclectic Union. 

It should have 7'emained on the English Register 
vniil 1823, but xvas taken off in 1813. It hoivevey 
reappeared iu 1822 as No. 96-74, and iv as finally 
erased in 1823. 

Still exists under the Mother Lodge of the Eclectic 
Union. 



Three Horse Shoes, Corn Square, 

Leominster, Herefmdshire 1742 
Erased IT January 1768. 



Port Royal (Port Royal, Surrey), 

Jamaica, West indies 1742 
Erased in 1772. 



The Angel and Crown, Dolgelly, 

Merionethshire 1 743 
Erased 12 April 1780. 



Emperor's Court, Hamburg, [Free City], 

Germany 1743 

Joined the Strict Observance, 30 January 1765, 
•was erased from English List in 1769. Joined the 
renewed English Prov. G, L. in 1782, which be- 
came an Independent G. L. in 1811. See No. 507, 
^24 August 1786. 



White Lion, Broad Street, Bristol, 

Gloucestershire 1 744 
Bull, High Street, Bristol 1756 

" No Lodge for many years.'' MS., 1766. 
Erased iu 1766. 



Seventy-second Regiment of Foot i7S9 

Lapsed about 1764. 

The Stewards' Lodge Min. of 24 January 1778, 
state that " the Regiment was disbanded," but the 
Lodge continued in Ahiman Rezon Lists of 1804, 
1807, and 1813. 



21 March 1759 

Warrant of Renewal, 
II Nov, 1771. 

Centenary Warrant 
{Special Jewel), 
24 March 1863. 



1740 



1755 



1770 



1780 



1781 



1792 



74 



1814 



98 



1832 



83 



1863 



70 



17 June 1742 

(Date of 

Constitution). 

"Warrant dated 

8 Feb. 1743. 



II Oct. 1742 



1742 



17 Sept. 1743 



24 Sept. 1743 



192 



124 



98 



81 



81 



74 



191 



193 



125 



126 



20 March 1744 



18 March 1769 



194 



196 



127 



99 



100 



128 



195 



129 



75 

A 



[ 89 ] 



71 



Name of Lodge. 



Pplnee George Lodge. 



Lodge Zerubabel, 

Called " New Lodge " only 
in Engraved Lists. 



72 



Lodge of Unity, 

Named in i8ii. 



" Dormant five years." 
F.Q.R.t 1850. 



Royal Jubilee Lodge 

Named in 1813. 



Places of Meeting. 



Swan, King Street, Sheffield, Yorkshire 1 761 
N'o. 8t? (A) took No. 75 (A) in 1764. 
Lapsed about April 1765. 

George Town (Winyaw), South 

Carolina, U.S. of America 1743 
Not in Lists until 1760. 
Erased in 1813. 



Copenhagen (Zealand), 

Seceders from No 
1743-4. Joined 



Denmark 1745 



Formed by Seceders from No. 204, under 
dispensation in 1743-4. Joined the Strict 
Observance in May 1765. Erased from English 
Roll in 1769. After varied fortunes amalgamated 
with " St. Martin's Lodge," No. 204, and a Lodge 
" Frederick," constituted by Strict Observance in 
17S8, under the name of " Zerubabel and Frederick 
of Crowned Hope." Passed to G. L. of Denmark, 
on its foundation, in 1792. 

Still exists on the Register of G. L. of Denmark. 



St. Jago de la Vega [now Spanish 

Town], (St. Catherine, Middlesex), 

Jamaica, IVest Indies 
Not in List until 1751. 
Erased in 1773. 



1746 



\_Place unknown'] Shrewsbury, Shropshire 1759 

Lapsed shortly afterwards- 

Is in each of the Ahiman Rezons, 1804, 1807, and 
1813, in error, as at the '" Green Man, Shrewsbury.'* 



The Bear, Market Place, Norwich, Norfolk 1750 

The Angel, 11 it 1766 

Queen's Head, Aele, Norfolk 1785 

Erased 10 February 1790. Reinstated 13 April 1791. 

Queen's Head, Acle 1 791 

The Bear, Bridgefoot, Southtown, 

Great Yarmouth, Norfolk 1791 

Wrestler's Inn, Great Yarmouth 1805 

Nelson's Hotel, n 1806 

Half Moon, Market Place, 1. 1808 

Duke's Head, n 1812 

George and Dragon, High Street, 

Lowestoft, Suffolk 1814 

Queen's Head, High Street, Lowestoft 1821 

Crown Hotel, n ir 1854 

Suffolk Hotel, London Road, n 1857 

Masonic Hall, m " 1873 



\Place unknown"] 
Last entry 3 Bee. 1783. 



London 1759 

Lapsed about 1784. 



Golden Ijon, Great Prescot Street, 

Goodman's Fields, London 1810 

King's Head Tavern, Fenchurch Street, „ 181 1 

Excise Coffee House, Old Broad Street, „ 1813 

Three Lords, Minories, n 1814 

Golden Hind, Little Moorfields, m 1817 

Dial, Long Alley, Moorfields, n 1819 

Robin Hood, Holborn, m 1821 
Hole-in-the-Wall, Gate Street, Lincoln's 

Inn Fields, n 1822 

Crown & Barley Mow, Gray's Inn Lane, ir 1823 

Paul's Head, Paul Street, Finsbury, m 1829 

Hercules Pillars, Great Queen Street, n 1835 
Crown Tavern, Stationers' Court, 

Ludgate Hill, n 1836 
Green Man and Bell, Dark House Lane, 

Lower Thames Street, n 1837 

Gerard's Hall Hotel, Basing Lane, n 1842 
Bridge House Hotel, London Bridge, 

Southwark, ir 1851 

Anderton's Hotel, Fleet Street, 1, 1852 



Date of Warrant 
or Constitution. 



21 Jan. 1761 



1743 



26 Oct. 1745 



29 April 1746 



5 Sept. 1759 



9 May 1747 

Warrant of 

Confirmation, 

8 March 1810. 

Centenary Warrant, 

25 Sept. 1879. 



5 June 1759 



15 Oet. 1810 



1740 



I7SS 



1770 



1780 



1781 



1792 



1814 



1832 



1863 



85 
75 



197 



247 



130 



101 



82 



82 



75 



208 



131 



102 



76 



198 



132 



103 



83 



83 



76 



99 



84 



71 



77 

A 



77 

B 



100 



85 



72 



12 



L 90 ] 



1894 



Name of Lodge. 



A New Lodge. 



Places of Meeting. 



Date of Warrant 
or Constitution. 



Island of St. EuStatiUS [Dutch Island], 

West Indies 1747 
Not in List until 1755. 
Krasedin 1813. 



The George, Church I.ane, 

KingSton-upon-Hull, Yorkshire 1759 
Lapsed about 1761. 

It appears, in error, in Ahiman Rezon of 1804 and 
1813, but not in 1807. 



Union Coffee House, Market Place, 

Norwich, Norfolk 1749 

Not in Lists until 1750, and then as No. 140, but 
having been placed too high was altered to No. 199 
in 1752, that number being blank in the Lists of 
T750 and 1751. 

Maid's Head, Cook Row, Norwich 1750 

King's Head, Market Place, n 1757 

Maid's Head, Cook Row, n 1757 

Angel, Market Place, m 1796 

Erased 10 February 1B09. 



King George III. Lodge, 

1821. 



Prince George Lodge, 

178.. 

Freemasons' Hall Medal 
(1783). 



6 June 1747 



3 Sept. 1759 



5 Jan. 1748 

Constituted 
18 Oct. 1749. 



.Spring Clock, Beach Street and High Street, 
GospOFt, Hampshire 
Theatre Tavern, High Street, 

Portsmouth, Hampshire 
West India and Quebec Tavern, 

Broad .Street, Portsmouth 
Dolphin Tavern, High Street, n 

Crown Inn, High Street, « 

Quebec Tavern, Broad Street, n 

King's Arms, Grand Parade, 11 

Falstaff Tavern, Bath Square, it 

Anchor and Hope Tavern, St. George's 

Square, Portsea, Hampshire 

Three Tuns, 94 High Street, Portsmouth 
Isle of Man, Broad Street, n 

Wheatsheaf, Ordnance Row, Portsea 

Erased and Warrant returned 13 June 1832. 



1759 
1779 

179 

1795 
1797 
1799 
1800 
1806 



1819 
182 
1825 
1828 



5 Sept. 1759 

Warrant of Renewal 
30 Aug. 1780. 



[740 



268 



140 

B 

199 



1755 



133 



136 



770 



1780 



1781 



1792 



1814 



1832 



1863 



104 84 84 



105 85 85 



Pope's Head, Pike Street, Plymouth, 

Devonshire 1748 
Not in List until 1751. 

Prince George, Foxhole Key, Plymouth 1763 

* Erased 12 April 1780, consequently not in List 
of that year. Reinstated inij^z, thus making an 
alteration in the numbers in 1781. 

Prince George, Foxhole Key, Plymouth 1781 

Fountain Tavern, Grand Parade, n 1797 

Guildhall, High Street, n 1806 

Erased $ Match 1828. 



Mitre, Woolster Street, Plymouth, 

Devonshire 1748 

N.B. — In the " Constitutions " of 1756, the 
numbers of the above two Lodges are transposed, 
viz., " 203-134 Mitre, Plymouth, 15 June 1748 ; 
200-135 Bishop's Head, Plymouth, 1 May 1748. ' 

Nos. 200, 201, and 202 were numbered 141, 142, 
and 143 immediately following igg in the Engraved 
List of 1750. The error was corrected in 1751. 

Erased in 1758. 



See page 92. 



1 May 1748 



203 



15 June 1748 



31 March 1749 



200 



201 



77 



78 



78 



79 



101 



134 



135 



137 



106 



86 



79 



102 



[ 91 ] 



i894 



Name of Lodge. 



73 



Lodge of Eleusinian 
Mysteries, 1822. 



Mount Lebanon 
Lodge, • 

Named in 1818. 



No. 1 Lodge. 



St. John's Lodge, 
No. 2. - 

2nd Lodge in Boston, 

1768. 



Places of Meeting. 



See page 92. 
See page 90. 
See page 92. 

Upper Ship Inn, Duke Street, Reading, 

Berkshire 1759 
Lapsed about ij6^, but appears as at the " Ship, 
Duke Street," in Cat. 1800, and in Ahiman Rezon 
of 1804 and 1813, as at *' The Ship, Reading." Is 
not in Ahiman Rezon 1807. 



Green Dragon, Cockey Lane, NOPWich, 

Norfolk 1750 

The Guild, Colegate Street, Norwich 1752 

Three Tuns, St. Peter's Mancroft, n 1756 

Rampant Horse Tavern, Rampant 

Horse Street, ,, 1759 

The Sun, St. Peter's Mancroft, tr 1763 

PrinceofWales,S. John's, Madder Mkt,ii 1773 

Bear and Ragged Staff, fisher's Lane, n 1775 

Red Cow, Cow Hill, St. Giles, 1, 1785 

Castle and Lion, White Lion Street, n 1795 

Labour in Vain, Gaol Hill, n 1797 

Horse and Groom, Castle Street, w 1800 

Church Stile, Upper Market Street, >i 1S05 

lilack Hull, Magdalen Street, n 1810 

Freemasons' Tavern, Elm Hill, n 1822 

Greyhound Inn, Surrey Street, 11 1831 

Last Minutes 23/««£'i834. Last payment March 
1835. Erased X June \%s?f 



[Place unknownl London 1760 

King's Head, James St., Covent Garden, n 1780 

Sun, Gate Street, Lincoln's Inn Fields, n 1792 

Bull, Devonshire Street, Bishopsgate St. ,11 1792 

Angel, City Road, 11 1794 

Cheshire Cheese, Spitalfields Market, n 1795 

Red Lion, Old Street, .. 1799 

Tobit's Dog, St. Paul's Churchyard, n 1802 

Coach and Horses, Aldersgate Street, n 1806 

Spread Eagle, Whiteeross Street, ir 1808 

Btdl and Ram, Old Street, m 1817 

St. Luke's Tavern, Old Street, <\ 1818 

Jolly Anglers, Bath Street, Old Street, „ 1825 
Shakespeare's Head, Percival Street, 

Clerkenwell, n 1826 

Roebuck, Great DoverStreet, Southwark, 11 1830 
Coach and Horses, Northumberland 

Alley, Fenchurch Street, " 1835 

George and Vulture Tavern, Cornhill, n .1837 

Hope Tavern, Banner Street, St. Luke's, ir 1839' 

Hercules Tavern, Lead enhall Street, n 1841 

Green Man Tav.,Tooley St.,Southwarl^,M 1843 

Bridge House Hotel, London Bridge,!! i! 1862 

Green Man Tavern, Tooley Street, i! i! 1865 

Bridge House Hotel, London Bridge, !i !i 1867 



MinOFCa (Balearic Islands), Spain 1750 

Not in List until 1753. 

Minorca was under English rule from 1708-1758, 

and from 1763-1782. 

Erased in 1767, 



Royal Exchange, BostOn, 

Massachusetts, U.S. ofAvierica 1749 
Not in List until 1768. 
British Coffee House, King Street, Boston 1768 

Unitedwitk "St. JohtCs Lodge^ No. i," theji 
No. 42 {^No. 126, of-io July 1733], 7 February 1783, 
but was kept on our Register until 1813. 



Date of Warrant 
or Constitution. 



5 May 1749 
1 May 1748 
9 Oet. 1749 

13 Oet. 1759 



1740 

202 
203 
204 



175s 



138 



139 



[770 



1780 



1781 



1792 



1814 



1832 



1863 



9 Jan. 1750 

Warrant of 
Confirmation, 
I August 1822. 



29 Feb. 1760 

Duplicate Warrant, 
27 Dec. 1794. 

Centenary Warrant, 
II June 1877. 



9 Feb. 1750 



15 Feb. 1749 



80 



205 



140 



107 



86 



87 



80 



103 86 



81 



104 



87 



73 



213 



141 

A 



141 

B 



108 



87 



88 



81 



92 



i894 



Name of Lodge. 



No. 1. 



Lodge of Orange. 



St. Martin's Lodge, 

Named 13 January 1745. 



74 



Athol Lodge, 

Named in 1811. 



No. 2 Lodge. 



Marble Head Lodge. 



Places of Meeting. 



Date of Warrant 
or Constitution. 



Spanish Town, one of the Virgin 

Islands, fVest Indies 1760 

Lapsed shortly after C onstztution^ hut appears (jn 
error) inAhimanRezonsof^%o\, 1807 and iZt-i. 



Halifax (Halifax), Nova Scotia, 

North America 1749 
Not in List until 1770. 
prased in 1813. 



Black Bear, Sidney Street, Cambridge, 

Cambridgeshire 1 749 
Sun, Trinity Street, Cambridge 1762 

King's Head Inn, Sidney Street, n 1770 

Black Bull Inn, Trumpington Street, m 1772 
Black Bear, Sidney Street, n 1779 

Erased 2 February 1785. 



31 March 1749 



City of Rotterdam, 



Holland 1749 



Did not join G. L q/HoUa/id. Must have died 
about 1756. Erasedfrom English Register in 1769. 



Copenhagen (Zealand), Denmark 1743 

See Note to Lodge " Zerubabel," page 89. 

Not in our List until 1751. 

Erased in 1769, but had previotcsly {May 1765) 
joined the Strict Observance, 



Unicorn, Hillgate, StOCkport, Cheshire 1760 
Talbot, Brinksway, Stockport 1760 

Bowling Green, Teviotdale, n 1766 

White Lion, Underbank, n 1767 

Talbot, Brinksway, n 177 

Bro. Spencer's, n 1773 

Widow Brook's, HeatOnNorriS,Zfl«(rai/^/re 1784 
Red Lion, Heaton Lane, StOCkport 1791 

Cancelled 5 June 1793. 
It nevertheless appears as at " Red Lion, Stockport," 
in Ahiman Rezon of 1804 and 1807. 



Swan, Great Brook Street, Birmingham, 

Warwickshire 1811 
Cup, Stafford Street, Birmingham 1812 

King's Head Inn, Worcester Street, n 1831 
Cup, Stafford Street, n 1832 

Shepherd & Shepherdess, Old Cross St. ,11 1835 
While Hart Inn, Digbeth, n 1851 

Masonic Hall, Severn Street, n 1859 



Minorca (Balearic Islands), Spain 1750 

Not in List until 1753. See page 91, 
Erased in 1767. 



Marble Head, Massachusetts Bay, 

Massachusetts, U.S. of America \1(iQ 

Not in List until 1768. Date in List is stated to 
be 25 May 1750, but the later date appears to be 
correct according^ to the American Records. A 
Renewal of Constitution, dated 14 January 1778, 
refers to the " Original Charter '' of March 25, 1760. 

Was kept on our Register until 1813, hut 
had become part of the G. L. of Massachusetts, 
5 March 1792. 



21 May 1760 



1749 



5 May 1749 



9 Oct. 1749 

Constituted 
II November 1743. 



24 June 1760 

Said to have been 
founded i Jan. 1759. 



16 July 1811 



23 May 1750 



25 March 1760 



1740 



1755 



1770 



1780 



1781 



1792 



1814 



1832 



1863 



82 



109 



88 



89 



82 



201 



137 



110 



89 



90 



202 



138 



204 



139 



83 

A 



83 

B 



105 



88 



74 



214 



142 

A 



142 

B 



111 



90 



91 



83 



[ 93 ] 



i894 



Name of Lodge. 



United Lodge of 
Friendship. 



Clarence Lodge, 

1809. 



No. 3 Lodge. 



New Haven Lodge, 
Also called Hiram, No. j 



Swaffham New Lodge. 



PLA.CES OF Meeting. 



[P/ace unknown] BviStol, G/ouces/ersh'fi 1761 
Hull Tavern, High Street, Bristol 1768 

Lapsed about iTjo. Is in Cal. o/i%oo and in 
Ahiman Rezon ^1804. 



Chequers Tavern, High Street and 

London Road, SevenoakS, Kent 1806 

Lapsed before 1813. 



Private Room, 



Fowey, Cornwall 1 813 



This Lodge should have been numbered 95 at 
the Union ; the reason for its being placed lower 
down on the Roll is not manifest. 

Erased 5 March 1828. 



Sandy Point, Island of 

St. Christopher, West Indies 1750 
Erased in 1822, 



See page 89. 

Minorca ( Balearic Islands), 

Not in List until 1753. See page gi. 
Erased in 1767. 



Date of Warrant 
or Constitution. 



21 Jan. 1761 



26 March 1806 



28 [Nov.] 1813 

28 Dec, 1813, in 
Register, which was 
after date of Union, 
and could not be 
correct. 



20 July 1750 

Warrant of 

Confirmation, 

23 November 1S08. 

21 Jan. 1761 



Spain 1750 24 June 1750 



New Haven (New Haven Bay), 

Connecticut, U.S. of America 1750 
House of JehielTuttle, New Haven, '27 Dec. 1750 
Golden Lion, 11 1768 

Not in List until 1768. 
Was kept on our Register until 1813, hut left 
our Jurisdiction on the formation of the G. L, of 
Con7iecticut^ B Jjcly 1789. 

Now No. I on Reg. of G. L. of Connecticut. 



See page 39. 



Hole in the Wall, Hole in the Wall Lane, 

Norwich, Norfolk 175 

The Unicorn, Norwich 1756 

Golden Key, Haymarket, St. Peter's 

Mancroft, n 1763 

King and Miller, St. Bennet, n 1765 

Waggon and Horses, Tombland, n 1773 

Swan with two Necks, St. Martin at 

Oak, Oak Street, .. 1774 

Wax Candle, St. John's Madder Market, m 1776 

Unicorn, m h m 1782 

Unicorn, Coslany Street, St. Mary's, n 1792 

Greenland Fishery, Coslany Street, n 1799 

White Horse, Haymarket, n 1805 

Lapsed in 1805. 



Greyhound Inn, Market Place, 

SwafTham, Norfolk 1805 

No returns or payments after 1813. Erased 
5 December 1827. 

See page 89. 

The Sun and 13 Cantons, Great Pulteney 

Street, Golden Square, London 175^ 

Not in List until 1756. 
Crown and Anchor, Strand, n 1759 

Erased 23 April 1773. 



12 Nov. 1750 



6 Mar. 1761 



12 Feb. 1751 



740 



1755 



1770 



1780 



1781 



1792 



1814 



1832 



1863 



84 

A 



84 

B 



71 

B 



106 



206 



215 



144 



143 

A 



143 

B 



112 



91 



92 



84 



107 



85 



113 



92 



93 



85 



86 



207 



145 



114 



93 



94 



86 

A 



1805 



29 April 1746 



26 Feb. 1751 

Is dated 26 Feb. 

1756 in 1756^ List, 26 
Feb. 1755 in Lists 

1757 to 1763, and 26 
Feb. 1751 in Lists 
from, 1766. 



86 

B 



108 



208 



212 



115 



94 



i894 



Name of Lodge. 



Good Intent Lodge. 



75 



76 



Lodge of Love and 
HonouF, 

Named in 1773. 

Freemasons' Hall Medal 
(1783). 



Lodge of Economy, 

Named in 1816. 



77 



Friendly Lodge, 1824. 

Lodge of Friendship, 

1827. 



No. 1, Philadelphia. 



Places of Meeting. 



Lodge of Freedom, 

Named in 1789. 



Date of Warrant 
or Constitution. 



1740 



I7SS 



1770 



1780 



1781 



1792 



1814 



1832 



1863 



Leicester" Militia, Leicestershire 1761 

Lapsed ahout 1764. 



Salutation Inn, Beast Market, Stamford, 

Nortliaiiiptonshire 1S03 

[Part of Stamford is in Lincolnshire.] 
Erased 5 December 1827. 



King's Arms, Market Strand, Falmoutil, 

Cornwall 175 

Royal Standard, \iinhiowri\ Falmouth 1782 

King's Arms, Market Strand, " 1799 

Royal Hotel, Market Street, m 1820 

Freemasons' Hall, Church Street, •\ \i 



Bakers' Arms, High Street, WinchesteF, 

Havipshire 1 76 1 
City Arms, High Street, Winchester 1801 

King's Head Inn, Minster Street, n 1806 

Sun Inn, in the Square, w li 

Marquis of Granby Inn, High Street, n 1815 

Globe Inn, n 11 1828 

White Hart Inn, m m 1831 

Black Swan Hotel, n it 1854 

BallRoom, George Hotel (Installation), m 1865 
Black Swan Hotel, High Street, .1 1865 

Masonic Hall, Parchment Street, 11 1867 



The Angel, Market Place, 

Great Yarmouth, Norfolk 175 

The Little Angel, South Quay, 

Great Yarmouth 1785 

Half Moon, Market Place, m 1787 

Star Tavern, Hall Quay, m 1789 

Three Tuns, Bridge St., Southtown, n 1794 

Star Tavern, Hall Quay, n 1806 

Bowling Green Inn, Chapel Fields, 

Norwich, Norfolk 1823 

Norfolk Hotel, St. Giles Street, Norwich 1824 

Erased in 1831. Warrant surrendered^ 



Philadelphia (Philadelphia), 

Pennsylvania, U.S. of America \-](ii 

Appears to have had 3 Warrants ; the first sent 
by ship and taken by the French; the second [date 
unknown] said to have been lost ; the third, dated 
20 June 1764. 

*' Closed for er'er" as reg;ards English jurisdiction, 
on 26 Sept. 1786, when it became part of the G. E. 
of Pennsylvajtia. 



29 May 1761 



1 May 1803 



20 May 1751 

Warrants of 

Confirmation, 

28 Feb. T781 and 

10 Jan, 1825. 

Centenary Warrant, 
13 May 1869. 



29 May 1761 

Warrant of Renewal, 

7 April 1801; 

original having been 

burnt. 

Centenary Warrant 

{Special Jewel) , 

9 May 1862. 



87 

A 



87 

B 



109 



209 



146 



116 



94 



95 



87 



110 



89 



75 



88 



111 



90 



76 



King's Head, West St., Gravesend, Kent 
Pelican \j.inknouiii\, Gravesend 

Crown and Anchor, High Street, n 

Pope's Head, West Street, n 

White Hart, High Street, „ 

St. George's Inn, Queen Street, m 

Rum Puncheon Tavern, West Street, i. 
Dormant for about 12 years. Re-opened 19 June 1838 
Talbot Hotel, West Street, Gravesend 

Clarendon Hotel, East Street, n 

Wate's Hotel, Milton Place, Milton, 

next Gravesend 
Town Hall, High Street, Gravesend 

Clarendon Hotel, East Street, 11 

Old Falcon Hotel, n 11 

Town Hall, High Street. 
New Falcon Hotel, West Street, n 



6 June 1751 

Constituted 
27 Oct. 1751. 



15 July 1761 

and 

20 June 1764 



210 



147 



117 



95 



96 



88 



112 



89 



1751 
1789 
1792 

1793 
1820 
1823 
1829 



1851 

i8S3 

1859 

18' 

1878 

1881 

1882 



8 June 1751 

Warrant of 
Confirmation, 
5 June 1847. 

Centenary Warrant, 
25 May 1870. 

Duplicate C.W., 
3 Sept. i8go. 



211 



148 



118 



96 



97 



89 



113 



91 



77 



95 



1 894 



Name of Lodge. 



Places o¥ Meetincx. 



Sea Captains' Lodge, 

Named in 1756. 



No. 4 Lodge. 



St. John's Lodge. 



Thirty-third Regiment of Foot 1761 

Was at New Yorlt (New York), 

6^^. of America 1783 

Aug. 5, 1783. Presented Warrant of 19 Au^. 
1761 to G.L. of New York, and acknowledged their 
jurisdiction.— i/zj<. G.L. of New York, p. 16. 

Last entry in Register 24 April 1793. Lapsed 
about 1794. 



Thirty-third Regiment of Foot, Fort 

William, Calcutta, Bengal, India 1798 

In 180Z tlie members took a Local Warrant 
from Prov. G.L. of Madras as Lodge Unity and 
Friendship, No. 7 Local. 

No entry after 1798. " Warrant regranted and 
sent to Fort William,*' (G.Z. Reg.") but appears in 
Ahiman Rezon 1804-1807, " East Indies," and 1813 
" Pitt Fort, Chatham." 



St. Andrew's Cross, Hermitage, 

Wapping, London 1751 

Salutation Tavern, Billingsgate, n 1761 

King's Head Tavern, Fenchurch .Street, n 1762 

Nag's Head Tavern, Leadenhall Street, n 1773 

Erased 12 February 1794. 



See page 91. 
See page 92. 
See page 93. 



Date of Warrant 
or Constitution. 



19 Aug. 1761 



11 April 1798 



Minorca (Balearic Islands), 

Not in List until 1753. See page 91. 
E7'asedin 1767. 



Spain 1 75 1 



1740 



17SS 



1770 



1780 



1781 



1792 



1814 



1832 



1863 



90 

A 



90 

B 



King's Arms, Helston, Cornwall 1752 

Erased in 1774. 



\^Place unknown'] Leicester, Leice-riershire 1 76 
Crown and Thistle, I.oseby Lane, Leicester 1775 
Leather Bottle, Churchgate, n 1775 

Recruiting Serjeant, St. Nicholas Square,ii 1793 
George Inn, Haymarket, ti 1801 

Erased in 1821. 



Bridgetown, Island of Barbados, 

West Indies 1752 
Not in List until 1755. Erased in 1813. 
See No. 132 of 30 October 1818. 



Bell Tavern, without Aldgate, LondOn 175 

Three Tuns, Gracechurch Street, n 1754 

Ship Tavern, Leadenhall Street, n 1755 

Erased in 1768. 



Charles Town [Charleston], 

South Carolina, U.S. of America 1761 
No Returns after 1765. 

If in existence, it would have passed from English 
Register on formation of G. L. of South Carolina 
(Ancients), 24 March 1787. It is, however, in 
Ahiman Rezon 1813, but not in 1804 or 1807. 



29 Aug. 1751 

g.Feb. 1750 

23 May 1750 

24 June 1750 
26 Nov. 1751 

14 April 1752 
26 Sept. 1761 

Warrant of Renewal, 
2 Nov. 1775. 



212 

213 
214 
215 
216 

217 



149 



119 



97 



98 



90 



150 



151 



120 



91 



114 



23 April 1752 



13 July 1752 



260 152 



218 153 



121 



98 



99 



91 



10 Oct. 1761 



92 



[ 96 ] 



1 894 



Name of Lodge. 



George Lodge, 1784. 

Imperial George Lodge, 

1801. 



78 



79 



Imperial George 
Lodge. 



Pythagorean Lodge 

Named in 1828. 



Places of Meeting. 



Date of Warrant 
or Constitution. 



Fleece, Well Court, Queen Street, 

Cheapside, London 

Rainbow Coffee House, Coinhill, n 

Porcupine, Newport St., Newport Market n 
King's Head, IJroad St. Giles's, n 

George, corner of Maggot's Court, 

Piccadilly, n 

George, corner of George Court, Piccadilly II 
King's Arms, Old Conipton Street, Soho, n 
Rose and Crown, Downing Street, 

Westminster, 11 

Erased 12 February 1800. Reinstated'] May 1800. 
Newmarket Carriage, Colonnade, Guildford 

Street, Russell Square, London 

Guildford Arms, Guildford St., Russell Sq..i 
Lapsed about 1801. 



1752 
1754 
1757 
1758 

1759 
1776 
1782 

1784 



1800 
1801 



Sufifield Arms, Long Street, Middleton, 

Lancashire 1805 
Hare & Hounds, Rochdale Road, Middleton 1807 
White Hart, 11 n 1839 

Black Bull Inn, ti n 184 

Assheton Arms Hotel, Long Street, n 185 



SevenStars.Boscawen St., Truro, Cornwall 1752 

Masons' Arms, Old Bridge Street, Truro 1752 

King's Head, Boscawen Street, n 1759 

Erased in 1769. 



Chandernagore (Chief French 

Settlement), Bengal, India 1752 

[** Chardenagore " In Eng. Lists.] 
Erased 10 February 1790. 



\_Place un/inoinnl London 176 

Greenwich, n 17^3 

Warrant Cancelled 5 March iin,/or 
no7i-payinent of Dues. 



London 1813 

M 1820 



Mitre Tavern, Church Street, 

Greenwich, 
Black Bull, Lewisham, 
Duke's Head, Dartmouth Row, 

Blackheath, n 1823 

Greyhound Tavern, Stockwell Street, 

Greenwich, n 1828 

Prince of Orange, Greenwich Road, 

Greenwich, n 1836 
Globe Tavern, Royal Hill, 11 n i 

Lecture Hall, n n n 1866 

Ship Tavern, n n m 1869 



Madras (Chingleput), 3Iadras, India 1752 
Erased in 1799. 

"Memo. September, 1790. Prov. G.Lo. Madras, 
in the return of their Lodges, mention the Stewards' 
Lodge and the Lodge of Perfect Unanimity, which 
they call No. i, and both of which appear to have 
been established about 1786, when Masonry was 
revived on the Coast, but no account of them sent 
home, altho' there had been of subsequent Lodges, 
therefore in order to make the general numbers 
correspond with the Provincial numbers, in erasing 
the old Madras Lodges which had ceased to meet 
during the war, No. 102 has been reserved for their 
Stewards Lodge, and No. 233 for their Lodge of 
Perfect Unanimity, No. i on the Coast." [Extracted 
frovi G. L. Warrant Book, g Nov. 1885. J.L.] 



1740 



1755 



1770 



1780 



1781 



1792 



1814 



1832 



1863 



21 Aug. 1752 



1805 

Warrant of 
Confirmation, 
24 June 1852. 

Centenary Warrant, 
3 Oct. 1876. 



22 Sept. 1752 

Constituted 
12 Aug. 1752. 



1752 



27 Oct. 1761 

Warrant of Renewal, 
II April 1775. 



18 March 1813 



1752 



219 154 



122 



99 



100 



92 

A 



92 

B 



115 



92 



78 



220 



155 



221 



156 



123 



100 



101 



93 

A 



93 

B 



116 



93 



79 



222 



157 



124 



101 



102 

A 



97 



iS94 



80 



Name of Lodge. 



The Stewards' Lodge. 



Named " Orange Lodge " 
in a Certificate of 1802 from 
Colombo. 



St. John's Lodge. 



St. Peter's Lodge. 



Old Cumberland Lodge, 

1773- 



Places of Meeting. 



Freemasons' Hall f'low the Pantheon], 

(Chingleput) Madras, Madras, India 1786 

Ceased to meet in 1801. Jewels handed over to 
Lodge Perfect Unanimity in 1803. 

Erased 4 June 1862, havhig been extinct 60 years. 



The Hague, Holland 1752 

No trace of this Lodge in Dhick Masonic History. 
Erased in 1769. 



Fifty-first Regiment 1761 

Last Entiy in Register I78t. Appears on the 
List ill Ahiinan Rezon 1804. 



Masons' Arms, Union Street, Sunderland, 

Durham 1806 
Union Tavern, Vine Street, Siuiderland 1806 

Masons' Arms, Union Street, n 1806 

Admiral Lord Nelson, High Street, 11 1806 
Duke of Wellington, Vine Street, ti 1813 

Queen's Head, Queen Street, ir 1820 

Dolphin Inn, High Street, fi 1822 

Peacock, High Street, Bishop 

WearmOUth, Durham 1824 
Londonderry Arms, High Street, 

Bishop Wearmouth 1831 
Golden Lion Hotel, High St., Sunderland 1843 
George Hotel, n m 1847 

Saddle Inn, „ il 1850 

Fox and Goose Inn, n n 1853 

Balh Hotel, Moor Street, n 1854 

Phoenix Hall, Queen Street, East, „ 1855 

Queen's Hotel, Fawcett Street, .1 1862 

Masonic Hall, Park Tev., Toward Rd.,p, 1870 



Bridgetown, island of Barbados, 

IVe.'t Indies 1752 
Not on List until 1755. 
Erased in 1813. 
See No. 132 of 30 October 1818. 



Black Moor's Head, Nottingham, 

Nottinghamshire 1753 
Erased 14 February 1758. 



Royal Exchange, St. Gregory, Norwich 

Norfolk 1 76 1 
Declared Vacant for irregularity in 1762. 
Is however in Ahiman Rezon Lists 1804 and 1813, 
but not in 1807. 



Lion and Goat, Grosvenor Street, LondOn 
Red Lion, DavidStreet, Berkeley Square,M 
King and Queen, Oxford Street, ir 

Red Lion, Old CavendishSt., Oxford St.,ii 
White Lion, near Berners Street, n n 
King's Arms Tavern, Marylebone Street, 
Golden Square, m 

United -with ^^ Lodge of Fortitude" No. 12 {_No. 
II, of '^1 Feb. 1733], in 1818. 



1753 
1779 

1783 
1792 
1797 

1812 



[Place jinknow7i\ 
Last entry Sept. 1765. 



London 1762 

Lapsed about 1767. 



Date of Warrant 
or Constitution. 



1786 



1752 



21 Oct. 1761 



18 Dee. 1805 

Constituted 
4 January t8o6. 



16 Dee. 1752 



7 Jan. 1753 



21 Oct, 1761 



24 Feb. 1753 



1740 



'755 



1770 



223 



261 



224 



225 



158 



159 



160 



161 



3 March 1762 



1780 



125 



1781 



102 

B 



102 



126 103 104 



1792 



93 



t8i4 



117 



[832 



94 



1863 



103 



94 

A 



94 

B 



118 



95 



80 



94 



95 



95 



119 



96 

A 



13 



[ 98 ] 



81 



Name of Lodge. 

Pilots' Lodge. 
DoFie Lodge, 



Foundation Lodge, 

Named in 1776. 



82 



83 



Foundation Lodge. 



United Lodge of 
Prudence, 

Named in 1786. 



Places of Meeting. 



Date of Warrant 
or Constitution. 



New Commercial Inn, High Street, 

Aldeburgh, Suffolk 1812 

Permission to remove to Bull Inn, Woodbridge, 
Endorsed on Warrant, i January 1824. 

Private Room, Doric I'lace, 

Woodbridge, Suffolk 1824 



Burton's Coffee House, Crane Court, Peter's 

Hill, near Doctors' Commons, London 
BlueLast, Salisbury Square, FleetStreet, „ 
Harrow, pi m ir 

Crown and Horseshoe, corner of 

Bartlet's Buildings, Holborn, ci 

Freemasons' Coffee House, CJreat Queen 

Street, ii 

Freemasons' Tavern, Great Queen Street, ii 
White Hart Tavern, Holborn, n 

King's ArmsTav., BurrSt.,neartheTowerri 
Blacksmiths' Arms Tavern, I^ower East 

Smithfield, " 

Crown Tavern, Stationers' Court, 

Ludgate Hill, m 

Lapsed about 1806. 



1753 
1759 
1759 

1762 

1775 
1783 
1800 



1 80s 



13 Jan. 1812 



5 March 1753 



740 



1755 



1770 



1780 



1781 



1792 



96 

B 



1814 



120 



1832 



96 



1863 



81 



226 



162 



127 



104 



105 



96 

A 



Lamb Inn, Sheep Market, AbingdOn, 

Berkshire 1807 
Sheldon's Hotel, High Street, 

Cheltenham, Gloucestershv e 1817 
Freemasons' Hall, Portland St., Cheltenham 1823 



Star, Norfolk Street, Lynn Regis, Norfolk 1762 



[May] 1807 

Warrant of 

Confirmation, 

I July 1817. 

Centenary Warrant 

{Special J ewe I) ^ 

19 May 1864. 



17 March 1762 



No entry after 1762. Ll 
It however appears i't A Jil, 
but jwt in 1807. 



f>sed shortly afterguards. 
nail Rezon i8o^andi8j^y 



London 



Angel, Piccadilly, 
White Hart, Shug lane. 
Royal Standard, Piccadilly, 
Pontefract Castle, Paddington, 
George, George Street, Grosvenor Square, 
Coachmakers' Arms, Tottenham Court Rd 
Griffin, Half Moon Street, Piccadilly, 
Queen's Head, Beak Street, Swallow St., 
Horse Grenadier, near North Audley 

Stieet, Oxford Street, 
Black Dog, St. James's Market, 
Wheatsheaf Tavern, Rathbone Place, 
Boar and Castle Inn, Oxford Street, 
King's Head, Cumberland St. , Oxford St. , 
Horse and Groom, Portugal Street, 

Lincoln's Inn Fields, 
White Lion, Oxford .Street, 
George and Vulture Tavern, Cornhill, 
The Albion Tavern, Alder.sgate Street, 



1753 
1766 
1772 
1776 
1781 
1784 
1786 
17S9 

1790 
1798 
1800 
1803 
1810 

1814 
1817 
182 
1822 



Army, Elizabeth Castle, Jersey, 

Channel Islands 1762 

Lapsed about 1763, hut is kept on the List in 
A himan Rezon 0/^1804 afid 1807. 



5 March 1753 

Warrant of 
Confirmation, 
12 April 1821. 



17 March 1762 



96 

B 



121 



97 



82 



97 



227 



163 



128 



105 



106 



97 



122 



98 



83 



98 



99 



1 894 



84 



Name of Lodge. 



Doyle's Lodge of 
Fellowship, 

Named in i8o5. 



Sea Captains' Lodge, 

1773- 



Dillon Lodge, 1779- 



Lodge of Perfect 
Friendship, 1767- 

Temple Lodge, 1772- 



Lodge of 
St. Mary-le-Bonne, 

1787. 



Places of Meeting. 



Duke of York Tavern, Rohais Road, 

Guernsey, Channel Islands 



1806 



No. 336 (A) purchased No. 98 (A) for ;^2i, 
on 14 September 1807. 

Crown and Anchor Tavern, Guernsey 

Grover's Hotel, 

Payne's Hotel, 

Coles's Hotel, Market Place, 

Private Rooms (of Mr. Collins), 

College Rooms, Berthelot Street, 

Assembly Rooms, Market Place, 

Masonic Rooms, States Arcade, 

Coles's Hotel, Market Place, 

Gardner's Hotel, n 

Assembly Rooms, « 

Masonic Hall, Berthelot Street, 

Masonic Hall, Court Place, 

United with " Hammond Lodge," No. 568 
[No 829, o/t-S Oct. 1849], 14 Dec. 1864. 

Havelock Place, Victoria Road, 
Masonic Hall, Court Place, 



1S07 

l8l2 

181 

1820 

1821 

1826 

1826 

1839 
1842 
iS 

1844 
1845 
1852 



1870 
1871 



Lily Tavern, Guernsey, Channel Islands 1753 
Erased i7t 1812. Warrant forfeited. 



Exchange Tavern, Corn Street, Bristol, 

Gloui:estersh ire 1752 

Nag's Head, Wine Street, Bristol 1756 

Three Tuns, Corn Street, 1. 1768 

Erased 12 Felirnary 1780. 



Queen's Head, Great Queen Street, London 1 753 

" Not met since June 1754." MS., 1756. 
Erased s May ITS! ■ Reinstated it October i-j^T. 
Queen's Head, Great Queen Street, London 1757 
The Vine, High Holborn, n 1762 

Buffalo Tavern, Bloomsbury, n 1773 

Rose, Threadneedle Street, n 1779 

Erased 12 February 1780. 



Three Crowns, Notts Square, 

Carmarthen, Carmarthenshire 1753 

Red l.ion. Market Street, Carmarthen 1758 

Shakespear, m h J 7^6 

Red Lion, i. « 1772 

Erased 5 February 1777. 



Queen's Head, Holies Street, Cavendish 

Square, London 1753 

King's Head, Balsover St., Cavendish Sq., n 1755 

It Princes Street, n n 1759 

Cavendish Square Coffee House, m h 1790 

United with" Tuscan Lodge" No. 7 [No. 10, 
of2S November T-Tii^, 25 March 1791. 



[Place unknown] Norwieh, Norfolk 1762 

Warrant was delivered up in 1762, but subsequently 
renewed. It was however finally ca7tcelled 4 fune 
TT]T,for divers misdemeanours. G. L. Min. 

Notwithstanding this, the Lodge is noted as at 
" Prince's Inn, George Street, Norwich," in Ahiman 
Rezon 1804, and at "St. Giles's, Norwich," in Ahiman 
Rezon 1813, but is not in 1807 List. 



Date of Warrant 
or Constitution. 



6 Sept. 1806 

Constituted 
22 Sept. 1806. 

14 Sept. 1807 



10 May 1753 



22 Aug. 1753 

Met in November 
I7.';2- 



23 Oct. 1753 



19 Oct. 1753 

Constituted 
24 Oct. 1753. 



5 Nov. 1753 



March 1762 



1740 



228 



229 



230 



240 



231 



1755 



164 



165 



166 



167 



168 



1770 



129 



130 



131 



132 



133 



[780 



106 



107 



1781 



107 



108 



1792 



98 



336 

A 

98 

B 



1814 



1832 



[863 



123 



99 



84 



99 



lOO 



1894 



85 



Name of Lodge. 



Faithful Ledge, 

Named in 1796, 



86 



Evangelists' Lodge. 



Lodge La Bien Aimee. 



Places of Meeting. 



Date of Warrant 
or Constitution. 



Castle and Lion, White T.ion Lane, 

Norwich, Norfolk 1753 
Bell, Church Stile, St. Peter's Mancroft, 

Norwich 1763 

The Bear, Market Place, 1. 1768 

Church Stile, Upper Market Street, 

St. Peter's Mancroft, m 177° 

The Jolly Dyers' [or Jolly Farmers'] 

Tavern, Castle Meadow, u' 1790 

Blue Bell, Hog Hill [now Orford Hill], n 179' 

Fountain, Brigg's Lane, n 179^ 

Vauxhall Gardens, Vauxhall Street, n 1796 

Buff Coat, Buff Coat Lane, St Michael 

at Thorn, m 1 799 

Moon and Stars, Coslany Street, n 1805 

Tuns Tavern, Market Place, n 1822 

Bull Inn, Magdalen Street, 11 1825 

Tuns Tavern, Mai ket Place, n 1847 

Waterloo Tavern, Market Place, n 1849 

Swan Hotel, Thoroughfare St., Harleston 

Norfolk 1854 

Exchange Rooms, Exchange St., Harleston 1854 

Swan Hotel, Thoroughfare Street, it 1867 



1740 



1755 



1770 



1780 



1781 



[792 



Lodge of Loyalty, 

Named in 1801. 



Shakespeare's Head, Sawclose, Bath, 

Somersetshire 

Lapsed soon after Constitution {Last entry July 
1763), but it appears^ in error, in Ahiman Rezons 
of I'iai, and 1813. 



762 



Island of Antigua, 
Island of Montseprat, 

Erased in 1813. 



West Indies 175 
1777 



10 Nov. 1753 

Centenary Warrant, 
25 Sept. 1879. 



Amsterdam, Holland 1753 

Joined G-i-and Lod^e of Holland in I7.';7, bid was 
kept on our liegister until 1769. 

Now No. X on Reg. of G. L. of Holland. 



Bedford Man of War, Kent'St., Portsmouth 

Common [now Portsea], Hampshire 1762 
There are no records of this Lodge after 1762. 

It appears in Ahiman Rezon of 1804, as both 
"Ship Bedford, Plymouth," (Devonshire), and 
" Bedford Mill, Portsmouth," and in Ahiman 
Rezon of 1807, it is " Portsmouth, Hants." 



Fifth Battalion Royal Artillery, Capt. 

W. G. Eliot's Company, EaStbOUPne, 

Sussex 1812 

Ditto, at Brompton, Kent 1814 

II Royal Oak, Mulgrave Place, 

Woolwich, London 1816' 

II Fortune of War, Thomas Street, 

Woolwich, II 1S19 

Lrased in 1823. 



Rose and Crown, PreSCOt, Lancashire 1753 

Royal Oak, Market Place, Prescot 1767 

Legs of Alan, Church Street, n 1787 

Green Dragon, Atherton Street, h 1801 

Royal Hotel, High Street, n 1853 

Assembly Rooms, m m 1873 

King's Arms Hotel, Market Place, m 1S74 

Crown Hotel, Kemble Street, n 1880 

King's Arms Hotel, Market Place, n iS 



19 May 1762 



10 Nov. 1753 



30 Nov. 1753 



232 



169 



134 



108 



109 



99 



1814 



124 



1832 



100 



1863 



85 



100 



24 March 1762 



233 



234 



170 



171 



135 



109 



110 



100 



101 

A 



15 Feb. 1812 

Opened 
13 March 1812. 



20 Dec, 1753 

" Deputation to 
Constitute." 

Centenary Warrant 
{Special Jewel), 
24 August 1865. 



101 

B 



125 



235 



172 



136 



110 



111 



101 



126 



101 



86 



lOI 



1894 



Singular Ancient Lodge. 



Name of Lodge. 



St. Paul's Lodge. 



Marlborough Lodge, ' 

1770. 



87 



Druids' Lodge of Love 
and Liberality, 

Named in 1774. 



Places of Meeting. 



Vitruvian Lodge, 

Named in 1823. 



Amsterdam, 



Holland 1762 



No Records lifter T.-j^ii, and like No. 48 (A) it 
a.^J'ears in Ahiinan Rezon 0/ 1813 inithout miy 
justification. 



The Royal Exchange, Borough of Nopfolk, 

Virginia, U.S. of America 1753 
Was ke/i on our Register until 1813, 
The G. L. of Virginia was formed 13 October 1778. 
Now No. I on Reg. of G. L. of Virginia. 



Speight's Town, Island of Barbados, 

West Indies 
Not in List until 1755. 
Erased 17 November 1760. 



754 



King's Arms, Tower Hill, London 1754 

White Hart, Mansel Street, Goodman's 

Fields, II 1756 

Erased 2^ January ij6^. Reinstated "^t. October \-]b^. 

Crown, Holywell T.ane, Shoreditch, London 1764 

Bowl and Pin, Thames Street, \, 1770 

Finally Erased in 1771. 



The Ship, Harewood Bridge, HareWOOd, 

Yorkshire 
Lapsed in 1783- Last entry i March 1783. 

Is mentioned as at same place in Ahiman Rezons of 
3804 and 1813, not in 1807. 



762 



[Place nn known'] Redruth, Cornwall IT e,/^ 

Private Room, Fore Street, n 1766 

London Inn, n n 1777 

Pearce's Hotel, n n 1817 

Foss's Hotel, n m 1824 
Erased 5 September 1838. 



754 



762 
772 



I'rown Bear, Lemon Street, Goodman's 

Fields, London 

Erased zf July ^•j6'2. 



Bunch of Grapes, Chatham, f^ent 

Mitre, Globe Lane, Chatham 

Lapsed about i77g, hutis mentioned in Ahiman 
Rezon of 1804, as at "* Bunch of Grapes, Chatham," 
in error. " Formerly at the Mitre." Cal. 1800. 
Is not in Ahiman Rezon j?o7. 



Constitution, Drury Lane, London 1810 

Harlequin, n 11 1811 

Crown, Woburn Street, Russell Square, 
Hercules Pillars, Great Queen Street, 
Freemasons' 'I'avern, 11 

Northumberland Arms, Noithumberland 

.Street, .Strand, 
Spread Eagle, l.imehouse Causeway,' 

Limehouse, 
Crown Tavern, Vine Street, Lambeth, 
White llart Tavern, CollegeStreet, m 
Mitre Tavern, Palace Rdad, 11 

White Hart Tavern, CollegeStreet, n 
South London Masonic Hall, Belvedere 

Road, Lambeth, 
White Hart 'I'avern, Belvedere Road, 

Lambeth, 
Bridge House Hotel, London Bridge, 

Southwark, 



Date of Warrant 
or Constitution 



18 Nov. 1762 



22 Dee. 1753 



31 Jan. 1754 



9 Feb. 1754 



I8l2 
l8l2 

1822 

1827 

1830 
1831 

1849 
1862 
1864 

.1879 



1762 



14 Feb. 1754 



18 Feb. 1754 



8 Dee. 1762 



740 



175s 



1770 



1780 



[781 



1792 



1814 



1832 



i863' 



102 



236 



173 



137 



111 



112 



102 



262 



237 



174 



175 



138 



103 



253 



176 



139 



112 



113 



103 



127 



102 



241 



177 



104 

A 



18 May 1810 



104 

B 



128 



103 



87 



I02 



1894 



Name of Lodge. 



Freemasons' Hall Medal 
(1783). 



Phoenix Lodge. 



Lodge of Harmony and 
Industry, 



Places of Meeting. 



Date of Warrant 
or Constitution. 



Mitre, Union .Street, Westminster, London 1754 2 March 1754 
I^ose & Crown, Crown St., m n 177° 

Mitre & Dove, King Street, n n 1798 

Last entry in Register 9 May 1797. Lapsed 
shortly afterwards. 



King'sHead, Ipswich Street, StOWmarket, 

Suffolk 1802 

While Hart Inn, Crown Street, Stowmarket 1805 

WTiite Horse Inn, Stowupland Street, n 1813 

White Hart Inn, Crown Street, n 1829 

White Horse Inn, Stowupland Street, n 1830 
Erased in 1838. Warrant returned. 

.See page 103. 

Ship, Water Lane, Sheffield, Yorkshire 1762 

Never made any Returns^ and i/e^<er constituted^ 
must haz'e lapsed shortly afterwards. 

Notwithstanding this, it is given in the Ahiman 
Rezon 1804, as "Ship, Water lane, Sheffield," in 
Ahiman Rezon 1807, as " Sheffield, (Yorksh.)" and 
in Ahiman Rezon 1813, as "The Ship, Sheffield, 
Yorkshire. " 



Chequers, All Saints, Norwich, Norfolk 1754 
Three Tuns, London Lane, North Cornsford, 

Norwich 1763 
Black Boy, Colegate Street, n 1769 

King and Miller, St. Benedicts, n 1773 

Royal Oak, Oak Street, St. Martin- 

at-Oak, 11 1774 

Red Cow, Cow Hill, St. Giles, „ 1777 

Castle and Lion, White Lion Street, 

St. Peter's Mancroft, n 1787 

Last entiy 27 Sept. 1800. Lapsed. 



Oxney House, Wrlttle, Essex 1803 

Crown Inn, IngatSStOne, Essex 1809 

Erased 5 Mai ch 1828. 

See page 99. 

See page lor. 

The Swan, Ramsgate, Kent 1754 

Erased 2^ January 1768. 



The Talbot, Crossparish [now Briggate], 

Leeds, Yorkshire 1754 

The Parrot, Cow LanefnowCall Lane], Leeds 1754 

The Ship, on the High Causeway, n 177° 

The Parrot, Cow Lane, n 1772 

" No Lodge. Letters returned." MS., 1775. 

Erased iji 1776. 



Three Cranes, Market Place, 

Chesterfield, Derbyshire 1762 

No entry after Dec. 1762. Must have ceased soon 
after Constitution. 

It appears, however, in Ahiman Rezon 1804 and 
1813, as at "Three Cranes, Chesterfield." Is not 
in Ahiman Rezon 1807. 



Robin Hood, Butcher Row, Temple Bar, 

near St. Clements, London I7S4 

Peele's Coffee House, Fleet Street, n 1760 

I..apsed about i-jiii. 



[Nov.] 1802 



30 Oct. 1818 



Dee. 1762 



4 March 1754 



18 March 1803 

19 Oct. 1753 
18 Feb. 1754 



740 



238 



'755 



178 



1770 



140 



1780 



113 



1781 



1792 



1814 



1832 



1863 



114 



104 

A 



104 

B 



129 



104 

A 



104 

B 



105 



239 



240 
241 



8 March 1754 242 



28 March 1754 



27 Dee. 1762 



29 March 1754 



243 



244 



179 



141 



114 



115 



105 

A 



105 

B 



130 



180 



181 



142 



106 



182 

A 



103 



1 894 



Name of Lodge. 



88 Seientifie Lodge, 

Named in 179 1. 



St. 



Michael's Lodge, 
No. 1. 



Places of Meeting. 



Date of Warrant 
or Constitution. 



Tliree Tuns, Peas Hill, Cambridg'e, 

Camhi-idgeshire 1762 

Black Bear Inn, Sidney Street, Cambridge 1774 

Erased i February 17S6. Reinstated g February 1791. 

Eagle and Child, Benet Street, Cambridge 1 791 

Black Bidl Inn, Trumpington Street, h 1814 

Crown and Woolpack, Sidney Street, n 1816 

Union Tavern [«»/4«OTw//], m 1818 

Greyhound Tavern, St. Andrew's Street, n 1821 

Hoop Inn, Sidney Street, n 1828 

Red Lion Hotel, Petty Cury, h 1830 



Horn Tavern, Doctors' Commons, London 1754 

The Crown, Without Cripplegate, n 1755 

Horn Tavern, Doctors' Lommons, n 1759 

Bell, Carter Lane, Doctors' Commons, n 1762 

Queen's Head, Gray's InnGate, Holborn,ii 1763 

Angel Ik Porter, Golden Lane, Barbican, m 1765 
Erased 2 February 1785. 



Cripple, Little Britain, London 1754 

Star, Aldersgate Street, ir 1755 

Paul's Head, Doctors' Commons, n 1756 

King's Arms, Queenhithci n 1762 

George, Long Lane, Bermondsey, ir 1762 
Marquis of Granby, nenr St. George's 

Church, Southwark, m 1763 

Caveac Tavern, Finch Lane, Cornhill, ir 1772 

Crown Tavern, I.eadenhall Street, it 1773 
Crown, Christopher's Alley, Upper 

Moorfields, n 1776 
Erased 5 February 1777. 



Wheatsheaf, Lambeth Marsh, Lambeth, 

London 1754 

Swan, Westminster Bridge Road, n 1755 

Erased 17 November 1760. but was kepi ou the List 
until 1762. 



Fox, Castle St., Park, Southwark, London 1754 

Lapsed in 1755. 
The first time this Lodge has ever heen noted 
(1886), all previous Lists, with this number, being 
blank. 



Wheatsheaf, High Street, Bewdley, 

IVorceslershire 1763 
Made no Returns after 1788. 

It appears as at the " Wheatsheaf, Bewdley," in 
Cal. 1800 and in Ahiman Rezon 1804. Warrant 
returned 2-j Dec. 1805. G. L. Min. 



White Hind Inn, Carter Gate, Newark- 

UpOn-TPent, NotHnghavishire 1806 
White Lion, StodmanSt., Newark-upon-Trent 1807 
White Hind Inn, (. arter Gate, n 1808 

Warrant ^iven up ii^/anuaryzZi-i, but received 
a Union Number, as it appears in the Calendar of 
1815 (issued in 1814.) 



Bridgetown, Island of Barbados, 

West Indies 18 

This Warrant is called a "Warrant of 
Confirmation," uniting three Lodges in Barbados, 
viz., St. Michael's, St. John's, and St. Peter's, 
which had been erased in 1813. See pages 86, 95, 
and 97. 

This new Lodge, as No, 132, uuas erased 2 Dec, 
1829, but ivas reinstated in 1840, taking the 
number 104, of " Phcenix Lodge," Stowmarket, 
which had been erased in 1838. 

Bridgetown, Barbados, 1840 

Erased again 3 September 1862. 



1762 

Warrant of 

Confirmation, 
22 April 1829. 

Centenary Warrant, 
30 April 1872. 



5 April 1754 



13 April 1754 



13 May 1754 



7 June 1754 



1740 



1755 



182 

B 



1770 



143 



1780 



115 



1781 



1792 



116 



106 



1814 



131 



1832 



105 



1863 



88 



246 



183 



144 



116 



117 



245 



184 



145 



247 



185 



248 



1763 



Dee. 1806 



30 Oct. 1818 

Is dated " 1740" in 
Cal. of 1819. 



107 



107 

B 



132 



132 

B 



104 

B 



104 



Name of Lodge. 



St. Michael's Lodge. 



St. 



James's Lodge, 

17S8. 



St. James's Lodge. 



Corinthian Lodge. 



Friendly Brothers' 
Lodge. 



No. 2. 



Places of Meeting. 



Date of Warrant 
or Constitution. 



City of Sehwerin (Duchy of Meeklen- 

bupg-h Sehwerin, Gmnany 1754 

Not in List until 1757, and named " City of 
Severn," down to 1765. Havingmet 12 times only^ 
it ivas absolutely closed on "^o March 1756, ?'.£., a 
year before it appears in our List. It was continued 
on Englisti Register (erroneously) until 15 A^ril 
1795, when it was erased. 



The Road [Road Town], Island of 

TOPtOla, Virgin Islands, West Indies 1763 
There are no Records after 1763. 
It appears in Ahiman Rezon 1804, at " Tortola," 
and in Ahiman Rezon 1807, at " English Tavern, 
Island of Tortola," both as No. 183, in error for 
No. 108. In Ahiman Rezon 1813 it is " Island of 
Tortola, West Indies." 

Lord Craven's Arms, Marshall Street, 

Golden Square, London 1754 

Rustal's Coffee House, Sherrard Street, 

Golden Square, 11 1759 

Three Compasses and Punch Bowl, 

Silver Street, Golden Square, n 1761 

Saddler's Arms, Swallow Street, u 1784 

King's Arms, Marylebone Street, 

Golden Square, n 1788 

Blue Posts, Berwick Street, Soho, u 1790 

Lapsed early in 1796. 



Crown Inn, High Street, Uxbridge, 

Middlesex 1796 

Ram Inn, m Uxbridge 1800 

Last meetiiig 5 Dec. 1800. No payments after 1806. 

Erased in 1813. 



Pelican, Gallowtree Gate, Leicester, 

Leicestershire 1754 

" Letter returned (No Lodge)." Note by G. Sec. 
in 1769. 

Erased in 1769. 



Red House, CaPdiff, Glamorgntishire 1754 

The Bear, Cardiff 1766 

Erased 28 April 1775. 



The Bear, High Street, Cowbridge, 

Glamorganshire 1754 
Erased I'i April 1775. 



Crown Inn, PenkhuU Street, Neweastle- 

under-Lyme, .staffoi dskire 1763 

Last entry 24 A^tg. 1765. Lapsed aboJtt i-]66. 



Roebuck, High Street, NeWCastle- 

Under-Lyme, .Staffordshire 1799 
Crown Inn, PenkhuU Street, Newcastle- 

under-Lyme 1813 
Erased 5 March 1828. 



Island of St. EustatiUS [a Dutch Island], 

West Indies 1754 
Not in List until 1755. Erased in 1813, 



Queen's Head, Pligh Street, Lowestoft, 

Suffolk 1754 

Crown Hotel, m Lowestoft 1767 

Queen's Head, n m '77° 

Erased in 1773. 



1740 



1755 



1770 



1780 



[781 



15 May 1754 

Constituted 
27 May 1754. 



10 Feb. 1763 



24 June 1754 



16 Aug. 1796 



21 Aug. 1754 



Aug. 1754 



Sept. 1754 



23 Feb. 1763 



21 Dee. 1799 



230 



146 



117 



118 



1792 



107 



1814 



1832 



[863 



108 



249 



186 



147 



118 



119 



108 

A 



108 

B 



1754 



29 Oct. 1754 



250 



266 



267 



187 



188 



189 



148 



149 



109 

A 



109 

B 



133 



269 



190 



251 



191 



150 



151 



119 



120 



109 



los 



1894 



Name of Lodge. 



A Military Lodge. 



French Lodge, 1761. 



Ancient French Lodge, 

1769. 



Cumberland Lodged 
1773- : ' 

Ancient French Lodge, 

1779- ; 



Loge des Amis Reunis, 

1793- 



Loge L'Esperanee, 

1779 



Trafalgar Lodge, 

Named in 1807. 



Lodge of Unanimity. 



Places of Meeting. 



Chequers, Charing Cross, London 1754 

Erased 2 February 1785. 

See page loi. 

White Lion, Church St., Woolwich, London 1763 
Lnpsed in 1765. 



Seven Stars, FoOtS Cpay, Kent 1769 

Last entry 3 March 1779. Lapsed about 1779. 
It is, however, in Ahiman Rezon 1804 and 1813, as 

at same place. Is correctly omitted from List in 

Ahiman Rezon 1807. 



Crown, corner of Great St. Andrew's 

Street, Seven Dials, London 

The Two Spies, King Street, Seven Dials, n 

Fountain, Ludgate Hill, 1, 

Queen's Arms, Newgate Street, if 

Horn Tavern, Doctors' Commons, n 
Lord Blaney's Head, Bow Street, 

Covent Garden, ,1 

White Swan, Grafton Street, Soho, n 

Horn Tavern, Doctors' Commons, n 

Fox, Brewer .Street, Golden Square, n 

DukeofYork, EennetSt. , Rathbone Place n 

Ring's Head, Gerrard Street, Soho, n 

King's Arms, Grafton Street, Soho, n 

French Hotel, Leicester Fields, n 

United ivith^^ Loge L'Egnlite," No. 380 
\No. 469 0/6 April T7S5], in 1793. 

King's Arms, Lower Brook Street, 

Grosvenor Square, n 

Lewis's Coffee House. Air St., Piccadilly, ti 
PrinceofWales, Lisle St., Leicester Fields, n 

United with " Loge L' Esperance^" No. 238 
[No. 434 (?/i768], in 1799. 

Thatched House Tavern, St. James's St., n 
Freemasons' Tavern, Great Queen Street, ti 
King's Arms Tavern, Old Compton 

Street, .Soho, n 

Freemasons' Tavern, Great Queen Street, n 
No returns after 1821. Erasedin March 1830. 



1754 
1756 
1761 
1764 
1765 

1769 
1770 
1771 
1772 
1773 
1779 
1786 
1792 



1793 
1796 
1797 



1799 
1810 

1816 
1818 



Date of Warrant 
or Constitution. 



2 Nov. 1754 

14 Feb. 1754 
14 March 1763 

7 June 1769 



1740 



White Hart, Strand, 



London 1763 



Is said to have met at the Horn Tavern, Fleet 
Street, Scot's Hall, Blackfriars, and Half Moon, 
Cheapside. Lapsed in 1764, when it took a 
"Modern" Constitution, by the name of the 
"Caledonian Lodge," No. 325, of 15 November 1764. 



Duke of York Inn, Magdalen Street, 

Colehestei", Essex 1804 
Woolpack Inn, Plough Corner, Colchester 1805 
Anchor Inn, Waterside, Brightlingsea, 

Essex 1820 
Erased 5 March 1828. 



See page io6. 



St. Ann's Coffee House, St. Ann's Square, 

ManeheSteP, Lancashire 1754 
King's Head, Chapel Street, SalfOPd, 

Lancashire 1759 

Crompton's Coffee House, Manchester 1 763 

Budworth's Tavern, n 1783 

Bull's Head, Union Street, n 1792 

Buck and Hay Thorn, Back Square, " 1803 
Lapsed about 1805. 



14 Dee. 1754 



252 



253 



I7S5 1770 



192 152 



254 



20 April 1763 



20 Oct. 1804 



15 Feb. 1755 



4 Feb. 1754 



255 



256 



1780 



1781 



1792 



1814 



1832 1863 



120 



121 



193 



194 



153 



154 



110 

A 



110 

B 



121 



122 



110 



134 



111 

A 



111 

B 



135 



122 



123 



111 

A 



14 



io6 



89 



Name of Lodge. 



Lodge of Unanimity. 



90 



St. John's Lodge, 

Named in 1816. 



Places of Meeting. 



Old General, Crescent Road, Dukinflcld, 

Cheshire 1807 
Astley Arms, Chapel Hill, Dukinfield 1839 

Wharf Tavern, Wharf Street, 1, 185 

Astley Arms, Chapel Hill, n 1852 

Angel Inn, Higher King Street, .1 1895 



In Capt. Bell's Troop, in the Rt. Hon. 
Lord Ancram's Regiment of 

Dragoons [Eleventh Dragoons] 1755 7 Feb. 1755 

Not in List until 1756. 
Erased 20 November 1782. 



Fiftieth Regiment of Foot 1763 21 April 1763 

Was at Gibraltar (Malaga), Spain, in i8cx), 
according to the Calendar of that year. 

Lapsed about 1786, but appears in Ahiman Rezon 
of 1804 and 1807. 



2nd Battalion Fiftieth Regiment of 

Foot, Ashford, ICent 1808 24 June 1808 

In the Fiftieth Regiment 1813 

Erased in 1830. 



Date of Warrant 
or Constitution. 



1 April 1807 

Centenary Warrant, 
3 July 1871. 



1740 



1755 



1770 



1780 



1781 



1792 



18 14 



111 

B 



136 



1832 



106 



1863 



89 



211 



155 



123 



124 



The King's Own Regiment of Foot, 

Haunch of Venison, High Street, 

Maidstone, J^ent 1755 

No. 8. The King's Own Regiment of Foot 1756 
Was in Fort at Niagara (Lincoln), 

Upper Canada, Ontario 1773 
Barrack Room on East side of Niagara 

River, upper Canada 1775 

Afterwards at Yorlc [now Toronto], 

(York) Upper Canada [ ] 
At Salisbury, Wiltshire 1785 

Made no returns after 1789, but ivas kept on the 
List until 1813. 



The Magazine, East Lane, Greenwich, 

London 1763 

Warrant states, " At the Maypole, Greenwich." 

No Payments recorded from 1785 to 1809. On 
15 June 1782, the former dues were excused, so as 
" to commence as a new Lodge,'' {G. L. Min.) but 
no dues appear to have been subsequently paid. 
The Lodge inust have ceased to exist, but is 
mentioned in Ahiman Rezon 1804, as at "the 
Royal Magazine, East Lane, Greenwich." 



Griffin, King'sYardGate, Deptford, London iS 
Duchess of Brunswick's Head, Dock 

Gate, Deptford, n 1 8 10 

SuspendedzZ November \%-li. Restored 20 January 1813. 
The Roman Eagle, Church Street, 

Deptford, London 1 8 14 

Lord Duncan, Broadway, Deptford, ir 1817 

Beehive, Deptford Creek Bridge, M 11 1821 

Three Tuns, St. Margaret's Hill, 

Southwark, _ n 1822 

New York Coffee House, Sweeting's 

Alley, Cornhill, n 1826 

Radley's Hotel, Bridge St., Blackfriars, n 1835 

Freema.sons' Tavern, Great Queen Street,n 1839 

Radley's Hotel, Bridge St., Blackfriars, » 1844 

Ship & Turtle Tavern, Leadenhall Street, ,, 1871 

The Albion Tavern, Aldersgate Street, n 1874 



15 Feb. 1755 



19 May 1763 



112 

A 



112 

B 



137 



255 



195 



156 



124 



125 



112 



January 1809 

Centenary Warrant, 
j8 March 1869. 



113 

A 



113 

B 



138 



107 



90 



107 



i894 



Name of Lodge. 



Gloucester Lodge, 

1773- 



Gloucester Lodge. 



Sea Captains' Lodge, 

1777. 



Places of Meeting. 



Noah's Ark, Moor St., Soho Sq., London 1755 
Noah's Ark, French Change, Seven. Dials. G.L. Min. 

Two Blue Posts, Old Bond Street, London 1757 

Black Lion, Russell St., Covent Garden, m 1 761 

Turk's Head, King Street, Hloorasbury, h 1763 

Three Kings, Orange Street, m h 1768 

White Swan, Edmond's Court, Prince's 

Street, Soho, n 1773 

Queen's Head, Great Qvieen Street, n 1782 

George and Blue Boar, Holborn, n 1784 

Jacob's Well, Barbican, n 1793 

Peacock, Whitecross Street, n 1795 

Rose Tavern, RoseAUey, Bishopsgate St. , n 179^ 

The Ship, High Road, Tottenham, n 1800 

White Swan, Shoe Lane, Fleet Street, n 1805 
Lapsed in 1808. Last entry 16 April 1808. 



Mile End Tavern, New Town, PoFtsea, 

Hampshire 1809 

Last payment in 1814. " Lodge broke up. 
Furniture sold. " 



Erased in.iSzz. 



Ship Inn, Market Place, FaVCPSham, /^^^ 1763 

No records after 1763. 

The Members appear to have taken a " Modern " 

Warrant, No. 319, of 28 Aug. 1764. 

Appears in Lists in Ahiman Rezon 1804 and 1813, 
but not in 1807. 



Wilmington (New Hanover), in Cape River 
[Cape Fear River], NOFth Carolina, 

U.S. of America 1755 

Not in List until 1756. 

The Grand Lod^e of North Carolina was.formed 
9 December 1787, but the Lodge was kept on the 
English Register until 1813. 

Now No. I on Reg. of G. L. of North Carolina. 



Jack of Newbery, Chiswell Street, 

Whitecross Street, London 1755 

"Ceased Meeting." Erased in 1775. 



Marseilles (Bouches-du-Rhone, Provence), 

France 1763 

Must have Lapsed soon after its Constitution. 
No recordafter 1763. 

It appears, however, in Ahiman Rezon 1804 and 1813, 
in the latter being designated "Lodge of St. John." 



White Lion, Water Street, Liverpool, 

Lancashire 1755 
Not in List until 1756. 

Merlin's Cave, Old Shambles, Liverpool 1761 

1770 



Date of Warrant 
or Constitution. 



2 March 1755 



Feb. 1809 

Warrant of 
Confirmation, 
25 March 1809. 



20 May 1763 



March 1754 

Calendar has the 
date 1755, but Con- 
stitution was paid 
for 27 June 1754. 



5 April 1755 



15 June 1763 



1740 



257 



1755 



196 



1770 



157 



1780 



125 



1781 



126 



1792 



113 

A 



I814 



1832 



1863 



113 

B 



139 



114 



213 



158 



126 



127 



114 



258 



197 



159 



115 



Hope and Anchor, Cable Street, 

Is blank in Engraved List for 1773. 

George's Coffee House, Castle Street, n 
Greenhalgh'sCoffee House, CableStreet,rp 
Shakespeare Tavern, Sir Thomas's 

Buildings, " 

Shakespeare Tavern, Williamson Sq., n 
Erased 3 September 1823. 
N,B. — No. i4oofi8i4, although erased, was placed 
on the Roll of 1832, with the same number, " 140, 
late at Liverpool, erased by order of the Grand 
Lodge." G. L. Cals. 



1774 
1792 

1814 
1817 



15 April 1755 



214 



160 



127 



128 



115 



140 



140 



io8 



1894 



Name ok Lodge. 



Places of Meeting. 



Date of Warrant 
or Constitution. 



Three Crowns, St. Peter Port, 

Guernsey, Channel Islands 1763 24 June 1763 

Lapsed soon afterwards. No Records after 1763. 



Orange Lodge, 

Named in 1800. 



Union Lodge. 



91 



Three Crowns, St. Peter Port, 

Guernsey, Channel Islands 1789 
Revived on payment of £,s 5^- o'i- 
1789, March 4, " Letter read from a number of 
Brethren at Guernsey, praying for a renewal of ye 
Warrant No. 116, which had lain dormant for some 
year.s, which being submitted to a qtiestion, was 
granted." G.L.Min. 

Coombe's Coffee House, Guernsey 1796 

Three Crowns, St. Peter Port, n 1802 

Erased 5 March 1828. 



Charles Town [Charleston], 

South Carolina, U.S. of America 1755 

Not in List until 1760. 

G. L. of South Carolina (Ancients) was formed 
24 March 1787. This hodgewas jiot erased frOTjl our 
Register ttntil 1813. 



Leghorn (Tuscany), Italy 1763 

No Eutry after 1763. 



Port Mahon, Minorca (Balearic Islands), 

Spain 1770 

The English occupation of this Island ceased for 
the second tijne in 1782, when, if not earlier, the 
Lodge must have been extinguished. It is kept on 
Lists in .\himan Rezon of 1804, 1807, and 1813. 



12 May 1789 



Lodge of Regularity 

Named in 1768. 
Red Apron Lodge. 



Lodge of St. John the 
Baptist, 

Named in 1774. 



1740 



3 May 1755 



24 June 1763 



June 1770 



1755 



1770 



248 



[780 



1781 



161 128 129 



Swan, New Street, Covent Garden, London 1755 

White Hart, St. James's Street, n 1756 

Horse Shoe, Jermyn Street, Piccadilly, m 1765 
Craven Arms, Marshall Street, 

Golden Square, n 17^9 

Horse Shoe, Jermyn Street, Piccadilly, it 1770 

Thatched House Tavern, St. James's St.,11 1778 

Freemasons' Tavern, Great Queen Street, n 1813 

Freemasons' Hall, w ir 1865 



See page 95. 
See page 97. 
See page loi. 



Ship and Castle, Marketjew Street, 

Penzance, Cornwall 1755 
The Star, Marketjew Street, Penzance 1765 

Erased s February 1777. 



[Place tinkiiownl Bristol, Gloucestershire 1763 

Probably never constituted. Is Blank in Register^ 
excepting the )tu7ftber. 

Appears however, in Cal. 1800 as " Plltme of 
Feathers, Sun Street," in Ahiman Rezon 1804, 
" Plume of Feathers, Bristol," in Ahiman Rezon 
1807, " Feathers, Bristol," and in Ahiman Rezon 
1813, " Wine Street, Bristol." 



5 May 1755 

Warrant of 

Confirmation, 

25 Dec. 1826. 

Centenary Warrant 

granted 

23 April 1855. 

[Does not appear to 

have been taken up 

by the Lodge]. 



23 April 1752 
16 Dee. 1752 
31 Jan. 1754 

14 June 1755 
1763 



259 



260 
261 
262 

271 



198 



162 



129 



1792 



1814 



[832 



[863 



116 

A 



116 

B 



141 



116 



130 



117 

A 



117 

B 



117 



142 



108 91 



199 



163 



118 



109 



1 894 



92 



Name of Lodge. 



Lodge of Freedom 
and Ease, 

1777- 

Moira Lodge, 

1803. 



Lodge of Charity. 



Golden Lion Lodge, 

1758. 



Places of Meeting. 



Swan, Upper Mount Street, Grosvenor 

Square, London 1755 

Admiral Vernon's Head, North Audley St. ,11 1755 
Bricklayers' Arms, Duke Street, 

Grosvenor Square, n 1757 

The Vine, High Holborn, n 1760 

King's Arms, Tower Street, Seven Dials, n 1761 

Royal Oak, Great Earl Street, fi n 1769 

Crown, High Street, St. GilesintheFields,ii 1777 

The George, Charles St., Westminster, n 1777 

Royal Tent, Silver Street, Golden Square, u 1781 
Prince's Head, facing Admiralty, 

Charing Cross, n 1782 

Black Horse, in the Strand, n 1785 

In 1790 it was resolved to unite with No. 46 [No. 
13a of II June 1735], and the meeting of the united 
Lodges is recorded in the minutes of this Lodge. 
They afterwards became disjoined, but No. 46 
retained the joint title. 

Coal Hole Tavern, Fountain Court, 

Strand, London 1790 

Three Jolly Butchers, Iloxton Market 

Place, Old Street Road, n 1790 

New London Tavern, Cheapside, n 1803 

London Tavern, Bishopsgate Street, n 1812 

Mansion House Station Restauiant, 11 1876 

The Criterion, Piccadilly, n 1877 

The Albion Tavern, Aldersgate Street, n 1881 



Shoulder of Mutton, St. Augustine 

Street, NOFWiCh, Norfolk 1755 

The Duke, St. Bennet, Norwich 1765 

The Duke, St. Augustine's, m 1774 

Recruiting Serjeant, Norwich Road, 

HOPStead, Norfolk 1783 
King's Head, Coker's Hill, 

Walsingham, Norfolk 1784 

Erased 13 April 1791. 



Date of Warrant 
or Constitution. 



17 June 1755 

Warrant of 
Confirmation, 

8 May 1847. 
Centenary Warrant, 

9 May 1873. 



Amsterdam, 



Holland 1755 



Joinedthe Grand Lodge 0/ Holland in 1757, hut 
■was not revio^'edfroni English R egisteruntilj-jSg. 

Now No. 3 on Reg. of G. L. of Holland. 



Raven, Cow Lane, ChesteP, Cheshire 1755 

Not in List until 1756. 

Golden Lion, Foregate Street, Chester 1758 

Castle and Falcon, Watergate Street, n 1766 

Three Black Birds, Foregate Street, n 1768 

Phcenix, Easlgate Street, n 1776 

Boot Tavern, m n 1779 

Erased 18 April 1792. 

See page 104. 

See page 104. 

See page 90. 

See page 104. 

White Lion, BeCCleS, Suffolk 1755 

Erased in 1769. 

See page io8. 



1740 



1755 



263 



200 



1770 



164 



1780 



1781 



130 



131 



1792 



118 



1814 



143 



1832 



109 



1863 



92 



17 June 1755 



24 June 1755 



264 



201 



165 



131 132 



265 



202 



24 June 1755 



203 



166 



132 



133 



Aug. 1754 
Sept. 1754 

6 June 1747 
1754 

14 July 1755 

14 June 1755 



266 
267 
268 
269 
270 

271 



204 



no 



1894 



Name of Lodge. 



93 



94 



Knight of Malta Lodge. 



Social Lodge, 

Named in 1809. 



King George's Lodge, 

1778. 

Phoenix Lodge, 

1785. 

A ^^ Masters^ Lodge" 
1780-1813. 



Places of Meeting. 



Prince of Desau's Head, Chandois Street, 

St. Martin's Lane, London 1763 

Blue Last, Holywell Mount, Shoreditch, n 1769 

No Returns after Dec, 1765. Lapsed about i-]-]^. 

Is not in Lists in Ahiman Rezon 1804 or 1807, but noted 
'■ London " only, in Ahiman Rezon 1813. 



See page 1 14. 



Swan Tavern, YoFktown, Virginia, 

U.S. of America 1755 
Grand Lodge of Virginia was formed 13 October 1778. 
This Lodge loas retained on English Register until 1813. 



Black Lion, Castle Garth, Newcastle- Upon- 

Tyne, Northumberland 1763 
No Records after ij^^. 

Is in Calendar 1800, and in Ahiman Rezon 1804, "Black 
Boy, Castle Garth, Newcastle-upon-Tyne." 



Second Regiment of Royal Lancashire 

Militia 1803 

No. 309 (A) took No. 120 (A) in 1804. 

At Sunderland, Durham 1804 

Colchester, Essex 1805 

Sunderland, Durham 1805 

TynemOUth, Northumberland 1807 

Liverpool, Lancashire 1807 

Hull, Yorkshire 1808 

Plymouth, Devonshire 1810 

In Second Regiment of Lancashire Militia 1814 

No pay7neitts after ^Z-i^, Erased in 1822. 



Flower in Hand, Pitt Street, Parish of St. Mary, 

Norwich, Norfolk 1755 

Rose, St. Augustine Street, Norwich 1763 

The Twins, m m 1765 

The Fountain, Briggs Lane, n 1783 

Wounded Hart, Upper Market Street, n 1791 

Imperial Arms, St. Peters, n 1816 

Old Church Stile, Upper Market Street, n 1817 

Wounded Hart, n ,, 1826 

Lamb Inn, Haymarket, ,, 1835 

Royal Hotel, Market Place, „ 1856 

Freemasons' Hall, Theatre Plain, „ 1861 

Bell Hotel, Orford Hill, „ 1876 

Masonic Rooms, 23, now 47, St. Giles Street, n 1879 



Old Harbour (Dorothy, Middlesex), Jamaica, 

West fndies 1763 
No Records after 1763. Probably did not ptiy for Con- 
stitution, as there is a note "Six Guineas due to Dermott, 
G.S." It is however retained in each of the Lists in Ahiman 
Rezon 1804, 1807, and 1813, as "Old Harbour, Kingston, 
Jamaica." 



Masons' Arms, Union Street, Sunderland, 

Durham 1755 
Nag's Head, Church Street, Sunderland 1766 

King's Arms, u „ 1768 

Golden Lion, High Street, ti 1770 

Masonic Hall, Queen Street, n 1778 

Phoenix Hall, n u 1785 

Freemasons' Hall [same place], u 1862 



Date of Warrant 
or Constitution. 



19 Sept. 1763 



23 April 1813 



1 Aug. 1755 



1 Nov. 1763 



20 Oct. 1803 

and 

20 Get. 1804 



16 Sept. 1755 

Warrant of 

Confirmation, 

2 Aue;. 1797. 

Centenary Warrant, 

25 Sept. 1879. 



1 Oet. 1763 



7 Oet. 1755 

Constituted 
25 Nov. 1755. 

Warrant of 
Confirmation, 
29 Sept. 1821. 



1755 



205 



206 



207 



1770 



167 



168 



169 



1780 



133 



134 



135 



1781 



134 



135 



136 



1792 



119 



120 



121 



119 

A 



119 

B 



120 

A 



309 

B 

120 

B 



121 



1814 



1832 



1863 



144 



145 



110 



93 



146 



111 



94 



Ill 



Name of Lodge. 



Lodge of Virtue, 

Named in 18x4. 



The Grand Lodge 
Frederick. 

Lodge Frederick 

of the 
White Horse, 1821. 



Feathers Lodge, 1758. 

Loyal British Lodge, 

1796. 



Lodge of Stability, 

Named in 181 7. 



St. David's Lodge, 

Named in 1777. 



Places of Meeting. 



Second Division of Marines, Vine, 

Lombard .Street, Portsmouth, Hampshire 1763 

No Records after 1764. 

Calendar 1800 has " Man in the Moon, Grand Parade," 
Ahiman Rezon 1804 " Man in the Moon, Portsmouth," and 
*' Portsmouth (Hants)," in 1807. 



Swan Inn, St. Mary Butts, Reading, Berkshire 1808 
Upper Ship Inn, Duke Street, n 1808 

Last payment 1821. Last minutes 8 May 1822. 
Erased in 1827. 



12 March 1808 



City of Hanover (Hanover), 



Germany 1755 



Was constituted as Lodge Frederick by Prov. G. L. of 
Hamburg in 1746, and received patent as Prov. G. L. from 
England direct in 1755. 

Continued on English Register until 1813, but had ceased 
its connection with England in 1765, by joining the Strict 
Observance. It was however re-patented by England 5 July 
1786, and continued under Eriglish Rule until i November 
1828, when it asserted its independence. _ Accordingly it 
should not have been dropped at the Union, and was re- 
inserted on English List, in 1821, as No.* 146-122. 
Erased/roni English Register in 1827. 

Stills exists, under same name, on Reg. of G. L. 
Royal York of Friendship, Berlin. 



Sixth Regiment of Inniskilling 

Horse [Dragoons] 1763 
Warrant renewed to "6 Inniskilling Regimentof Dragoons," 
on 2a May 1775, after which date there are no records. It 
appears in Ahiman Rezon 1804 and 1813, but could not have 
been in existence, and is not in the Ahiman Rezon 1807. 



Plume of Feathers, Bridges Street, Chester, 

Cheshire 1755 
Bull and Dog, Northgate Street, Chester 1766 

Plume of Feathers, Bridges Street, n 1773 

Boot Tavern, Eastgate Street, n 1796 

Coach and Horses, Northgate Street, u 1805 

Albion Hotel, Lower Bridge Street, ti 1820 

Erased 5 March 1828. 



King's Head, New Street, Birmingham, 

Warwickshire 1764 

Lapsed about 1765. but is continued in Cal. of 1800 and 
Ahiman Rezon of 1804. 



Swan Inn, Market Square, Hanley, Staffordshire 1805 
Sea Lion, High Street, 11 1809 

Erased 5 December •lZ'2t. 



White Hart and Prince of Wales' Arms, Upper 
End of Cranbourne Alley, Leicester Fields, 

London 1756 

Black Swan, Rider's Court, Cranbourne Alley, 

Leicester Fields, " 17^6 

Coach & Horses, David Street, Berkeley Square, pi i 777 

New Hog-in-the-Pound, Oxford Street, n 1787 
King's Arms Coffee House, Lower Brook Street, 

Grosvenor Square, n 179' 

Erased 13 April 1796, and 12 April 1797. 



Date of Warrant 
or Constitution. 



14 Oct. 1763 



25 Nov. 1755 



19 Oct. 1763 

Renewal Warrant, 
20 May 1777. 



2 Dee. 1755 



1755 



208 



11 April 1764 



24 Sept. 1805 



20 Jan. 1756 



1770 



170 



209 



210 



171 



1780 



136 



137 



172 



1781 



137 



1792 



122 



122 

A 



122 

B 



123 



138 123 



138 



[814 



147 



1832 



1863 



148 



139 



124 

A 



124 149 

B 



124 



112 



1 894 


Name of Lodge. 


Places of Meeting. 


Date of Warrant 
or Constitution. 


1755 


1770 


1780 


1781 


1792 


A 


1814 


1832 


1863 






See page 106. 


7 Feb. 1755 


211 
















■• 






See page 93. 


26 Feb. 1751 


212 










•• 












See page 107. 


March 1754 


213 






•• 






•• 










See page 107. 


15 April 1755 


214 












•• 










Bishop Blaze, ShorecUtch, London 1764 
Removed [place not mentioneil, G. Com.'\ Nov. 1773 


12 June 1764 












125 












Cancelled ■] September\T]^, for making Masons 
for 16^. 9(f. 


























Permission having been granted, the existing Members of No. 
125 (A) joined No. 63 (A) in 1777. 
























A "Masters' Lodge" 
1760-1813. 


Charles Town [Charleston], South 

Carolina, U.S. of America 1756 

Not in List until 1760. 

Was kept on Register down to iSi^yTvAen it was erased. 

The G. L. of South Carohna (Ancients) was formed 
24 March 1787. 

Green Dragon, Skinner Street, Newport, 

JMonmoiUhshire 1764 

Lapsed soon after its date. There are no entries after 
1764 : is however in Cal. of 1800. 


22 March 1756 
12 June 1764 


249 


173 


139 


140 


125 


126 

A 










Ancient Britons' Lodge. 


Caerphilly, Glamorganshire 1807 
Bio. I'hompson's, Caerphilly 1808 
Boar's Head, n 1809 
Erased 5 March 1828. 


16 Dec. 1807 




•• 


•• 




•• 


126 

B 


150 


•• 


•• 




Port Royal Lodge. 


Beaufort, Port Koyai, South Carolina, 

U.S. oj America 1756 

Not in List until 1760. 

Erased in 1813. 

The G. L. of South Carolina (Ancients) was formed 
24 March 1787. 

Golden Lion, Golden Lion Bank, 

Whitby, Yorkshire 1764 
Made no Returns. Struck off from Lodge Register. 

Notwithstanding this, it is retained in Lists in Ahiman 
Rezon 1804 and 18T3, but is omitted from Ahiman Rezon 1807. 


15 Sept. 1756 
25 June 1764 


250 


174 


140 


141 


126 


127 


•• 




•• 




Lodge of Peace. 


Amsterdam, Holland 1756 

Joined G. L, of Holland in 1757, hut was retained 07i 
English Register until 1769. 

Now No. 2 on Reg. of G. L. of Holland. 

Paris Coffee House, Suffolk Street, London 1756 
Hoop and Grapes, St. Martin's Lane, n 1758 
Does not appear to have paid for its Constitution. 
Erased 17 November 1760, hut kept on List until 1762. 


23 Sept. 1756 
30 April 1756 


215 
216 

A 


•• 


■• 


•• 


•• 


•• 


■• 


•• 


•• 




Lodge of St. George, 

Named in 1781. 


Island of St. a Croix [Santa Cruz], Virgrin 

Islands [Danish Island], West Indies 1756 
Not in List until end of 1757. 
It took the place of the preceding London Lodge in 1769. 
Erased in 1813. 


30 April 1756 


224 

A 

216 

B 


175 


141 


142 


k ■ 

127 


•• 


•• 


•• 


••. 



"3 



l894 



95 



Name of Lodge. 



96 



Places of Meeting. 



[Place uukiiowii] LondOIl 1764 

Red Horse, Old Bond Street, n 1767 

Queen's Head, Queen Street, Golden Square, 
Crown and Feathers, Holborn, 

Removal of No. 128 confirmed 4 Dec. 1771 and 
6 April 1772. Location not stated. 

Black Fiiar, Playhouse Yard, Blackfriars, 
Globe, Market, Pall Mall, 

Lapsed about 1-j^^. ^^ Don't meet" G.L.Reg, 



1768 
177I 



1789 
1793 



Eastern Star Lodge. Globe Tavern, Blackwall, 
King's Arms, 



London 



Burlington Lodge, 

Named in 1776. 



97 



Sea Captains' Lodge. 

Palatine Lodge, 

1830. 



Globe Tavern, n n 

King's Arms, n it 

Globe Tavern, n 11 

Artichoke Tavern, n n 

ComiTiercial Coffee House, Poplar, n 

Wade's Arms, East India Road, Poplar, it 

New Globe Tavern, Mile End Road, n 

Rose and Crown Inn, High Street, Bromley, Kent 
Ship & Turtle Tavern, I.eadenhall Street, London 



Rising Sun, Air Street, Piccadilly, London 

White Horse, corner of New Burlington Street, it 
Crown, Swallow Street, it 

Blue Posts, King Street, Golden Square, m 

Rising Sun, Air Street, Piccadilly, n 

Coach and Horses, New Burlington Street, n 
Bunch of Grapes, Duke Street, St. James's 

Square, 11 

The Queen, Holies Street, Cavendish Square, n 
Freemasons' Tavern, Great Queen Street, n 

Boar and Castle, Oxford Street, n 

Red Lion, Old Cavendish Street, Oxford Street, n 
Shakespeare Tavern, Great Russell Street, 

Covent Garden, n 

Phoenix, Princes Street, Cavendish Square, m 
Red Lion, Old Cavendish Street, Oxford Street,ii 
Golden Lion, Wardour Street, Soho, u 

Freemasons' Tavern, Great Queen Street, ti 

Piazza Coffee House, Covent Garden, n 

The Albion Tavern, Aldersgate Street, n 



1802 
i8io 
1811 
18:3 
1813 
1820 
1827 

1837 
1859 
i860 
1863 



1756 

1757 
1779 
1786 
1789 
1790 

1797 
1801 
1803 
1805 
1810 

1821 
1822 
1824 
1826 
1829 
1831 
1850 



White Swan, 



Bromley, Kent 1764 



Date of Warrant 
or Constitution. 



7 f constituted, viust have speedily lapsed^ there being no 
e7itry after z-]t^. 

The Lodge, however, is noted in Ahiman Rezon 1804, as 
at " Sun Tavern, Bromley, Kent," and in Ahiman Rezon 
1813, at " Rising Sun, Bromley, Kent." The Ahiman 
Rezon 1S07, is correct in not recording it. 



Marquis of Carnarvon's Head, Sunderland, 

Durham i757 
Masons' Arms, Union Street, Sunderland 1766 

King's Head, High Street, m 1768 

Golden Lion, u n 1794 

Queen's Head, Queen Street, n 1806 

Kay's Hotel, Warren Street, Bishop 

WearmOUth, Durham 1835 
Bridge Inn, Flag Lane, Bishop Wearmouth 1847 

Bridge Hotel, High Street, ^ Sunderland i860 

Masonic Hall, Park Terrace, Toward Road, 

Sunderland 1870 



15 



5 Dee. 1764 



22 Dec. 1802 



1755 



1770 



1780 



[781 



1792 



1814 



1832 



1863 



128 

A 



128 

B 



151 



112 



95 



2 Dee. 1756 

Centenary Warrant 

( special Jewel) , 

26 Jan. 1856. 

Warrant of 

Confirmation, 

25 June 1828. 



1764 



217 



176 



142 



143 



128 



152 



113 



96 



129 



14 Jan. 1757 

Centenary Warrant 

{^special J ezvet)y 

13 Aug. 1864. 



218 



177 



143 



144 



129 



153 



114 



97 



114 



1 894 



Name of Lodge. 



98 



St. Martin's Lodge, 

Named in 1807. 



Ppovidenee Lodge, 

also called 
St. John's Lodge, No. : 



99 



Derwent Lodge. 



Places of Meeting. 



Swan Inn, High Green, WolveFhampton, 

Staffordshire 1764 

Lapsed in 1765, but is retained on List in Ahiman 
Rezon 1804. 

" Delivered up to the Grand Lodge. '' {Cat. 1800.) 



Masons' Arms Inn, St. John's Square, 

BUFSlem, Staffordshire 1805 

Legs of Man, Market Place, Burslem 1820 

White Hart Inn, Liverpool Road, n 1837 

Masons' Arms Inn, St. John's Square, n 1846 

Assembly Rooms, Legs of -Man, Market Place,ii 1859 

Town Plall, Market Place, n 1875 



Shakespeare Lodge, 

Named in 1805. 

Freemasons* Hall Medal 

(1783). 

Red Apron Lodge, 



See page 112. 



Ppovidenee, Rhode Island, U.S. of America 1757 

Not in List until 1769, when it took the number vacated 
by Lodge at St. i Croix. .£3 3s. od. forwarded for 
Warrant, December 1758, and on i January 1761, Secretary 
wrote "expected long ere this to have been registered in 
the Grand Lodge of England." Centennial St. John's 
Lodge, No. 2, Providence, R.I. 

White Horse Tavern, North Main Street, Providence 1757 

Widow Kilton's Tavern, n n '757 

Two Crowns Tavern, n ti 175^ 

House of Bro. Noah Mason, n 1768 



' Closed the Lodge and sealed 
Revived by Warrant 16 July 



Became dormant in 1769. 
up the Jewels," 7 June 1769. 
1778. 

Council Chamber, Providence 1778 

Took a new CJiarter from the G. L. of Rhode Island 
in October 1793, but was kept on English Register ujitil 1813. 

Now No. 2 on Reg. of G. L. of Rhode Island. 



Old George, King Street, North Shields, 

Northumberland 1764 
No entry in Registers after 1764. 
Is in Ahiman Rezon 1804 twice, as at the same place. 



See page 45. 



Wheatsheaf, Blanchland, Northumberland 181 3 

Crewe Arms, Blanchland 1818 

For some reason, difficult to understand, this Lodge took 
No. 155 at the Union, being the number to which Lodge 
131 (A) would have been entitled if then e,\isting. Both 
were Northumberland Lodges, which may account for the 
discrepancy. 

Erased 5 December 1827. 



Parliament Coffee House, Parliament Street, 

London 1757 

Castle Tavem, Henrietta Street, Covent 

Garden, London 1772 

Shakespeare's Head, Covent Garden, n 1773 

London Coffee House, Ludgate Hill, u 1805 

Freemasons' Tavern, Great Queen Street, n 1806 

The Albion Tavern, Aldersgate Street, n 1829 



Date of Warrant 
or Constitution. 



6 Oct. 1764 



1755 



30 July 1805 



30 April 1756 



18 Jan. 1757 

(Prov. G. L., 

Boston. ) 

and 

16 July 1778 



1770 



1780 



1781 



1792 



A 



1814 



1832 



1863 



130 

A 



130 

B 



154 



115 



98 



224 

A 



224 

B 



13 Nov. 1764 

Constituted 
2 Jan. 1765. 



24 Sept. 1805 



23 April 1813 



14 Feb. 1757 

Warrant of 

Confirmation, 

25 April 1841. 

Centenary Warrant 

{Special Jeiuel), 

14 Feb. 1857. 



178 



144 



145 



130 



131 

A 



131 

B 



119 

B 



155 



221 



179 



145 



146 



131 



156 



116 



99 



"5 



i894 



Name of Lodge. 



Caledonian Lodge. 



Lodge of Harmony. 



St. Mary's Lodge, 

Named in 1779. 



St. Cuthbept's Lodge. 



Places of Meeting. 



James Town, island of St. Helena, 

West Coast of Africa 1764 

Lapsed ahont 1763. 

The number was taken by another Lodge in 1766, and by 
a third in 1803. The Lists, however, in Ahiman Rezon 
1804 and 1807, contain both this old Lodge and the Lodge of 
1803, under this number. 



\,Place tinknown\ LivePpOOl, Lancashire 1766 

St. James's Coffee House, St. James's Walk, 

Liverpool 1786 
Caledonian Tavern, Duke Street, n 1792 

Lapsed about 1794. " Cancelled by order of the Grand 
Lod^e." (Crt/. 1800.) 



London Inn, Fordev Street, Moreton- 

Hampstead, Devonshire 1803 
Removed to Sidmouth, Devonshire \g. L. Reg.) 1806 

The Lists in Ahiman Rezon do not note this place of 
removal, but continue the Lodge asat " Moreton-Hampstead," 
Devon. 



Paid nothing after the Unzo7t, and was erased 2 
at Moreton-Hampstead. 



; 1818, as 



Port Maria (St. Mary's, Middlesex), 

Jamaica, West Indies 1757 

Was off the List from 1773-1778, but reappears in 1779, at 
"St. Mary's Island, Jamaica." 

Last payment in 1800. Erasedin 1813. 



Lord Blakeney's Head [Temple Street], 

BpistOl, Gloucestershire 1757 

Crovi'n, Christmas Street, Bristol 1759 

Three Kings, Small Street, n 1760 

Nag's Head, Wine Street, n 1765 

JLrased in 1769. 



See page 114. 



Sun, in the Strand, 



London 1757 



Lapsed about 1758. 



Star, Norfolk Street, Lynn Regis, Norfolk 1759 

Erased 12 April 1780. 



The Bell, TwecdmOUth, Northumberland 1764 

Gilchrist's Tavern, Tweedmouth 1799 

St. Cuthbert's Hall, Blakewell Road, n 1812 

Erased 5 December 1827, 

1784, Feb. 18. " Petition of J. Pringle rejected, the 
petition {sic) being formerly in good circumstances, and 
not belonging to a Lodge since 1778, and no Returns from 
the Lodge No. 133." G.L.Min. 



Date of Warrant 
or Constitution. 



13 Nov. 1764 



4 Nov. 1766 



25 April 1803 



17 Feb. 1757 



17 Feb. 1757 



14 Feb. 1757 



21 Feb. 1757 



1759 



13 Dee. 1764 



■755 



219 



220 



221 



222 

A 



222 

B 



1770 



1780 



1781 



1792 



1814 



1832 



132 

A 



132 

B 



132 

c 



157 



180 



146 



147 



132 



181 



133 



158 



ii6 



1894 



100 



Name of Lodge. 



Lodge of Friendship 

Named in 1 796. 



United Pottery Lodge. 

United Potters' Lodge, 

1822. 



Lodge of Cordiality, 

1793- 

Apollo Lodge of 
Harmony, 1797. 

Lodge of Apollo and 
Amphion, 1807. 

Lodge of Apollo and 
St. George, 1813. 



St. John's Lodge, 

Named in 1770. 



Lodge of Regularity. 



Places of Meeting. 



Date of Warrant 
or Constitution 



The Dove [Dove and Olive Branch], Lower 
Westwich Street, St. Lawrence, 

Norwich, Norfolk 1757 
The White Horse, TrOWSe, Norfolk 1783 

Castle and Lion, White Lion Street, NOFWieh 1783 
King's Arms, High Street, Blakeney, A'^/^tt 1788 
White Horse, Haymarket, St. Peter's Mancroft, 

Norwich 1792 

The Volunteer, St. Stephen's Street, 11 1805 

Rose Inn, St. Augustine Street, n 1812 

Pope's Head, Upper Market Street, St. Peter's 

Mancroft, 11 1822 

Bear Hotel, Bridgefoot, Southtown, 

Great Yarmouth, Norfolk 1846 

St. George's Tavern, King Street, Great Yarmouth 1850 

Duke's Head Hotel, Quay, m 1853 

Crown and Anchor Hotel, Quay, n 1S60 

Corn Hall [Installation], n 1867 

Crown and Anchor Hotel, Quay, n 1867 



See page II 2. 



1st Battalion, Boyal Artillery, Fort George, 

Invernessskire, Scotland 1764 
Lapsed about 1774. 



White Lion, Church Street, Lane End, 

Staffordshire 1 805 
Swan, Church Street, Lane End 1806 



25 March 1757 

Warrant of 

Confirmation, 

i6 Sept. 1823, 

since cancelled, the 

original having been 

found. 

Centenary Warrant, 
20 June 1876. 



1755 



1770 



223 



182 



1780 



147 



1781 



1792 



148 133 



1814 



159 



1832 



[863 



117 



100 



White Lion, 
Crown and Anchor, Market Place, 
Union Hotel, High Street, 
White Lion, Church Street, 

Erased -^ June 1829. 



1806 
181S 
1816 
1822 



White Lion, Oxford Road [now Oxford Street], 

London i7S7 

Bacchus, Bloomsbury Market, 11 1759 

Feathers, King Street, Seven Dials, m 1768 

Two Blue Posts, Arlington Street, Piccadilly, m 1773 

Fountain, Broad Street, Golden Square, n 1778 

Golden Cross, Charing Cross, n 1794 

Argyle Arms, Argyle Street, Oxford Street, m 1797 
Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Broad Street, Golden 

Square, it 1800 

Wheatsheaf, Rathbone Place, cr 1801 

Private Room, John Street, Fitzroy Square, 11 1807 

Thatched House Tavern, St. James's Street, 1. 1813 

No Return after 1814. Erased 3 March 1830. 



The Cock, the Head of the Side, NeWCastle- 

Upon-Tyne, Northumberland 1757 
Private Room, Westgate Street, Newcastle-upon- 
Tyne 1 775 
Erased 13 February 1788. 



The Sun, Shadwell, 

White Lion, Shadwell Market, 

Erased 10 April 1782. 



Amsterdam, 



London i757 
.1 1778 



Holland 1757 



30 April 1756 



26 Dee. 1764 



24 April 1805 



Erased in 1769. 



224 

A 



134 

A 



134 

B 



160 



4 May 1757 



226 



183 



148 



149 



134 



161 



13 Oct. 1757 



31 Oct. 1757 



21 Nov. 1757 



225 



227 



184 



185 



149 



150 



150 



151 



228 



117 



Royal Cambrian Lodge. 



101 



Name of Lodge. 



Lodge of Rectitude, 

Named in 1770. 



St. John's Lodge, 
No. 2 Prov. 



Temple Lodge. 



Lodge of Unanimity, 

Named in 1790. 



Places of Meeting. 



1757 
1763 
1767 

1768 
1770 



Queen's Head, Duke's Court, Bow Street, 

Covent Garden, London 

Queen's Head, Bath St., Cold Bath Fields, m 

Long Acre Coflee House, 1 ,ong Acre, n 

Bedford Head, Southampton Street, 
Covent Garden, 

Coachmakers' Arms, I^ong Acre, 

Erased 13 Ncruember 1776. 



See page 104. 



Navy Club House, The Garrison, SheerneSS, Kent 1765 
No entries after 1765, ajtd vtust have ceased to exist. 

Appears in Cal. 1800 and in Ahiman Rezon i8oi,as " Navy 
Coffee House, Sheerness," and in Ahiman Rezon 1807, as 
" Navy Hotel, Sheerness." 



Parrot Inn, High Street, NewpOPt, Monmouthshire iS 
Ceased ^neeting ill J Illy 1823. 
Erased 1 December 1830. 



Ann Street, New York (New York), 

U.S. of America 1757 
Not in List until 1762. 

The Warrant of No. 272 was taken from New York by some 
of the members who retired with the Provincial Troops 
in Sept. 1776. Subsequently they returned. 

Green Bay Tree Tavern, Fair Street, New York 1779 

The Lodge remained on English Register until 1813, 
but haziiftg surrendered its Warrant to G.L. ofNew York 
on 3 March 1784, took a new Warranfj}n 3 June 1789. 

Now No. I on Reg of G. L. of New York. 



\Place ztnknown\ 

Last entry Dec. 1767. 



London 1765 

Lapsed about 1768. 



Queen's Head, Little Pulteney Street, 

Golden Square, London 1813 

White Lion, Oxford Street, n 181 5 

Union Tavern, Jermyn Street, Piccadilly, n 1824 

Ship Tavern, Little Turnstile, Holborn, n 1828 

George and Vulture Tavern, Cornhill, n 1837 

Ship and Turtle Tavern, Leadenhall Street, n 1850 



Cock, St. Mary's, NoFWich, Norfolk 1758 

Flower in Hand, Pitt Street, St. Mary's, Norwich 1770 
White Hart, Upper Market, St. Peter's 

Mancroft, n 1770 

Goat, Upper Goat Lane, St. Gregory's, n 1773 

Three Tuns, Aylsham, Norfolk 1774 

Johnson's Coffee House, Market Place, NoFWleh 1781 
King's Head, COltishall, Norfolk 1787 

Maid's Head, St. Simons, NOFWich 1787 

King's Head, Coltishall 1795 

Castle, Norwich Road, Wroxham, Norfolk 1797 

Lapsed abotit 1797. Last meeting 4 September zjgj. 



Date of Warrant 
or Constitution. 



20 Dee. 1757 229 



I75S 



15 May 1754 



13 Jan, 1765 



11 Aug. 1809 

Cons. 24 Nov, i8og. 



27 Dee. 1757 



13 May 1765 



2 July 1813 



18 Feb. 1758 



1770 



1780 



1781 



1792 



1814 



1832 



863 



186 



230 



272 



231 



135 

A 



135 

B 



162 



187 



151 



152 



135 



136 

A 



136 

B 



163 



lis 



101 



188 



152 



153 



136 

A 



ii8 



1894 



Name of Lodge. 



Lodge of Unanimity. 



102 



Lodge of Unanimity 



Lodge of Unity, 

Named in 1777. 

A "Masters' Lodge" 
1769-1803. 



Lodge of Unity. 



103 



Twelve Brothers' Lodge 



Beaufort Lodge, 

Named in 1771. 



Places of Meeting. 



King's Head, near Wroxham Bridge, 

Hoveton St. John, Norfolk 1804 

King's Arms, Ludham, Norfolk 1808 

King's Head, Hoveton St. John 1808 

King's Arms, Ludham 1809 

King's Head, Hovcton St. John 1809 

King's Arms, Ludham 1810 

Kings Head, Hoveton St. John 1810 

King's Arms, Ludham 181 1 

King's Head, Hoveton St. John 1811 

Lodge ceased to work after 1812. 



Tun Inn, Market Place, Bungay, Suffolk 1814 

King's Head Inn, Market Place, Bungay 1815 

King's Arms Inn, King's Arms Street, 

North Walsham, Norfolk 1827 



Isle of Ely, Catnbridgeshire 1765 

Is Blank in Register, all but name of Place, Date, and 
Number, and no traces of it have been found. It is mentioned 
in the Ahiman Rezon of 1804, 1807, and 1813. 



White Hart, Old Town, Plymouth, Devonshire 1758 
Red Lion, South Side Street, Plymouth 1759 



Three Crowns, 
Pope's Head, n 

Erased by jjcistake, 5 February 1777. 
Reinstated 18 April i-j-j-j. 
King's Arms, Vintry Street, 
Fountain Tavern, Grand Parade, 
King's Head, Broad Street, 

Lapsed ijL iffo3. Last entry •] June 1802. 



1763 
1769 



1777 
1799 
1803 



Half Moon, High Street, Crediton, Devonshire 1804 
Erased 5 December 1827. 



Salutation Tavern, Grand Street, Leghorn, 

(Tuscany), Italy 1765 

The only entry in Register consists of place, date, and 
number. Is_ mentioned in Ahiman Rezon 1804 and 1807, as 
at "Salutation Tavern, High Street, Leghorn." If not 
extinct long before {which is highly probable) it would 
have been crushed by the Ducal Edict ofiSoo. 



Blue Anchor Tavern, St. George's Square, 

Portsea, Hampshire 180S 
Dolphin, High Street, Portsmouth, Hampshire 1820 
Erased s March 1828, 



Bell, Broad Street, 



Bristol, Gloucestershire 1758 



The Guinea, Small Street, Bristol 1765 

Duke of Beaufort, on the Quay, n 1767 

Cock, Nicholas Street, ,, 1781 

Lamb and Flag, King's Head Court, n 1782 

Shakespeare, Prince Street, n 1784 

Cornish Mount, on the Quay, n 1795 

Talbot Inn, Bath Street, n 1801 

Freemasons' Hall, Broad Quay, n 1813 

11 11 Bridge Street, n 1818 

IT II Park Street, n 1871 



Date of Warrant 
or Constitution. 



10 Dee. 1804 

Warrant of 
Confirmation, 
I May 1811. 



4 Feb. 1814 

Centenary Warrant, 
8 Nov. 1877. 



5 Sept. 1765 



1 March 1758 



6 Feb. 1804 



16 Oct. 1765 



4 March 1808 



8 March 1758 

Warrant of 
Confirmation 
7 May 1800. 

Centenary Warrant, 
6 Feb. 1874. 



I7S5 



1770 



1780 



1781 



1792 



136 

B 



1814 



164 

A 



1832 



1863 



164 

B 



119 



102 



137 



232 



189 



153 



154 



137 

A 



137 

B 



165 



138 

A 



138 

B 



233 



190 



154 



155 



138 



166 



167 



120 



103 



[ "9 ] 



104 



Name of Lodge. 



St. James's Lodge. 



Lodge of St. John, 

Named in 1815. 



Corinthian Lodge, 

Named in 1769. 



Sea Captains' Lodge. 



Lord Delaval's Lodge. 



Places of Meeting. 



Bridgetown, Island of Barbados, West JmlUs 1758 

Not in List until 1760. Erased 18 April 1792. 



Star, Stalybridge Road, Mottram-in- 

Longdendale, Cheshire 1765 
No Returns or Records after 1765. 



Swan witli Two Neclis, DoberoSS, 

Saddleworth, Yarkshm 1775 

Star Inn, High Moor, u 1803 

Lapsed about 1805. 



Buncli of Grapes, Manchester Hill, 

StOekport, " County of Lancaster " 

Sugar Loaf, Manchester Hill, Stockport 

Grapes, n n 
Britannia, Church Gate, Stockport, Cheshire 

Grapes, Underbank, Stockport 

Weavers' Arms, Union Street, Hillgate, Tr 

Grapes, UnderlDank, n 

Duke of Sussex [;««4r«OTCK], m 

Sun and Castle, Middle Hillgate, n 

Star and Garter, Higher Hillgate, ti 

Star, ir 11 

Sun Inn, Market Place, n 

Windsor Castle Inn, Edgeley, n 

White Lion, Great Underbank, m 

Windsor Castle Inn, Edgeley, n 

Wellington Hotel, Wellington Road, n 

Nelson Hotel, n n 

Swan Inn, Shaw Heath, m 

Old Admiral Inn, Higher Hillgate, h 

Ashton House, Greek Street, n 

White Lion Hotel, Great Underbank, n 



1806 
1806 
1807 
1809 
1815 
1816 
1827 
1828 
1831 
1835 
1837 
1839 
1843 
1850 
i860 
1863 
1867 



[874 
[885 



Bombay (Bombay), 



Bombay, India 1758 



Erased in 1813. 



Green Man, Berwick Street, St. James's, London 1758 
Hole-in-the-Wall, Gloucester Street, 

Queen's Square, 11 17^4 

Mercer's Arms, Mercers' Street, Long Acre, n 1765 

Thistle and Crown, Russell Court, Drury Lane,ii 1769 
Constitution Coffee House, Bedford Street, 

Covent Garden, n 1772 

Golden Lion, Church Street, Soho, m 1775 

Erased 23 November 1785. 



White Swan, South Qaay, Great Yarmouth, 

Norfolk 1759 
Erased i February 1786. 



Masons' Arms, FOFd, Northumberland 1766 

[** Sir John Hussey Delavel's Lodge," in Warrant.] 
Erased 5 December 1827. 



31 March 1806 

[Works under the 
Warrant of 
21 Oct. 1765.} 



Date of Warrant 
or Constitution. 



20 March 1758 



21 Oct. 1765 



13 Jan. 1775 



24 March 1758 



6 Aug. 1758 



1 Jan. 1759 



24 Jan. 1766 



175s 



1770 



1780 



1781 



1792 



1814 



1832 



1863 



238 



191 



155 



156 



139 

A 



139 

B 



139 

c 



168 



121 



104 



234 



235 



192 



193 



156 



157 



157 



139 



158 



236 



194 



158 



159 



140 



169 



120 



1 894 



105 



Name of Lodge. 



106 



Marine Lodge, 1770. 

Lodge of Fortitude, 

J780. 

Marine Lodge of 
Fortitude, 1793. 

Lodge of Fortitude, 

1803. 

A ^^ Masters' Lodge" 
1780-81. 



Sun Lodge. 



Sun Lodge, 



St. George's Lodge, 

Named in 1773. 



Places of Meeting. 



Red Lion, South Street, Plymouth (Second 

Division of Marines), Devonshire 1759 
Three Crowns, New Quay (Second Division of 

Marines), Plymouth 1759 

Bunch of Grapes, Fore Street, Plymouth Dock 

[now DeVOnpOFt], Bmonshire 1 769 

King's Head, Fore Street, Plymouth Dock 1772 

Dolphin Inn, h pi 1 780 

Half Moon, George Street, n 1792 

Half Moon, Liberty Street, n 1793 

IFlace unknowit] EaSt StOUehOUSe, Dnvnshire 1793 

Half Moon, Pembroke Street, Plymouth 1796 

White Swan, EaSt StOUChOUSe 1803 

New Crown Hotel, Fore Street, Plymouth Dock 181 1 

Weakley's Hotel, Fore Street, n 1817 

Prince George Inn, n n 1823 

Maritime Inn, The Parade, Plymouth 1825 

Private Room, Notte Street, n 1826 

Freemasons' Hall, Cornwall Street, n 1828 

Prince George Hotel, Vauxhall Street, 

East Stonehouse 1849 

Huyshe Masonic Temple, 3 Princess Place, 

Plymouth 1866 

Freemasons' Hall, i Princess Square, n 1888 



See page 119. 



See page 6Tj. 



Minorea (Balearic Islands), Spain 1766 

No Records after 1766; would have died out, if then in 
existence, when the English occupation ceased in 1782. It 
is kept on the Ahiman Rezon Lists of 1P04, 1807, and 1813 ; 
in the latter being located as in the " Island of Minorca, 
IVest Indies." 



Sun Inn, Wolborough Street, NewtOn Abbot, 

Devonshire 1759 
Warrant burnt or lost 1795. Lapsed about that date. 



Dolphin Inn, The Cross, ExmOUth, Devonshire 1804 

Globe Hotel, The Strand, Exmouth 1809 

Dolphin Inn, The Cross, m 1817 

Globe Hotel, The Strand, n 1842 

Royal Beacon Hotel, The Beacon, 1, 1866 

Masonic Hall, Ferry Road, u 1894 



Meadway's Wine Vaults, High Street, West Town, 

CreditOn, Devonshire 1759 
The Angel, High Street, West Town, Crediton 1766 
Erased i February 17S6. 



Royal Oak, Queen Street, Portsmouth 

Common [now Portsea], Hampshire 1759 
Erased 27 January 1768. 



Square & Compasses, BaPnaPd Castle, Durham 1759 
Erased 27 Jamtary 1768. 



Mermaid, Windsor, Berkshire 1759 

Crown, Prescot Street, Windsor 1767 

Bell and Castle, ,, 1773 

ErasedzZ April 1775. 



20 March 1758 



11 July 1732 



28 June 1766 



Date of Warrant 
or Constitution. 



2 Jan. 1759 

Centenary Warrant 
{Special Jewel), 
24 March 1863. 



17 March 1759 



18 Jan. 1804 

Warrant of 
Confirmation, 
17 June 1S22. 



21 April 1759 



21 April 1759 



21 April 1759 



6 June 1759 



1755 



1770 



237 



195 



1780 



159 



1781 



160 



1792 



140 



1814 



170 



1832 



122 



1863 



105 



238 



239 



141 



240 



196 



160 



161 



141 

A 



141 

B 



171 



123 



106 



241 



242 



243 



244 



197 



161 



162 



198 



121 



i894 


Name of Lodge. 


Places of Meeting. 


Date of Warrant 
or Constitution. 


1755 


1770 


1780 


1781 


1792 


A 


1814 


1832 


1S63 




Temple Lodge. 


[Place unkiicmin] Bristol, Gloucestershire 1759 
Three Queens, Thomas, Street, Bristol 1770 
Erased 23 April 1773. 


2 July 1759 


245 


199 


•• 




•• 






•• 


■• 




Union Lodge. 

Named in 1773. 


Vine, King's Arms Passage, in the Poultry, London 1759 
Lebeclt, in the Strand, ,1 1761 
The Feathers, in the Strand, „ 1769 
Union Coffee House, Piccadilly, 1, 1773 
Erased -LI April 1780. 

See page 89. 

See page 108. 

See page 112. 

See page 112. 

See page 70. 

Cock, without Mighton's Gate, Hull, Yorkshire 1759 
Black Bull, in Mighton's Gate [Mytongate], Hull 1762 
Erased 27 January 1768. 

King's Head, High Street, Canterbury, Af«; 1760 

Erased in 1773. 

King of Prussia's Head, Welchpool, 

Montgomeryshire 1766 
Lapsed about 1775. Last entry Feb. 1775. 


24 Aug. 1759 

1743 
3 May 1755 
22 March 1756 
15 Sept. 1756 
1735 

20 Aug. 1759 
14 Jan. 1760 
28 June 1766 


246 

247 
248 
249 
250 
251 

252 
253 


200 
201 


•• 


•• 




142 

A 






•• 


107 


Philanthropic Lodge 


Maid's Head Inn, Tuesday Market Place, 

Lynn, Norfolk 1 8 10 
Star Inn, Norfolk Street, Lynn 1828 
Shakespeare Tavern, King Street, n 1830 
Star Inn, Norfolk Street, „ 1833 
East Anglian Hotel, Blackfriars Street, m 1854 
Globe Hotel, King Street, „ 1856 
Duke's Head Hotel, Tuesday Market Place, „ 1859 
Globe Hotel, King Street, „ 1864 
Masonic Hall,' Tuesday Market Place, n 1872 

On Board His Majesty's Ship the ' Vanguard ' 1760 
Lapsed about 1767. 


22 March 1810 

Constituted 
14 May i8io. 

16 Jan. 1760 


254 

A 










142 

B 


172 


124 


107 


108 


London Lodge, 

Named in 1772. 

Freemasons' Hall Medal 
(1781). 

Mariners' Lodge. 


Queen of Bohemia's Head, Wych Street, 

St. Clements, London 1768 

London Coffee House, Ludgate Hill, n 1772 
Queen's Arms Tavern, Cheapside, n 1812 
Freemasons' Tavern, Great Queen Street, ir 1816 
Freemasons' Hall, n n 1865 
Ship and Turtle Tavern, Leadenhall Street, n 1871 

St. Andrew's Cross, near the Hermitage, 

Wapping, London 1760 

Erased in 1778. Lodge ^^ Dissolved" {Note hy G. Sec.') 1778. 


1 May 1768 

Warrant of 
Confirmation, 
30 Nov. 1852. 

Centenary Warrant, 
24 Jan. t868. 

1760 


254 

B 

255 


202 
203 


162 


163 


142 




173 


125 


108 



16 



122 



1 894 



Name of Lodge. 



Lodge of Utility, 

Named in 1774. 



A ^^ Masters^ Lodge,'^ 
1762-85. 

Golden Lion Lodge, 

1772. 



No. 8 Calcutta, 



109 



St. David's Lodge. 



Places of Meeting. 



Three Crowns, St. Peter Port, Guernsey, 

Chatmel Islands 1 760 

Erased 27 January 1768. 



Globe, Hatton Garden, London 1760 

Anderton's Coffee House, Fleet Street, n 1 76 1 

Globe, Hatton Garden, n 1763 

Guy, Earl of Warwick, Gray's Inn Lane, n 1766 

Blue Posts, Fulwood's Rents, High Holljorn, n 1771 

Fish and Bell, Charles Street, Soho Square, n 1774 

White Hart Inn, Holborn, n 1775 
Erased 31 October 1781. 



Talbot Inn, Crossparish [now Briggate], 

Leeds, Yorkshire 176 1 

Old King's Arms, Briggate, Leeds 1 761 

Talbot Inn, Crossparish, n 1762 

Old King's Arms, Briggate, n 1765 

Golden Lion, near the Bridge, Briggate, n 1766 

Ceased to meet regularly, Dec. 1780. Last Meeting 
13 August 1783. Lapsed for want of Members. 

Erased i February 1786. 



Punch Bowl, Stonegate, YOPk, Yorkshire 1761 

Erased 27 January 1768. 



Lodge Industry and 
Perseveranee. 

Named in 1 790. 

8th Lodge of Calcutta. 

1761. 

2nd Lodge of Bengal, 

1773- 



Caledonian Lodge. 



Calcutta, 



Beiignl, India 1762 



This Lodge is noted in the Engraved Lists of 1762 and 
1763, at both numbers 286 and 275; at the latter number it 
bears a date, but not at the former. It does not appear after 
1763 as No. 286, which was given in 1766 to "St. David's 
Lodge, Holywell." 



Boar's Head, 



1761 



Holywell, Flintshire 
Not in List until 1765. 
King's Head & Masons' Arms, High St., Holywell 1765 
Eagle and Child, Cross Street, n 1769 

King's Head and Masons' Arms, High Street, n 1773 
White Horse, u u 1777 

Erased 7 February 1787. 



Star Inn, Watergate Street, Chester, Cheshire 1766 

No Records in Register after 1766. 

Appears in Ahiman Rezons 1804 and 1813 as "Star Inn, 
Watergate, Chehter." It is correctly left out of List in 
Ahiman Rezon 1807. 



Calcutta, 

See No. 286 above. 



Bengal, India 176 1 
Not in List until 1762. 



On the point of closing in 1804, but continued to Dec. 1804. 
Revived 4 Dec. 1812. 

Chowringhee, Calcutta 1835 

Freemasons' Hall, n 1862 

Scotch Masonic Hall, 10 Sudder Street, n 1864 

Freemasons' Hall, m 1865 

1, 55 Bentinck Street, 1, 1889 



Edinburgh Coffee House, Swithin's Alley, 

Threadneedle Street, near Royal Exchange, 

London 1761 

Feathers Tavern, Cheapside, n 1762 

Ship, Leadenhall Street, n 1768 

Boar's Head, Eastcheap, ir '770 

Nag's Head, Leadenhall Street, n 1773 

King's Head Tavern, Poultry, n 1776 

Erased 2 February 1785. 



Date of Warrant 
or Constitution. 



1760 



27 Nov. 1760 



8 Jan. 1761 

Constituted 
14 January 1761. 



12 Jan. 1761 



No Date 



13 Jan. 1761 

Constituted 
27 May 1761. 



1755 



256 



257 



258 



28 June 1766 



7 Feb. 1761 

Warrant of 
Confirmation, 
30 April 1844. 

Centenary Warrant 

{Special Jewel), 

23 March 1872. 



9 March 1761 



259 



286 

A 



286 

B 



1770 



1780 



178I 



1792 



1814 



1832 



1863 



204 



163 



164 



205 



164 



165 



206 



165 



166 



275 



260 



143 



207 



166 



167 



143 



174 



126 



109 



208 



167 



168 



123 



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Name ok Lodge. 



110 



111 



Loyal Cambrian 
Lodge, 

Named in 1837. 



Restoration Lodge, 

Named in 1773. 



Places of Meeting. 



Post Office, Custom House Quay, Whitehaven, 

Cinnbet'land 1761 
Square and Compass, Old Quay, Whitehaven 1763 

Termed " Sun, Square, and Compasses," in G.L.Pro. 1773, &c. 
Erased 1 Febt ttary 1786. 



Lord Granby's Head, 

Erasedin 1769. 



Dover, Kent 1 76 1 



[Place tin knmvii] London 1 766 

King's Head, Hewitt's Court, Strand, n 1771 

George, GreatSt. Andrew's Street, SevenDials, .1 1771 

[Confirmed removal, but place not noted] n 1774 

Warrant Cancelled 7 June 1775. 



Castle Inn, High Street, MerthyP Tydvil, 

Glamorganshire 1810 
Bush Hotel, m Merthyr Tydvil 1828 

Masonic Hall, n u 1881 



Date of Warrant 
or Constitution. 



4 May 1761 



8 May 1761 



1766 



Percy Lodge. 

Lodge of Peace and 
Unity, 1816. 



Union Lodge. 



Bay Horse and Jockey, at Darlington, Durham 
[" Horse and Groom " in Warrant] 



The Sun, Prospect Place, 
Private Room, Priest Gate, 
Private Room, Bond Gate, 
Hat and Feather, Church Row, 
Fleece Inn, Blackwellgate, 
Town Hall, Market Place, 
Fleece Hotel, Blackwellgate, 
Masonic Hall, Northgate, 
Freemasons' Hall, Archer Street, 



Darlington 



1761 

1764 

1774 
i8ir 
1826 
1836 
1858 
1862 
1864 
1871 



Spread Eagle, Bridge Street, Wisbeeh, Isle of Ely, 

Cambridgeshire 1 76 1 
Erased in 1769. 



Bell, St. George's Square, Portsmouth 

Common [now Portsea], Hampshire 1761 
Private Room, St. G eorge's St. , Portsmouth Common 1 761 
Three Black Birds, Union Street, n 1762 

Called also " Three Choughs," and "Three Crows." 
Erasedin 1767. 



[Place unknown'] London 1766 

Cancelled 6 Deccmher 1769, and again 6 June 1770. 



Phcenix Inn, Bridge Street, Morpeth, 

Northumberland 1810 
Private Room, Morpeth 1812 

Erased 5 March 1828. 



Crow Lane, Long Island, Bermudas, 

West Indies 1 76 1 
Erasedin 1813. 



King's Head, Mytongate, KingSton-Upon-HulI, 

Yorkshire 1 76 1 
Blue Bell, Market Place, Kingston-upon-HuIl 1767 

Erased 27 January 1768. 



20 June 1810 



19 June 1761 

Centenary Warrant 

{^Special Jewel), 

2 May i86i. 



8 Aug. 1761 



20 Aug. 1761 265 



1755 



261 



262 



■263 



264, 



1770 



209 



1780 



168 



1781 



169 



1792 



1814 



1832 



1863 



144 

A 



144 

B 



210 



169 



170 



144 



175 



176 



127 



128 



110 



111 



24 Nov. 1766 



26 Nov. 1810 



17 Sept. 1761 



27 Oet. 1761 



145 

A 



145 

B 



177 



266 



211 



170 



171 



145 



267 



124 



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Name of Lodge. 



112 



Places of Meeting. 



All Saints Lodge. 



St. GeoFge,s Lodge. 



113 



Lodge of Unanimity 

Named in 1823. 



114 



115 



British Union Lodge 

Named in 1777- 



St. John's Lodge, 

Named in 1831. 



Royal Frederick Lodge. 



Wooler, Northumberland 1762 

Erased 28 April 1775. 



Mr. Russell Skinner's, Calcutta, Bengal, India 1767 

No records after ^ Septe^nber jtji, and probably lapsed 
soon afterwards. 

Is however in Ahiman Rezon 1804, " Calcutta," in Ahiman 
Rezon 1807, " Brother Russell's, Calcutta," and in Ahiman 
Rezon 1813, "Calcutta, East Indies." 



Half Moon Inn, High Street, ExetOF, Devonshire 1762 
Bear Inn, South Street, Exeter 1767 

11 1784 

„ 1817 

1835 

1838 

1843 
1880 



Globe Inn, St. Mary's Churchyard, 
Half Moon Inn, High Street, 1 

Assembly Room, Clarence Hotel, High Street, 1 
New London Inn, Northernhay Place, 1 

Tuckers' Hall, Fore Street Hill, , 

Freemasons' Hall, Gandy Street, 1 



Crown Inn, Low Town, BpidgnOPth, Shropsliire 1767 
No Records after 1767, and must have lapsed. 
The Ahiman Rezon of 1804 retains it, but it is absent from 
Ahiman Rezon of 1807. 



Third Royal Lancashire Militia, Dover, Kent 1812 

At Canterbury, n 1812 

11 Chatham, n 1812 

M Preston, Lancashire 1814 

New Legs of Man, Fishergate, Preston 1823 

King's Arms Inn, Church Street, m 1829 

Crown Inn, n n 1843 

Town Hall Buildings, Fishergate, n 1849 

Stanley Arms Hotel, Lancaster Road, n 1854 

Bull Hotel Assembly Rooms, Church Street, n 1866 



Green Man, The Quay, 



Ipswich, Suffolk 



Philby's Coffee House, Tower Lane, Ipswi 

Golden Lion, Cornhill, 

The Bull, Cornhill, 

Golden Lion, Cornhill, 

Crown and Anchoi* Tavern, Westgate Street, 

Bear and Crown, Westgate Street, 

Suffolk Hotel [same house re-named]. 

New Assembly Rooms, Northgate Street, 

White Horse Hotel, Tavern Street, 

New Assembly Rooms, Northgate Street, 

White Horse Hotel, Tavern Street, 

Masonic Hall, Brook Street, 

Golden Lion Hotel, Cornhill, 

Freemasons' Hall, Soane Street, 



,ch 



1762 
1777 
1781 
1785 
1785 
1813 
1816 
1832 
1840 
1849 
1853 
1853 
1867 
1877 
1879 



2nd Battalion Royal Artillery, Perth, 

Perthshire, Scotland 1767 
Royal Artillery, Gibraltar (Malaga), Spain 1773 

Tuckey's Lane, Gibraltar 1878 

Horse Barracks Lane, m 1881 

Masonic Hall, Alameida, w 1886 



City of Rotterdam, 

after 17& 
have joined the G. L. of Holland. 
Erasedfrom English Reg. in 1813. 



Holland 1762 



Three Tuns, St. Peter's, NorwiCh, Norfolk 1767 

White Swan, Market Place, u 17S7 

Lapsed. " Apostatized, 1792." G.L.Reg, 
The Lodge is retained on List in Ahiman Rezon 1804 and 
1813, but is not in Ahiman Rezon 1807. 

See page 117. 



Date of Warrant 
or Constitution. 



1 Jan. 1762 



28 May 1767 



20 Jan. 1762 

Warrant of 

Confirmation, 

15 November 1819. 

Centenary Warrant 

{^Special Jewel), 

5 Dec. 1862. 



17 July 1767 



13 March 1812 

Warrant ofConfirm- 
ation & Consolidation 
as a Civil Lodge, 20 
August 1823. 



1755 



1770 



1780 



1781 



1792 



1814 



1832 



1863 



268 



212 



146 



269 



213 



171 



172 



146 



178 



129 



112 



147 

A 



21 Jan. 1762 

Centenary Warrant, 
30 April 1872. 



5 Sept. 1767 

Warrant of 

Confirmation, 
2 December 1826. 

Centenary Warrant, 
6 Feb. 1874. 



25 Jan. 1762 



9 Sept. 1767 

Warrant of 

Renewal, 

24 Sept. 1787. 



27 Dee. 1757 



147 

B 



179 



130 



113 



270 



214 



172 



173 



147 



180 131 



114 



148 



181 



132 115 



271 



215 



173 



174 



148 



149 



272 



125 



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Name of Lodge. 


Places of Meeting. 


Date of Warrant 
or Constitution. 


1755 


1770 


1780 


1781 


1792 


A 


1814 


1832 


1863 


116 


Royal LaneasMre 
Lodge, 

Named in 1782. 

Has Minutes of 27 March 
1760, and reference to a still 
earlier existence. 

Arimathea Lodge. 


Hole in the Wall, Market St., Colne, Lancashire 1762 
Freemasons' Arms, Market Street, Colne 1 797 
New Red Lion Inn, „ „ 1S13 
Angel Inn, „ „ 1818 
Private Room, Windy Bank, „ 1823 
Swan Hotel, Market Street, „ 1852 

Swan Inn, Cornhill, BpidgwateF, Somersetshire 1767 

Lapsed shortly after its date. There are no records of it 
after 1767. The Cal. for iSoo, however, notes it as at the 
" Lamb Inn," High Street. 

House of Bro. John Wallace, Dover, Kent 1767 

No further evidence of its existence in Dozier. Not in 
G. Z. Registers. Miist have lapsed. 


4 Feb. 1762 

Met prior to March 
1760. 

Centenary Warrant, 
16 Aug. 1883. 

9 Sept. 1767 
3 Oet. 1767 


276 


216 


174 


175 


149 


150 

A 

150 

B 


182 


133 


116 




Temple Lodge. 


Marquis of Granby, High St., Folkestone, Kent 1802 
Royal George Inn, Seagate Street, Folkestone 1830 
Erased 5 September xZ-^Z. 


4 Oct. 1802 


•• 




•• 


■• 


■• 


150 




183 


134 


•• 




St. Alban's Lodge, 

Named in 1784. 


The George [St. George and Dragon], Digbeth 

Street, BiPIIlingham, VVanvicksMre 1762 

Freemasons' Tavern, Steelhouse Lane, Birmingham 1784 

Shakespeare Tavern, New Street, n 1789 

White Horse, Steelhouse Lane, n l8i6 

Erased 3 Jutte 1829. 

Private Room, Appledore, Devonshire 1 762 
Private Room, BidefOPd, it 1774 
Erased 5 February 1777. 

See page 122. 


23 Feb. 1762 

18 March 1762 
7 Feb. 1761 


273 

274 
275 


217 
218 


175 


176 


150 


•• 


184 




■• 




\ 


The Bell, St. George's Square, Portsmouth 

Common [now PoFtsea], Hampshire 1762 
Red Lion, Market Row, GospOFt, n 1765 
Erased in 1767. 


8 May 1762 


278 




•• 


•• 


•• 






■• 


•• 




A " Masters' Lodge^^' 
1764-66. 


On Board His Majesty's Ship the ' Prince ' at 

Plymouth, Devonshire 1 762 
On Board His Majesty's Ship the ' Guadaloupe ' 

at Plymouth 1764 
Lapsed about 1765. 


22 May 1762 


279 

A 




•■ 


■• 










■• 




Somerset House Lodge, 

1767. 


Private Room, Somerset House, Strand, London 1766 
King's Arms, New Bond Street, n 1767 

United with " Old Horn Lodge," No. 2 (T.I.), 
^0 January 1774. 


1766 


279 

B 


219 






•• 


•• 






•• 




Ppovineial Grand Lodge. 


Islands of Montserrat and Nevis, West Indies 1767 
Made no Returns, and there are no Records after 1767. 
Is in Ahiman Rezon 1804, '' Montserat," in Ahiman Rezon 

1807, "Provincial Grand Lodge, Mountserat," and in Ahiman 

Rezon i8ij, " Island of Nevis, West Indies." 

Not in List after 1814. 


2 Dee. 1767 










• * 


151 


185 








Merchants' Lodge. 


Quebec (Quebec, Lower Canada), Quebec 1759 

The Sun, kept by Miles Prentice, in St. John 

Street, _ Quebec 1764 

Freemasons' Tavern, kept by Miles Prentice, 

St. John Street, Quebec [later] 

Erased in iSrs. Took Athol Warrant, No. 265 (A) 
December 1790, when it necessarily lapsed. 


Dec. 1759 

Dispensation. 

21 March 1762 

G. L. Warrant. 


277 


220 


176 


177 


151 











126 



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Name of Lodge. 



No. 1 Provincial. 



St. Andrew's Lodge. 
No. 2 Provincial. 



117 



Salopian Lodge of 
Charity, 

Named in 1820. 



St. Patrieli's Lodge. 
No. 3 Provincial. 



Concord Lodge, 

Named in 1812. 



St. Peter's Lodge, 

Named in 1788. 

No. 4 Provincial. 



Places of Meeting. 



Fort St. George, Madras (Chingleput), Madras, 

India 1768 

Is stated to have surrendered its A tiiol Warrant, and 
joined n Modern Lodge at Madras, in 1787. 

[See " Lodge of Perfect Unanimity," No. 233, of 1786.] 

It is however kept in the Lists in Ahiman Rezon 1804, 1807, 
, and 1813. 



St. ValieP, near Quebec (Lower Canada), Quebec 1760 

Quebec 1763 

[78th Highlanders at first, afterwards a mixed Lodge.] 
Not in List until 1770. Erased in 1813. 



Tliirteenth Regiment of Foot 1768 

Last Entry ■^June 1776. 

In Ahiman Rezon 1804, is said to be " Seventh Regiment 
of Foot," and "Thirteenth Regiment, "in Ahiman Rezon 1807. 

" Granted and Revived in the Shropshire Militia 1810, 
formerly in 13 Regt. Foot." G.L. Reg. 



SllFOpsllire Militia, GOSpOPt, Hampshire 1810 

rp East Stonehouse, Z'ti/raj/iwY 1812 

In the Shropshire Militia 1814 
Trumpet Inn, Hills Lane, Shrewsbury, 

Sliropshire 1820 

Turf Inn, Claremont Hill, Shrewsbury 1821 

King's Head, Mardol, n 1825 

Angel Inn, Abbey Foregate, ir 1832 

Turf Inn, Claremont Hill, n 1837 

Private Room, Howard Street, n 1838 

Elephant and Castle, Mardol, n 1841 

Raven Hotel, Castle Street, n 1844 

Raven and Bell Inn, Wyle Cop, ti 1847 

Lion Hotel, Wyle Cop, n 1857 

Raven Hotel, Castle Street, h i860 

Masonic Hall Buildings, The Square, n 1891 



Quebec (Quebec, Lower Canada), 



Quebec 1^62 



Not in List until 1770. Lapsed in 1792. Erased in iSi^. 



Talbot Inn, High Street, Stourbridge, 

kVorcestej'sIiire 1768 
T/iis number is completely blanis in Register 1768. 

" Let Warrant, No. 154, at Stourbridge, be transferred to the 
petitioners at Whitehaven." G. Sec. Leslie 1805. 



George Inn, Tangier Street, Whitehaven, 

Cumberland 1805 

Three Tuns, Strand Street, Whitehaven 1805 

1806 
1808 
1809 
1810 
1812 
1812 



George Inn, Tangier Street, 1 

King's Arms Tavern, Market Place, . 1 

George Tavern, Tangier Street, 1 

Globe Inn, King Street, 1 
Cupola Hotel, Scotch Street and Duke Street, 1 

Golden Ball Inn, Irish Street, t 
Erased 5 September 1838. 



Date of Warrant 
or Constitution. 



5 Jan. 1768 

Renewed 
28 Jan. 1787. 



20 Oct. 1760 

Prov. Warrant. 



8 Feb. 1768 



22 March 1810 

Exchanged for a 

Civil Warrant, 

23 June 1820. 



1762 



1768 



1755 



1770 



221 



June 1805 



Montreal (Montreal, Lower Canada), Quebec 1768 

Not in List until 1770. 

House of Peter Arnoldi, Montreal 1771 

Interregnum of about eight years. Revived by Prov. 
Warrant of 22 May 1780. 

House of Robert Simpson, Tavern Keeper, Montreal 1780 

Lapsed in -i-ji^-^. Erased in 1813, 



1768 



1780 



177 



222 178 179 



1781 



178 



1792 



1814 



1832 



1863 



152 



152 



153 

A 



153 

B 



186 



135 



117 



223 



179 



153 



154 

A 



154 

B 



187 



136 



180 



154 



12/ 



1 894 



Name of Lodg^. 



No. 5 Provincial. 



St. Andrew's Lodge, 

Named in 1804. 

No. 4 in Halifax. 



Select Lodge. 

No. 6 Provincial. 

["Provincial Grand 
Master's Own Lodge."] 



No. 7 Provineial. 



Ancient and Amicable 
Lodge, 1792. 

Square and Compass 
Lodge, 1804. 

Sun,. Square and 
Compass Lodge, 1805. 



Places of Meeting. 



On Board His Majesty's Ship ' CanceaUX ' 

at Quebec (Quebec, Lower Canada), Quebec 1768 

" To be held in the most convenient place adjacent to the 
said Ship Canceaux." IVarrant. 

Not in List until 1770. 

Erased 18 April 1792. 



At the Sign of the General Amherst, Halifax 

(Halifax), Nova ScOtla, North America 1768 
Masonic Hall, Halifax, N.S. 1801 

Erased i September i86g, on its joining the G. L. of 
Nova Scotia, formed ^^June 1869. 

Now No. I on Reg. of G. L. of Nova Scotia. 



Quebec (Quebec, Lower Canada), 
Not in List until 1770. 
Lapsed ill ■L'j^i. Erased imZi^, 



Quebec 1769 



General Amherst, Halifax (Halifax), Nova 

Scotia, North America 1768 

No Records after 1768 ; but is continued in Ahiman Rezon 
of 1804 and 1807, in the latter being designated " General 
Amherst's Lodge." 



Royal Horse APtillery, in Barracks, 

Colehestei", Essex 1809 
Plough Inn, Plough Corner, Colchester 181 1 

Duke of York, Magdalen Street, 11 1814 

Erased 5 March 1828. 



Fifty-second Regiment of Foot, Quebec, 

(Quebec, Lower Canada), Quebec l']6<) 
Not in List until 1770. Erased iji 1813. 



Fox Inn, Princess St., Shrewsbury, Shropshire 1762 
Globe, High' Street, n 1766 

Erased in 1775. 



The Fleece, on the Quay, Barnstaple, Devonshire 1762 
Erased 13 Noz>e]nber 1776. 



Sun and Sexton, Whitehaven, Cumberland \-](>Z 

" Sun and Septer," in Warrant. 

Square and Compasses, Old Quay, Whitehaven 1785 

Scales, Market Place, n 1794 

Private Lodge Room, Bardywell Lane, n 1799 

Masons' Arms, Brick Street, n 1800 

Square and Compasses, Old Quay, it 1802 

King's Arms, Market Place, n 1803 

Golden Lion, Lowther Street, u 1804 

Mrs. Sheridan's, Isle of Man Packet House, 

Quay, 11 1805 

Duke of AthoU, in the Ginns, n . 1805 

Warrant withdrawnfor Unmasonic Conduct 1806. 



Date of Warrant 
or Constitution. 



1755 



1770 



27 Dee. 1768 



26 March 1768 

Centenary Warrant, 
9 Feb. 1871. 



16 Jan. 1769 



224 



1780 



180 



[781 



181 



1792 



1814 



1832 



1863 



155 



188 



137 



118 



1768 



1809 



17 June 1769 



28 May 1762 



28 May 1762 



18 May 1768 



225 



181 



182 



155 



156 

A 



156 

B 



189 



226 



182 



1S3 



156 



280 



281 



227 



228 



167 

A 



128 



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119 



Name of Lodge. 



Sun, Square and 
Compasses Lodge. 



Royal Navy Lodge, 

Named in 1776. 



Union Lodge. 



Lodge of Friendship, 

Named in 1773. 



Lodge of Seven United 
Brethren. 

"La Lege des Freres 
Reunis." 



Prince of Brunswick's 
Lodge. 



Lodge of Inhabitants. 



Places of Meeting. 



George Inn, Tangier Street, WMtehaVen, 

Cumberland 1807 

Swan Inn, Scotch Street, Whitehaven 1808 

Swan with Two Necks, King Street, m 1808 

Blue Bell, Tangier Street, 11 1809 

Three Tuns, Strand Street, n 181 1 

Blue Anchor, West Street, n 1812 

Three Tuns, Strand Street, n 1816 

Horse and Farrier, n 1817 

Blue Bell, Tangier Street, n 1822 

Crown and Mitre Inn, Quay Street, n 1829 

Buck's Head Inn, Market Place, n 1842 

Steam Packet Inn, West Strand, n 1846 

Grapes Inn, New Street, n 1850 

Black Lion Hotel, King Street, n 1852 

Freemasons' Hall, College Street, u 1859 



The Three Kings, Beach Street, Deal, Kent 1762 

East India Arms, 11 n 1765 

Three Kings' Inn, tr n 1783 

Royal Exchange Inn, n n 1799 

Lodge Room, n 1803 

Walmer Castle Inn, High Street, n 1804 

Black Bull Inn, 1, „ 1808 

Royal Oak Inn, Oak Street, u 1809 
JLrascd 4 December 1822. 



The Castle, London Road, Isle'WOFth, Middlesex 1769 
The Feathers, Richmond, London 1771 

Lapsed about r-j-]^. " Feathers dormant sometime," irj^ 
1794, and is in the Ahiman Rezon 1804, as at,,*' Feathers, 
Richmond." Is Blank in Ahiman Rezon 1807. 



Old Ivy Bush, King Street, CaPmaPthen, 

Carmarthenshire 181 1 
White Lion Inn, Queen Street, Carmarthen 181 2 

Union Hall Inn, Quay Street, n 1813 

White Lion Hotel, Queen Street, n 1814 

White Lion and Royal Hotel, Queen Street, n 1822 

Erased 3 June 1829. 



Duke's Head, Tuesday Market Place, Lynn Regis, 

Norfolk 1762 
Crown Tavern, Church Street, Lynn Regis 1786 

Globe Inn, King Street, n 1812 

Crown Tavern, Church Street, n 1819 

Coffee House, Tuesday Market Place, n 1821 

Shakespeare Tavern, King Street, u 1825 

Erased s September 1838. 



Amsterdam, 



Holland 1752 



Nothing more is Icnown of this Lodge. 
It was erased in 1769. 



See page 41 



Prince of Brunswick's Head, Blackfriars Road, 

London 1805 

Blue Last, Salisbury Square, Fleet Street, n 1807 

Crown and Sugar Loaf, Fleet Street, n 1811 

Mitre Tavern, Ely Passage, Hatton Garden, n 1814 
Not in Lists after 1825. Erased 3 Marcli 1830. 



Gibraltar (Malaga), Spain 1762 

No payment after -lZqo. Erased in 1813. 



Date of Warrant 
or Constitution. 



See page 122. 



14 Mareli 1807 

Centenary Warrant, 
19 Feb. i88s- 



8 June 1762 



1755 



282 



31 Jan. 1769 



9 July 1811 

Constituted 
15 July 1811. 



9 June 1762 



16 June 1762 



27 Feb. 1769 



18 Dee. 1805 



12 July 1762 

13 Jan. 1761 



283 



284 



285 231 



1770 



229 



230 



1780 



183 



184 



286 



1781 



184 



185 



185 186 159 



1792 



1814 



1832 



157 

B 



190 



138 



1863 



119 



157 



158 



191 



158 

A 



158 

B 



192 



193 



139 



159 

A 



159 

B 



194 



129 



l894 



Virtutes et Artis Amici. 



Name of Lodge. 



120 



Hiram Lodge. 



Falladian Lodge, 

Named in 1767. 



St. Paul's Lodge. 



The Doop to Virtue, 

Name altered in Lists to 

The Door to Eternity, 
in 1793. 



Places of Meeting. 



Half Moon, Westgate, Otley, Yorkshire 1762 

Krased in 1769. 



Amsterdam, 



Holland 1762 



Erased in 1769. Had previously joined the G. L. of Holland, 
and died out in 1777. 



Green Dragon, Portland Square, Workington, 

Cumberland 1762 
Erased 28 April 1775. 



Queen of Hungary's Head, St. Benedict Street, 

St. Swithin's, NOFWich, Norfolk 1769 

Golden Anchor, in tlie Market, Norwicli 1787 

Wliite Horse, Market Place, i, 1789 

179T, Sept. 22. Stewards' Lodge recommended No. 160 to 
be cancelled for irregularities. 1792, March 7, No. 160 was 
restored to all its former privileges. It "apostatized," i.e. 
joined the " Moderns," in 1792, and was Cancelled s June 
1793. G. L. Min, 



Angel Inn, Narrow Bridge Street, PeteFbOFOUgh, 

Northamptonshire 1S02 

No Entry in Registers after 1802, but is in Ahiman Rezon of 
1804 and 1807. 



Red Lion Inn, Commercial Street, Pontypool, 

Monmouthshire 1812 
Erased in 1830. 



Date of Warrant 
or Constitution. 



16 Aug. 1762 



16 Sept. 1762 



28 Sept. 1762 



22 MaFeh 1769 

Renewal Warrant, 
3 Sept. 1787. 



See page 107. 



White Hart, Broad Street, HCFefOFd, Herefordshire 1 762 

Hereford 1764 
1776 
1788 
1806 
1818 

1837 
1865 
1870 



Green Dragon, Broad .Street, 
Swan and Falcon \unknown'\. 
Bowling Green, Bewell Street, 
City Arms Hotel, Broad Street, 
Bowling Green, Bewell Street, 
Green Dragon Hotel, Broad Street, 
Mitre Hotel, n 

Green Dragon Hotel, u 



Vine, Lombard Street, PoFtSmOUth, Hampshire 1762 
King's Arms Inn, Grand Parade, Portsmouth 1767 

Erased 23 April 1773. 



George, George Yard, Whitechapel, London 1769 

Removal of No. 161 confirmed, but place of 
removal not stated, 1771. 



\_Place unknown'] Woolwich, 

Lapsed about 1775. 



1774 



Private Room, Monk Wearmouth, Durham 1812 
Erased s March 1828. 



Hildesheim, Hanover, Germany 1762 

Not in List until \']^^,/roni whtch it was erased in- 1813. 

The Lodge was warranted by the Prov. G. L. of Hamburg, 
and closed in 1765. Was re-constituted in 1786 by the Prov. 
G. L. of Frankfort. Ceased to be an English Lodge on 
joining the Berlin G. L, Royal York, in 1802. Became again 
an English Lodge, as a daughter of the Prov. G. L. of 
Hanover, in 1814, and finally left our jurisdiction when that 
Prov. G. L. declared itself independent in 1828. 

Now named " Porch of the Temple of Light,*' on the Reg. 
of G. L. Royal York of Friendship, Berlin. 



17 



5 June 1802 



13 June 1812 



15 April 1755 



12 Oct. 1762 

Centenary Warrant 

{Special Jewel)^ 

3 Sept. 1862. 



I7SS 



287 



288 



289 



1770 



232 



1780 



1781 



2 Nov. 1762 



22 May 1769 



290 



291 



26 Dec. 1812 



27 Dec. 1762 



233 



234 



186 



312 



235 



1792 



160 

A 



160 

B 



187 



160 



1814 



160 195 

c 



1832 



1863 



140 



187 



188 



161 



161 

A 



196 



141 



120 



161 

B 



197 



I30 



1 894 



Name of Lodge. 



Jerusalem Lodge, 

Named in 1814. 



Places of Meeting. 



Union Lodge, 

Named in 1787. 



121 



St. George's Lodge, 

Named in 1792. 
Mount Sinai Lodge, 



Mulberry Tree Tavern, Broad Street, Bristol, 

Gloucestershire 1 769 

Little Tower, Broad Quay, Bristol 1 789 

The Druid, Old Market Place, n 1792 

Ben Jonson's [;(«&«««], " 1795 

Duke of Devon's Head, Temple Street, n 1796 

Private Rooms, Bridewell Lane, 11 1805 

Mulberry Tree Tavern, Broad Street, n 1806 

Artichoke Tavern, St. Augustine's Bank, n 1813 

Mulberry Tree Tavern, Broad Street, 11 1814 

Freemasons' Hall, Broad Quay, h 1818 
Erased in 1829. 



Punch Bowl, Peck Lane, Nottingham, 

Nottinghamshire 1763 

Formerly under Athol Warrant, No. 62 (A), page 80. 

The Union, Peck Lane, Nottingham 1764 

The Feathers, Market Place, n 1766 

White Horse, Barker Gate, u 1778 

Flying Horse, The Poultry, m 1787 

White Lion, Carlton Road, n 1792 

Thurland Hall, Thurland Street, 1. 1807 

" Warrant surrendered to G.M." Erased in iZiZ. 



St. George [Georgetown], Island of 

Grenada, West indies 1769 
St. George's [Georgetown], Grenada 1804 

Lapsedin 1813. 



Date of Warrant 
or Constitution. 



1769 

Warrant of Renewal 
21 Aug. 1789. 



Mount Sinai Lodge. 



St. Marie's Lodge. 



University Lodge. 



Lodge of Amity, 

Named in 1780. 



Lodge of Regularity. 



The Ship, Quay Street, PenzanCe, Cornwall 181 3 
Union Hotel, Chapel Street, Penzance 1816 

Three Tuns Hotel, Green Market, 11 1817 

Union Hotel, Chapel Street, n 1821 

Masonic Hall, Public Buildings, n 1867 



Saxe Gotha [now Columbia], South 

Carolina, U.S. of America 1763 

Erasedfrom List in 1813. G.L. of South Carolina (Ancients) 
formed 24 March 1787. 



Sun Inn, Trinity Street, Cambridge, 

Cambridgeshire 1763 
Erased 12 April 1780. 



Crown Inn, High Street, Rochester, Kent 1763 

Erased 27 January 1768. 



Black Bull, Market Place, Hexham, 

Northumberland 1763 
Erased 5 February 1777, Ifui subsequently reinstated. 
Bush Inn, Hall Garth, Hexham 1780 

Erased a^^ain, to February 1790. 



Bear's Paw, Main Street, Frodsham, Cheshire 1770 

Last entry 1793. Lapsed about 1794, but is retained in 
each List in Ahiman Rezon 1804, 1807, and 1813. 



St. John's Hall, Black River, Musqueta 

Shore, Musqueta Coast, Central America 1763 
Was retained on List until 1813, and then erased. 



31 Jan. 1763 



1 Nov. 1769 



21 Dee. 1813 



1755 



1770 



1780 



1781 



1792 



162 



1814 



198 



1832 



1863 



292 



236 



188 



189 



162 



199 



8 Feb. 1763 



1 March 1763 



17 March 1768 



8 March 1763 



163 

A 



163 

B 



200 



142 



121 



299 



293 



237 



238 



189 



190 



163 



294 



295 



239 



190 



191 



7 March 1770 



8 March 1763 



164 



300 



240 



191 



192 



164 



131 



Lodge of Perfect Union. 

A *' Masiers* Lodge^^' 
1764-72. 



123 



Name of Lodge. 



Derbyshire Lodge. 



Lennox Lodge, 

Named in 1799- 



Lodge of True 
Friendship, 

Named in 1777. 



Lodge of Patience, 

Named in 1820. 



Places of Meeting. 



White Hart, High Street, Chippenham, Wiltshire 1763 
Krased 23 April iTJ'i. 



Ship Tavern, Long Lane, Bermondsey, London 1770 

Removal confirmed 18 April 1772, and 6 December 1775 ; 
places not recorded. G. Com, 

Lapsed, and Warrant delivered up In G.L., 24 June 1776. 



King's Head Inn, Market Place, Buxton, 

Derbyshire 1810 
Crow and Harpur's Arms Inn, Marl^et Square, 

Longnor, Staffordshire 1842 
Erased 7 March. 1866. 



Freemasons' Arms, Bargate, Richmond, Yorkshire 1763 
Blue Bell, Market Place, Richmond 1769 

Old Black Bull, Market Place, n 1784 

Dainty Davy, n n 1804 

King's Head Hotel, n n 1831 

Freemasons' Hall, Newbiggin, n 1870 



Black Bear, East Street, Havant, Hampshire 1763 

Erased 27 January 1768, but is in 1769 List, 

N.B. — At the end of Engraved List of 1763, there appears 
another entry, No. 305, "At Havant, Hams," but it is not 
continued, and is, I infer, a duplicate entry of this Lodge. 

See page 130. 

See page 130. 



Silver Lion, Middle Row, DoveP, Kent 1763 

King's Head, Clarence Place, m 1765 

The City of London, n 1766 

Erased 23 April 1773. Subsequently reinstated. 

King's Head, Clarence Place, Dover 1775 

Private Room, Bulwark Street, n 1777 

Erased a^ain 7 April 1784. Reitistated 12 April 1786. 

Private Room, Bulwark Street, Dover 1786 

Eijtally erased 18 Ap?it 1792. 



Private Room, Stubbington, near Titchfield, 

Hampshire 1 763 

Described as " Hubbington, near Litchfield," in Engraved 
List of 1764. 

Erased in 1773. 



Seven Stars, Bridge End, St. ThomaS the 

Apostle, near ExeteP, Devonshire 1 763 
Erased in 1769. 



Queen of Hungary's Head, St. Benedict Street, 

Norwich, Norfolk 1770 
Dolphin, Coslany Street, St. Michael's, Norwich 1787 
Dolphin, St. Mary's, u 1794 

Wild Man, St. Andrew's Steps, rr 1803 

King's Head Inn, Market Place, n 1814 

Waggon and Horses, Tombland, n 1816 

Cabinet Makers' Arms, Redwell Street, 

St. Michael-at-Plea, n 1831 

Warrant returned. Erased iti 1845. 



Date of Warrant 
or Constitution. 



May 1763 



18 April 1770 



12 Nov. 1810 



4 May 1763 

Constituted 
I May 1763. 

Centenary Warrant, 
8 Oct. 1878. 



1763 

8 Feb. 1763 

8 March 1763 

2 Aug. 1763 



6 Aug. 1763 



10 Aug. 1763 



10 Aug. 1770 

Renewal Warrant 
3 Sept. 1787. 



1755 



296 



1770 



241 



1780 



[781 



1792 



1832 



1863 



165 

A 



165 

B 



297 



242 



192 



193 



165 



201 



202 



143 



144 



122 



123 



298 

299 
300 
301 



243 



193 



194 



302 



244 



303 



166 



203 



145 



132 



Name of Lodge. 



124 



Marquis of Granby 
Lodge, 

Named in 1782. 



Places of Meeting. 



125 



126 



Lodge of Amity. 



Prinee Edwin's 
Lodge, 

Named in 1 82 1. 



Lodge of Silent 
Temple, 

Named in 1807. 



Ancient York Lodge. 



St. Andrew's Lodge, 

Named in 1786. 



Marquis of Granby, Sadler Street, Dupham, 

Durham 

Met without Warrant, 24 June 1738, at the Bird and Bush, 
Sadler Street, met once at Bro. C. Schaffe's house, Framwell- 
gate, 15 January 1745-6, then at the Bird and Bush again 
until 25 February 1746-7, when it met at the Shoulder of 
Mutton, Claypath ; during the remainder of 1747 it was held 
at the Fox, in Claypath. Returned to the Bird and Bush 
from 1748 until 1763, when the name of the House was 
changed to the Marquis of Granby. 

The Castle, Duncow Lane, Durham 1768 

Private Koom, Bro. Nicholson's, Old Elvit, n 1781 
Private Room, Bro. Richardby's, n m 179^ 

Lodge Room, Chapel Passage, n n :8ii 

Freemasons' Hall, n it 1869 



Trowel and Hammer, St. Stephen's Gate, 

Norwich, Norfolk 1770 
City of York, St. Michael at Coslany, Norwich 1787 
Ship Inn, High Street, Blakeney, Norfolk 1801 

Marked " Dormant " in Address Book, about 1805-7, Ijtt is 
kept on the List ujttil 1813. 



The Haul-over, up the River Belise, Bay Of 

Honduras (Honduras), Central America 1763 
St. George's Quay, Bay of Honduras 1776 

Erased in 18 13. 



The Pelican, Walcot Street, Bath, Somersetskire 1771 
Warrant returned 'z^ September y"]-]-^. 



Red Lion Inn, Market Street, 
Duke's Head Inn, n 
King's Head Inn, n 
Private Hall, Bank Street, 
White Hart Hotel, High Street, 
Bank Buildings, Bank Street, 



Hythe, Kent 1807 
1808 
1812 
1823 

1837 
I88I 



The Hall, Blucher Street, Burnley, Lancashire 1763 
White Bull, Manchester Road, Burnley 1770 



The Thorn, St. James's Street, 
Cross Keys Inn, Cheapside, 
Royal Oak, Curzon Street, 
Cross Keys Inn, Cheapside, 
Exchange Hotel, Nicholas Street, 
Bull Hotel, Manchester Road, 



1788 
1807 
1827 
1835 
1879 
1886 



U.S. of America 1771 
Boston 1772 



Boston, Massachusetts, 

Mr. Alexander's Battery, 

" Read a Letter from Lodge No. 169, held at Boston, 
complaining against the proceedings of the P.G. M. of Boston, 
held under the Grand Lodge of Scotland." A thol G.L. Min. 
7 Sept. 1774. 

Left Boston in 1776 and went to New York. 

It took part in the formation of the G. L. of New York, 

5 December 1782. 

Assembly Hall at Roubalets, New York 

(New York), U.S. of America 1776 

It retained the number 169 until 3 June 1789, when it 
was assigned the rank of No. 5. In 1819, became No. 7, and 
so continued until 1827, when its Warrant was surrendered to 
G. L. of New York. // continued on the English Lists in 
AhiTnan Rezon down to 1813. 



Date of Warrant 
or Constitution. 



8 Sept. 1763 

Constituted 
19 Sept. 1763. 

Centenary Warrant 

{Special J ewe I) , 

II July 1863. 



1770 

Warrant of Renewal, 
3 Sept. 1787. 



21 Sept. 1763 



9 April 1771 



13 March 1807 

on Warrant 
of 9 April 1771. 



9 Oct. 1763 

Centenary Warrant, 
2 April 1874. 



13 July 1771 



'755 



1770 



1780 



1781 



1792 



1814 



1832 



1863 



304 



245 



194 



195 



166 



204 



146 



124 



167 



309 



246 



195 



196 



167 



168 

A 



168 

B 



205 



147 



125 



305 



247 



196 



197 



168 



206 



148 



126 



169 



133 



1894 



Name of Lodge. 



Union Lodge. 



127 



Union Lodge. 



Hibernian Lodge, 



Royal Meeklenburgh 
Lodge, 



Places of Meeting. 



Private Room, Bell Lane, Spitalfields, London 1763 
Coopers' Arms, Camomile Street, 

Bishopsgate Street, n 1765 

Ben Jonson's Head, Goodman's Yard, Great 

Minories, n 1767 

The Sieve, Little Minories, 11 1772 

Marquis of Granby, St. Catherine's, near the 

Tower, n 1780 

Erased 7 April 1784. Reinstated 17 Ninieinber 1784. 

Marquis of Granby, St. Catherine's, near the 

Tower, m i 784 

Rose and Crown, St. Catherine's Street (near 

the Tower), n 1788 

Angel and Crown, Crispin Street, Spitalfields, ., 1793 
Erasedii Febntary 1800. Reinstated ^ April iBoo. 

Rose and Crown, Booth Street, Spitalfields, n 1802 
Lapsed about 1811. 



Duke's Htad, The Parade, Margate, Kent 1813 

Royal Hotel, Cecil Square, Margate 1827 

Crown and Anchor, Zion Place, 11 1835 

Bro. Wood's Bathing Rooms, High Street, m 1837 

Britannia Hotel, Fore Street, n 1838 

Wood's Bathing Rooms, High Street, u 1838 

Oporto House, Cecil Square, 11 1839 

Lodge Rooms, i Cecil Street, n 1844 

fi 4 Churchfield Place, 11 1846 

Duke's Head Hotel, The Parade, n 1847 

London Hotel, Hawley Square, n 1848 

King's Head Hotel, High Street, n 1852 

Freemasons' Hall, 97 High Street, n 1875 

King's Head Hotel, High Street, n 1891 

Masonic Temple, New Cross Street, 1? 1895 



Third Regiment of Foot, or BnfFs, 

Castle Inn, in the City of ExCter, Devonshire 1771 
Last entry Dec. 1792. Lapsed about -lj^-^. 



2nd Battalion Fifty-second Regiment, 

Ashford, Kent 1 80 1 
At Dover, Kent 1801 



1st Battalion Ninety-sixth Regiment 1804 

Is noted as "Ninety-fifth Regiment" in Ahiman Rezon 
1804, " g6th Regiment, Antigua," in Ahiman Rezon 1807, and 
"96th Regiment, St. Croix," in Ahiman Rezon 1813. Must 
Jiave Lapsed be/ore 1813. 



Crown, High Street, Wigton, Cumberland 1813 

Is designated " Crown, Wigan, Lancashire," in G. L. 
Proceedings^ i Dec. 1813, in error. 

Erased 5 March 1828. 



Hermione and Active Frigate, corner of Compton 

Street, St. Ann's, London 1763 

The Cock, New Street, St. James's, 

Westminster, n 1767 

Red Lion, Hyde Park Corner, >i 1770 

Barley Mow, Piccadilly, n 1777 

Bricklayers' Arms, High Street, CrOydOn, ^«rrej 1784 

White Lion Inn, £ ], Croydon 1786 

Green Dragon, High Street, n 1796 

Erased 10 February 1809. 



Date of Warrant 
or Constitution. 



7 Nov. 1763 



I7SS 



306 



1770 



248 



1780 



197 



1781 



1792 



1814 



1832 



1863 



198 



169 

A 



March 1813 

Warrant of 
Confirmation, 
30 April 1822. 

Centenary "Warrant 

[.Special Jewel)^ 

25 July 1863. 



9 Nov. 1771 

Constituted 
23 Dec. 1771. 



31 March 1801 



[1804] 



6 Nov. 1813 



28 Nov. 1763 



169 

B 



207 



149 



127 



170 

A 



170 

B 



170 

c 



170 

D 



208 



307 



249 



198 



199 



170 



[ 134 ] 



1 894 


Name of Lodge. 


Places of Meeting. 


Date of Warrant 
or Constitution. 


'755 


1770 


1780 


1781 


1792 


A 


1814 


1832 


1863 




Lodge of Perfect 
Friendship, 1767- 


Saracen's Head, High Street, ChelmsfOFd, Essex 1764 
Erased 10 April i-j^-z. 


18 Jan. 1764 


308 


250 


199 


200 


•• 


•• 


•• 


•■ 






See page 132. 


21 Sept. 1763 


309 


•• 


■• 


•• 


■• 


•• 


•• 


•■ 


■• 






Falcon, East Street, GFavesend, Kent 1764 


4 March 1764 


310 






















Erased 27 January 1768. 


























Prince George, Hanging Ditch, ManchesteF, 

Lancashire ITJ\ 
Spread Eagle, Chapel Street, Salford, Lancashire 1771 


11 Nov. 1771 


.. 




.. 


.. 


.. 


171 

A 


.. 


.. 


. , 






Warrant cancelled sjune 1793, the Lodge having taJten a 
" Modern " Constitutioii, 






















128 


Prinee Edwin's 
Lodge, 

Named in 1817. 


Bridge Inn, Bolton Street, BUFy, Lancashire 1803 


11 Nov. 1803 






•• 


•• 


•• 


171 

B 


209 


150 


128 




The New Lodge. 
Royal Lodge, 


Horn Tavern, Westminster, London 1764 
Thatched House Tavern, St. James's Street, n 1767 


4 AprU 1764 


313 


251 


200 


201 


171 




210 


•■ 


•• 




Named in 1767. 


United with '■^ Alpha Lodge," No. 16 [XO' 9, of May 1722], 
in 1824. 
























Royal Edwin Lodge. 


Probably met at the George Inn, George Court, 

Lyme Regis, Dorsetshire 1764 
Erased 12 April 17B0. 

See page 129. 

Ram Inn, Chipping NOFtOn, Oxfordshire 1 77 1 
White Lion, High Street, Banbupy, Oxfordshire 1794 
The Cock, Cornhill, Banbury 1801 

Last entry 10 August i8or, but is in the Lists in Aliiman 
Rezon 1804, 1807, aw^iSis. 


6 April 1764 

27 Dee. 1762 
5 June 1771 


311 
312 


252 


•• 


•• 


•• 


172 


•• 


•• 


•• 




La Sagesse St. Andrew. 


At the Grenadoes, island of Grenada 

or Grenadines, West indies 1764 
Not in List until 1766. Erased in 1813. 


1 May 1764 


347 


253 


201 


202 


172 


•• 




.. 


•• 




Vitruvlan Lodge, 

Named in 1767. 


King's Head, High Street, RosS, Herefordshire 1764 
Swan and Falcon, Ross 1767 
Erased 23 April 1773. 


3 May 1764 


314 


254 


■• 


•• 


•• 








•■ 




St. George's Lodge. 


Fountain Inn, East Street, TauntOn, Somersetshire 1764 
Erased 9 April 1783. 


13 July 1764 


315 


255 


202 


203 


•• 


•• 


•• 


•• 


•• 




Provincial Grand Lodge. 


Minorca (Balearic Islands), Spain 1772 

Lapsed about iji-L, but is continued in Lists of i8©4, 1807, 
and 1813. The second English occupation of the Island was 
from 1763-1782. 


17 April 1772 


•• 


•• 


•• 


•• 


•• 


173 




•• 


•• 



I3S 



i894 



129 



130 



131 



Name of Lodge. 



Union Lodge, 

Named in 1797. 



Royal Gloucester 
Lodge, 

Named in 1792, 
in " Modern " Warrant. 



St. Nicholas' Lodge, 

Named in 1784. 



Mount Olive Lodge, 

1799. 

Lodge of Fortitude, 

1826. 



Places of Meeting. 



The Swan, All Hallows Lane, Kendal, 

IVestmoreland 



Rose and Crown, Stricklandgate, 
White Lion, n 

White Hart, Highgate, 
Commercial Inn, n 
White Hart, " 

Golden Lion, Market Place, 
White Horse, Stricklandgate, 
Crown Inn, 11 

Elephant Inn, n 

Masons' Arms, Stramongate, 
White Horse, Stricklandgate, 
Horse and Rainbow Inn, Highgate, 
Mechanics' Institute, n 

Town Hall, n 

Masonic Rooms, Kent Street, 

II Albert Buildings, 

Masonic Hall, 12 Stramongate, 
Masonic Rooms, St. George's Hall, 



Kendal 



1764 

1774 
1779 
1797 
1804 
i8o5 
1808 
1809 
1818 
1823 
1826 

183s 
1841 
1863 
1864 
1865 
1865 
1865 
1880 



Vine Tavern, High Street, Southampton, 

Havipshire 1772 

The Lodge accepted a ' Modem ' Warrant also in 1792, and 
worked under both Constitutions until the Union. See No. 
503 of 5 August 1792. 

Freemasons' Hall, East Street, Southampton 1792 

Private Rooms, 30 East Street, n 1814 

Freemasons' Hall, Bugle Street, n 1823 

II Albion Place, n 1880 



Three Crowns, Harwich, Essex 1764 

Half Moon, St. Austin's Lane, Harwich 1768 

The Globe, King's Quay Street, n 1771 

The Swan, Stones Green, Great Oakley, n 1777 

Erased 9 April 1783. Reinstated 17 Nov. 1784. 

The Swan, Stones Green, Great Oakley, Harwich 1784 
Erased again is April 1795. 



Sixty-Seventh Regiment of Foot, 

Island of Grenada, West Indies 
Constituted at Mitre Tavern, Globe Lane, Chatham, Kent. 

At Richmond Heights, Island of Grenada, 

At Martinique, West indies 

" Transferred from the 67th Reeiiment to the Royal Cornish 
Miners, at Dover, " 1807. 

Royal Regiment of Cornish Miners, 

Ordnance Arms, 'QQV%V,JCenl 



1772 



1792 
1799 



Dover 

Wexfoi'd, Ireland 

Tifperary, Ireland 

Hampshire 

Falmouth, Cornwall 

Truro, Cornwall 

Truro 



At Hoveling Boat, 

II Enniscorthy, 
II Cahir, 
M Hilsea, 

II Pendennis Castle 

II \_Place tinknown\ 
Exeter Inn, Old Bridge Street, 
Western Inn, Kenwyn Street, 
New Inn, n 

Dolphin Inn, Quay Street, 
Fighting Cocks, n 
Golden Lion, Calenick Street, 
St. Clement's Inn, St. Clement Street, 
Ship Inn, West Bridge, 

Queen's Head, 11 

Bear Inn, Old Bridge Street, 
Turk's Head, High Cross, 
Eveleigh's Hope Inn, St. Clement Street, 
Globe Inn, Francis Street, 
Masonic Rooms, High Cross, 
M Hall, 1 1 Quay Street, 
I, II Old Bridge Street, 



1807 
1811 
1811 

l8[2 

1813 
1814 
1814 
1816 
1820 
1820 
1826 
1826 
1833 
1834 
■839 
1840 
1840 
1844 
1848 
1852 
1863 
1863 
1887 



Date of Warrant 
or Constitution. 



31 July 1764 

Warrant of 
Confirmation, 
II June 1877. 

Centenary Warrant, 
10 July 1885. 



22 April 1772 

Constituted 
4 Feb. 1772, 

Centenary Warrant, 
16 April 1872. 



9 Aug. 1764 



6 July 1772 

Military Warrant 

exchanged for 

Civil Warrant, 

2 Dec. 1826. 

Centenary Warrant, 
31 July 1873. 



1755 



316 



1770 



256 



1780 



203 



1781 



204 



1792 



173 



1814 



1832 



[863 



211 



151 



129 



174 



212 



152 



130 



317 



257 



204 



205 



174 



175 



213 



153 



131 



[ 136 ] 



i894 



132 



Name of Lodge. 



133 



Lodge of Unity, 

Named in 1782. 



Mopiah Lodge, 

Named in 1775. 



Lodge of Harmony, 

Named in 1 79 1. 



Salutation Lodge. 



Lodge of Constitutional 
Attachment, 

Named in 1794. 



Places of Meeting. 



Crown, Buckland, Lymington, Hampshire 1764 

Nag's Head, High Street, Lymington 1764 

White Halt Hotel, Market Place, RingWOOd, 

Hampshire 1777 
* Erased 12 April 1780, and omitted from 1780 List and 
Numeration. Re-inserted in List of 1781, causing another 
change in the numbers of all the subsequent Lodges of that 
Enumeration. 
White Hart Hotel, now designated Masonic Hall, 

Ringwood 1781 



First Regiment Yorkshire Militia, King's 

Head Inn, Change Alley, Sheffield, Yorkshire 1772 

Star and Garter, Nessgate, York, Yorkshire 1775 

Lapsed about 1777, but is in Ahiman Rezon List of 1804 and 
18 13. Not in Ahiman Rezon 1807. 



Ship Inn, Market Place, 
Red Lion, Aspringe Street, 
Ship Inn, Market Place, 
Two Breweis Inn, Court Street, 
Ship Hotel, Market Place, 
Sun Inn, West Street, 
Ship Hotel, Market Place, 
The Institute, East Street, 
Ship Hotel, Market Place, 
The Institute, East Street, 
Freemasons' Hall, School Walk, 



Faversham 


Kent 


1764 


Faversham 


i7«3 


et, 


n 
It 
(1 


1799 
1804 
1820 




ri 


i8.S,S 




n 


1S44 




ri 


186Q 




ri 


1872 



1887 



Private Lodge Room, Green Island (Hanover, 

Cornwall), Jamaica, West Indies 1772 

No records after Nov. 1773, but is continued in Ahiman 
Rezon 1804, 1807, and 1813. 



Salutation Inn, Fore Street, Topsham, Devojishire 1764 

Erased by mistake s February 1777. Reinstated i.i April 
T-Tj-J. Finally erased 6 February 1811. 



Raven Inn, High Street, Kidderminster, 

Worcestershire 1772 

Lapsed ahoict iT^i. Is, however, in Cal. 1800 and in 
Ahiman Rezon 1804 (as No. 107), ^and in Ahiman Rezon 1813, 
but not in 1807. 



Private Room, Snow's Fields, Southwark, London 1764 

Globe, St. Saviour's Churchyard, Southwark, n 1766 

King's Arms, St. Margaret's Hill, n n 1770 

Three Tuns, n n ir 1771 

Horseshoe and Magpie, Worcester Street, 

Park, Southwark, „ 1771 

Mitre, Tooley Street, Southwark, n 1794 

Flying Horse, Blackman Street, Southwark, n 1798 

Wheatsheaf, Lombard Street, n n 1810 

London Bridge, Maze Pond, n n 181 1 

Golden Anchor, Park Street, n ,, 1816 

Twelve Bells, St. Saviour's Churchyard, 

Southwark, n 1818 

County Terrace Tavern, New Kent Road, ,1 1819 

Anchor Tavern, Bankside, Southwark, n 1820 

Artichoke, Newington Causeway, Newington, n 1821 

Erased 3 Marcii 1830. 



Date of Warrant 
or Constitution. 



16 Aug. 1764 

Centenary Warrant, 
II June 1877. 



14 Oct. 1772 



28 Aug. 1764 

Centenary Warrant, 
3 May 1879. 



22 Oet. 1772 



30 Aug. 1764 



10 Nov. 1772 



23 Oet. 1764 



1755 



318 



1770 



258 



1780 



1781 



206 



1792 



175 



1814 



214 



1832 



154 



1863 



132 



176 



319 



259 



205 



207 



176 



215 



155 



133 



177 



320 



260 



206 



208 



177 



178 



321 



261 



207 



209 



178 



216 



137 



i894 



Name of Lodge. 



St, David's Lodge, 

Named in 1773. 



134 



135 



Philhapmonic Lodge, 

Named in 1774. 



Caledonian Lodge, 

Freemasons' Hall Medal 
(.781). 



Lodge Of Perpetual 
Friendship, 

Named in 1778. 



Places of Meeting. 



Marquis of Granby, BePWick-On-Tweed, 

Northumberland 1772 
King's Arms, Hide Hill, Berwick-on-Tweed 1772 

Gibraltar Tavern, Marygate, n '794 

King's Arms, Hide Hill, m 1797 

Angel Inn, High Street, n 1799 

Gibraltar Tavern, Marygate, n 1800 

King's Head Inn, Church Street, 1, iSoo 

Red Lion Inn, High Street, ti 1802 

Erased 5 March 1828. 



Club Inn, Wisbech, Isle of Ely, Cambridgeshire 1764 

Red Lion Inn, North Brink, Wisbech 1774 

Bell Inn, Lower Hill Street, n 1783 

Red Lion Inn, North Brink, n 1793 

Erased 6 February 1811. 



Fountain, Hilsea (near Portsmouth), Hampshite 1764 

" Helsey " in Engraved List. " Hilsey Barracks," in MS. 
end of 1764 List. 



Erased in 1767. 



See page 160. 



Cross Inn, Cornmarket Street, OxfOFd, Oxfordshire 1 773 
Lapsed about 1776. 



Crossinn, Cornmarket Street, Oxford, Oxfordshire 1792 
Star Inn, Market Place, Oxford 1794 

Lapsed about 1802. 

Is however in each of the Lists in Ahiman Rezon 1804, 
1807, and 1813. 



Half Moon Tavern, Cheapside, 



London 1764 



Founded by Members of Athol Lodge, No. in. 

King's Head Tavern, Poultry, n 1785 

Freemasons' Tavern, Great Queen Street, n 1787 

Globe Tavern, Fleet Street, ir 1788 

Half Moon Tavern, Gracechurch Street, n 1789 

Guildhall Coffee House, Gresham Street, n 1795 

Globe Tavern, Fleet Street, n 1797 

Freemasons' Tavern, Great Queen Street, n 1804 

Anderton's Coffee House, Fleet Street, 11 1805 

Horn Tavern, Doctors' Commons, n 1825 

Anderton's Coffee House, Fleet Street, m 1828 

George and Vulture Tavern, Cornhill, ti 1831 

Albion Tavern, Aldersgate Street, n 1845 

London Coffee House, Ludgate Hill, n 1846 

George and Vulture Tavern, Cornhill, n 1847 

Ship and Turtle Tavern, Leadenhall Street, ir 1855 



Private Room, City of Stockholm (Svealand), 

Sweden 1773 

Constituted at Globe Tavern, Fleet Street, London. 

No Records after 1790. Is in List of 1794 and also in 
Ahiman Rezon 1804, 1807, and 1813. 



Swan Inn, Cornhill, BrldgWateP, Somersetshire 1764 

Erased ig Nov. 1783. Reinstated 11 February 1784. 
Swan Inn, Cornhill, Bridgwater 1784 

Lamb Inn, High Street, n 1790 

Clarence Hotel, High Street, ,1 1866 



18 



Date of Warrant 
or Constitution. 



16 Nov. 1772 

Constituted 

29 April T773, 

but met previously. 



23 Oct. 1764 



7 Nov. 1764 



1764 



25 Feb. 1773 



2 April 1792 



15 Nov. 1764 

Warrant of 
Confirmation, 
16 March 1857. 

Centenary Warrant 

{Special Jewel). 

24 July 1863. 



1755 



322 



323 



324 



325 



14 July 1773 



1770 



262 



263 



1780 



208 



209 



1781 



1792 



1814 



1832 



179 



217 



210 



179 



180 

A 



180 

B 



211 180 



218 



156 



134 



4 Dee. 1764 

Centenary Warrant, 
22 Dec. 1868. 



326 



181 



264 210 



212 



181 



219 



137 



135 



[ 138 ] 



1894 



136 



Name of Lodge. 



Great Lodge. 



City Lodge, 

Named in 1776, 



Lodge of St. John the 
Evangehst, 1786. 

Royal Theatric Covent 
Garden Lodge, 1810. 

Lodge of Good 
Report, 

1836. 



French Lodge, 

In 1766. 



Places of Meeting. 



Rose and Crown, Mill Street, Dock Head, 

Bermondsey, London 1764 

Three Compasses, Free School Street, 

Horsleydown, n 1768 

Brown Bear, Lemon Street, Goodman's Fields, m 1770 
Erased 23 April I'j'j'i. 



George and Dragon, Queen Street, 

Milton (next Sittingbourne), Kent 1764 
Rose, High Street, SittingbOUPne, Kent 1767 

Erased in 1773. 



Crown Inn, Market Place, Swaffham, Norfolk 1764 
Erased 13 April 1791. 



King of Sweden, Wapping Dock, Wapping, 

London 1765 

The Angel, John Street, Minories, n 1769 

India Warehouses, Fenchurch Street, m 1776 

Erased in 1781, thus causing another change in the 
numeration of that year, 



Private Lodge Room, Roseau, Island of 

Dominica, West Indies 1773 

Warrant not sent. The fees having been paid by G. Sec. 
Dickey^ luere returned to hiin 16 Dec. i.Tj'j. {iMin. G. Stew. 
Lodge). '' Warrants of 182 and igi had never been called 
for after they had been ordered." Notwithstanding such 
definite evidence, the number is continued in the Lists in 
Ahiman Rezon 1804, f8o7, and 1813, as at " Freemasons' 
Hall, Dominica." 



Wheatsheaf, Hand Court, Holborn, London 1765 

Dolphin and Horse Shoe, Lamb's Conduit 

Passage, Red Liou Street, Holborn, n 1765 
Blue Lion and Ball, Red Lion Passage, 

Red Lion Square, n 1770 

Crown, Leigh Street, Red Lion Square, n 1782 

Trumpet, King Street, Bloomsbury, m 1784 

King's Arms, Grafton Street, Hoho, h 1786 

Stanhope Arms, Oxenden Street, ITaymarket, n 1789 
Northumberland Arms, Goodge Street, 

Tottenham Court Road, ri 1791 

Two Blue Posts, Charlotte St., Rathbone Place, n 1794 
Erased 12 February 1800. Reinstated g April 1800. 

Boar and Castle Tavern, Oxford Street, n 1803 

Sun, Newman Street, ir n 1805 

Feathers, Flart Street, Covent Garden, n l8lo 

Gordon Hotel, James Street, ir n 1826 

Cyder Cellars, Maiden Lane, n ir 1S30 

Joy's Hotel, n n 1834 

Grand Hotel, n n 1837 

Piazza Coffee House, h (p 1843 

Radley's Hotel, Bridge Street, Blackfriars, n 1849 

City Terminus Hotel, Cannon Street, u 1869 

Ship and Turtle Tavern, Leadenhall Street, ti 1876 

Inns of Court Hotel, Lincoln's Inn Fields, n 1877 

The Albion Tavern, Aldersgate Street, n 1894 



Old Bell Savage, Bell Savage Yard, Ludgate 

Hill, London 1765 

The Fountain, Ludgate Hill, .. 1766 

Horn Tavern, Doctors' Commons, n 1769 

Erased in 1775. " Struck 0^." 



Capt. Philip Webdell's Company in the Royal 

Regiment of Artillery, Constituted at 

Red Lion, East Street, Portsmouth, Hampshire 1773 
Last Register 1781. Lapsed about 1782. 
" Found by Letter from Mr. B. Roper, Stationer, of 
Gosport, that Warrant was then vacant, and applied by'him 
to revive it." G. L. Reg., Jan. ijiT. 



Date of Warrant 
or Constitution. 



11 Dec. 1764 



14 Dee. 1764 



17 Dee. 1764 



8 Jan. 1765 



26 Aug, 1773 



22 Jan. 1765 

Warrant of 
Confirmation, 
26 May 18 ID. 

Centenary Warrant, 
ig Nov. 1869. 



29 Jan. 1765 



1755 



327 



1770 



1780 



1781 



1792 



1814 



1832 



265 



328 



329 



330 



266 



267 



268 



211 



212 



213 



182 



334 



269 



213 



214 



182 



220 



158 



136 



331 



270 



4 Nov. 1773 



183 

A 



139 



Name of Lodge. 



Boar's Head Lodge, 

1766. 

No Name in Lists 1770-85. 

Lodge of Happiness, 

1786. 

British Social Lodge, 

1791. 



Tuscan Lodge, 1769. 
Lusitanian Lodge, 



Freemasons^ Halt Medal 
<I783)- 



Places of Meeting. 



3id battalion, Ninth Regiment of Foot, 



i8o3 



Warrant of 4 Nov. 1773, is endorsed " Transferred to Non-C. 
Officers of 9th Regt. of Foot, Lisbon " (F.stremadura, Portugal). 

Ninth Regiment of Foot at London Inn, Fore 

Street, Plymouth Dock [now Devonport], 

Devonshire 1 803 
At Dublin (Dublin), Ireland iZqs, 

11 7 Rue Cordon, Valenciennes (Noid, 

Flandres), France 1806 
11 Pavilion of Liberty, Valenciennes 1806 

11 Rue de Bobineau, n 1812 

II King's Infantry Barracks, CanteFbUFy, li'ent 18 14 
II Duke of Wellington, Prospect Row, Brompton, 

London 1815 
It Canterbupy 1817 

M Private Room, St. Amand (Cher, Berry), 

France 1817 
11 Havnneourt, near Cambray (Nord, 

Flandres), France 1817 
II Marquis of Granby, High Street, WinehesteP, 

Hampshire 1818 
11 Fort Charlotte, Island of St. Vincent, 

West Indies 18 19 
II Freemasons' Hall, Kingston 

(Kingston, Surrey), Jamaica, West Indies 1820 
11 Richmond Hill, Island of Grenada, 

West Indies 1 82 1 
Erased in 1829. 



London 



Boar's Head, West .Smithfield, 
Fountain, Snow Hill, 
The Cock, n 

Three Butchers, Warwick Lane, Newgate St., 
One Bell, Fleet Street, 
Swan, New Street Square, Shoe Lane, 
White Bear, Basinghall Street, 
II Old Street .Square, 

.Ship Tavern, Leadenhall Street, 
Paul's Head, Paul Street, Finsbury, 
White Hart Tavern, Bishopsgate Street, 
Hercules Tavern, Threadneedle Street, 

United with ^^ Castle Lodge" No. 39 [N'o. 71, 0/16 lanuary 
1730], in 1821. 



1765 
1766 
1770 

1773 
1779 
1786 
1791 
1792 
1S13 
1814 
1817 
1821 



City of Brest (Finisterre, Bretagne). 



France 1773 



Is continued in Ahiman Rezon of 1804, 1807, and 1813, but 
it is very doubtful if the Lodge existed for a single year. 
There arc no records of it after 1773. 



Kind's Head and Green Gate, City New Road, 

London 1765 

Goose and Gridiron, St. Paul's Churchyard, m 1766 

Mourning Bush Tavern, Aldersgate Street, n 1768 

Fountain, Snow Hill, u 1769 

Erased 28 April 1775, hit reinstated in 1777. 

Old Crown and Rolls Tavern, Chancery Lane, m 1777 

Baptist Head Tavern, n 11 1784 

King's Head, High Holborn, u 1785 
Chancery Coffee House, Southampton Buildings, 

Holborn, i> 179^ 
Erased 12 February 1800. Reinstated 9 April 1800. 

Ram Inn, West Smithfield, u 1801 

Edinburgh Castle, Strand, n 1809 

Freemasons' Tavern, Great Queen Street, n 181 1 

No Returns after 1814. Erased 3 March T830. 

See page 138. 

Crown Inn, Sheep Street, BicesteP, Oxfordshire 1774 

There is no record of this Lodge after 5 March 1774, and no 
evidence of its existence has been traced. It appears in_ the 
Ahiman Rezon of 1804 and 1813, but not in 1807. It received 
a new number at the Union, although not entitled to it, and 
was erased from the Roll in 1815. 



Date of Warrant 
or Constitution. 



19 Feb. 1803 



29 Jan. 1765 



7 Dec. 1773 



29 Jan. 1765 



22 Jan. 1765 



5 March 1774 



'755 



1770 



1780 



1781 



1792 



183 

B 



ISI4 



221 



1832 



1863 



332 



271 



214 



215 



183 



222 



184 



333 



272 



215 



216 



184 



223 



334 



185 



224 



I40 



Name of Lodge. 



Places of Meeting. 



Operative Masons' 
Lodge. 

Royal Jubilee Lodge, 

1810. 

A " Masters' Lodge" 
1781-1809. 



St. John's Lodge. 



Gothic Lodge, 1782. 

Gothic and Westminster 
Volunteer Lodge, 1800. 

Gothic Lodge again, 

l80T. 

" A Masters' Lodge" 

1801-S. 

Freemasons' Hall Medal 

(1783). 



Gothic Lodge, 



137 



Lodge of Amity, 
Named in 1799. 



Corinthian Lodge. 



Black Horse and Dolphin, Mansfield Street, 

Soiio, London 1765 

The George, Wardour Street, Soho, n 1765 

Cannon, i'ortland Koad, Marylebone, n 1781 

White Lion, near Kerners Street, Oxford Street,. r 1799 

Clarendon Hotel, New Bond Street, m 1810 

Huntley's Cofi'ee House, Leicester Square, n 1813 

No returns since ^'iii,. Erased March 1830. 



St. John's (St. John's), Newfoundland, 

North America 1774 
London Tavein, St. John's, Newfoundland 1796 

Erased in 1859. 



George [George and Dragon], ShugLane, London 1765 



1767 

1782 
1787 
1792 
1800 



Black Horse, Shug Lane, 

Adam and Lve, Bowling Street, Dean's Yard, 

Westminster, 
Crown, Tufton Street, Westminster, 
Suttling House, Foot Guards, Whitehall, 
George, Grafton Street, Soho, 

Lapsed about 1805. 

Three Cups Tavern, Church St., Harwich, Essex i 
Erased 5 March 1828. 



The Bell, Brecon, Brecknockshire 1765 

Erased in 1769. 



1st Battalion Eoyal Artillery, Constituted at 

Mitre Inn, Globe Lane, Chatham, Kent 1 

No records after ^TJ7, but is in Ahiman Rezon 1804, as 
" Sixth Battalion of Royal Artillery," and in Ahiman Rezon 
1807, as " First Batt. Royal Artillery." 



774 



Date of Warrant 
or Constitution. 



13 March 1765 



24 March 1774 



22 March 1765 



9th Battalion Royal Artillery, Gibraltar 

(Malaga), Spain 1812 
Revived at Gibraltar. G. L, Reg. 

At Canterbury, Kent 1812 

.1 Sandgate, " 1812 

rr Hythe, M 1813 

No payments after 1814. Erased in 1822. 



Lion and Lamb Inn, Thames Street, Poole, 

Dorsetshire 1765 

Old Antelope Inn, New Street, Poole 1772 

Private Room, Thames Street, h 1806 

Erased % Sept. 1838. Reinstated 5 Dec. 1838. 

Masonic Hall, Thames Street, n 1862 

Masonic Hall, Market Street, n 1881 



Black Bull Inn, Market Place, Settle, Yorkshire 1774 

Last entry zZ April ■L'ns. Lapsed about tj-jS. 
Is in Ahiman Rezon 1804 and 1813, but not in Ahiman Rezon 1807. 



Wliite Hart, Strand, London 1765 

Crown, St. Dunstan's Passage, Fleet Street, m 1784 

White Hart, Great Windmill Street, n 1786 

Carpenters' Arms, John Street, Tottenham 

Court Road, n 179° 

Cock and Bottle, Upper Brook Street, 

Grosvenor Square, n 1792 

Tiger, Wells Street, Oxford Street, ,, 1795 

WhiteHorse,TottenhamStreet, Rathbone Place, n 1797 

White Hart, Chancery Lane, u 1798 

Sun, Clements Inn Foregate, Strand, n 1800 

Lapsed in 1806. 



1755 



335 



336 



25 March 1806 



1765 



28 April 1774 



25 May 1812 



1 April 1765 

Centenary Warrant 

{^Special Jeiuet)^ 

i6 May 1865. 



7 June 1774 



16 April 1765 339 



337 



1770 



1780 



1781 



1792 



1814 



1832 



1863 



273 



216 



217 



185 



225 



186 



226 



159 



274 



217 



218 



186 

A 



186 

B 



227 



338 



187 

A 



187 

B 



228 



275 



218 



219 



187 



229 



160 



137 



188 



276 



219 



220 



188 

A 



HI 



1894 



139 



Name of Lodge. 



Corinthian and 
Constitutional Lodge. 



All Saints' Lodge. 



Rose and Crown Lodge. 
Tontine Lodge, 1786. 
Britannia Lodg-e, 

1795- 



La discrete Imperiale. 



Places of Meeting. 



Golden Lion, High Street, Honiton, Devonshire 1806 
Bakers' Arms Inn, High Street, Honiton 181 1 

Erased 3 June 1829. 



Childers, Goose I.ane [now Brunswick Street], 

Maeelesfleld, Cheshire 1774 
Golden Lion, Mill Street, Macclesfield 1794 

Lodge dissohted . " Warrant returned on the dissolution 
of the Lodge at Macclesjield." G.L. Reg. 7 July 1801. 



Black Bull Inn, High Street, WOOleP, 

Northuniherland 1 802 

Blue Bell Inn, High Street, Wooler 1806 

Black Bull Inn, n n 1806 

Anchor Inn, n n 1812 

Sun Inn, n u 1833 
Erased 7 May 1866. 



Rose & Crown, High Street, Sheffield, Yorkshire 1765 
Old King's Head, Change Alley, Sheffield 1777 

Rose and Crown, High Street, n 1784 

Tontine Hotel, Haymarket, n 1786 

Private Room, Paradise Square, n 1798 

Falstaff Inn, The Wicker, „ 1811 

Music Hall, Surrey Street, n 1825 

Black Rock Inn, Castle Street, n 1826 

Angel Inn, Angel Street, n 1827 

Falstaff Inn, The Wicker, „ 1828 

Private Room, Carver Street, n 1835 

Private Room, 5 Tudor Street, d 1837 

Spread Eagle Inn, Fargate, n 1838 

Music Hall, Surrey Street, n 1841 

Freemasons' Hall, Surrey Street, n 1861 

New Masonic Hall, n n 1877 



Charles Town [Charleston], South 

Carolina, U.S. of America 1774 

No Records after 13 April 17S2, but is noted in Ahiman 
Rezon 1804, 1807, and 1813, the two latter respectively as 
"City Tavern, Charleston," and "Ancient York Lodge, 
Charleston, South Carolina." 



AlOSt (East Flanders), 



Belgium 1765 



Was continued on English Register until 1813. Paid 
nothing after 1781. All Lodges in Flanders and Belgium 
(except three in Brussels) were closed by the Emperor of 
Austria in 1786. 



Rose and Crown, Rose and Crown Yard, High 

Street, Coventry, Warwickshire 1765 

White Horse, Pepper Lane, Coventry 1770 

Black Bull, High Street, .. 1774 

Last meeting 8 Oct. 1777. Erased 12 April 1780. 



Sixty-flfth Regiment of Foot 

Warrant never issued. Fees having been paid by G. Sec. 
Dickey J were repaid to him. 16 Dec. 1777. Stewards' Lo. Min, 

" Warrants of 182 and 191 had never been called for after 
they had been ordered." Yet the 65th Regiment is credited 
with having this number, 191, in the Ahiman Rezon of 1804 
and 1807. 



1774 



Date of Warrant 
or Constitution. 



23 Sept. 1806 



7 June 1774 



13 Dee. 1802 



19 April 1765 

Centenary Warrant 

{^Special Jewel), 

4 March 1865. 



30 Sept. 1774 



5 June 1765 



^0 June 1765 

Constituted 
10 Oct. 1765. 



3 Oet. 1774 



I7S5 



1770 



1780 



1781 



1792 



188 

B 



1814 



230 



1832 



1863 



189 

A 



189 

B 



231 



161 



138 



340 



277 



220 



221 



189 



232 



162 



139 



190 



341 



278 



221 



222 



190 



342 



279 



191 

A 



142 



i894 



Name of Lodge. 



140 



Waterloo Lodge, 1818. 



St. George's Lodge, 

Named in 1777. 



141 



Lodge of Friendship 
and Justice. 



Lodge of Faith, 

Named in 1818. 



Places of Meeting. 



Seventy-ninth Regiment of Foot, 

Weely Barracks, Colehester, 

1st Battalion Ninety-flrst Regiment 
Seventy-ninth Regiment 

Erased 5 September 1838. 



Essex 18 
18 



Queen's Head, Chelsea, London 1765 

Red Lion, Oxford Huildings, Oxford Street, n 1776 

Two Chairmen, David Street, Berkeley Square, n 1779 

Stratford Coffee House, Oxford Street, n 1787 

White Lion, near Berners Street, Oxford Street, n 1794 

The Castle, Lewisham Road, Deptford, 11 1796 

King's Head, near Victualling Office, n 11 1799 

Britannia Tavern, Grove Street, n n 1802 

Evelyn Arms, Victualling Place, n n 1804 

Red Lion, King Street, 11 n 1807 

Windmill, Lower Roacl, n n 1808 

Mitre, Broadway, n n 1816 

Private Room, King Street, n n 1818 

Mitre, Deptford Bridge, n n 1822 

Fountain Inn, Broadway, n m 1823 

Fishing Smack, King Street, n m 1824 

Trinity Arms, Church Street, ti n 1 825 

White Swan, High Street, n n 1831 

Lord Duncan Tavern, Broadway, n 11 1S37 

Mitre, Deptford Bridge, n n 1838 

Royal Albert Tavern, New Cross Road, n n 1850 

Greyhound Tavern, Stockwell St., Greenwich, n 1851 

Yacht Tavern, Crane Street, n n 1853 

Trafalgar Tavern, Park Row, n n 1855 

Globe, Royal Hill, „ „ 1858 

Lecture Hall, Royal Hill, i, n 1863 

Trafalgar Hotel, Park Row, ,. n 1868 

Ship Hotel, Church Street, 11 n 1892 



Red Lion, Lion Street, Rye, Sussex 1765 

Private Room, BUPWash, Sussex 1784 

Lapsed about 1784. 



George Inn, Lamberhurst Street, LambePhUFSt, 

Kent 1785 
Erased 13 February 1788. 



Royal Mortar, Beresford Square, Woolwich, 

London 1774 

Man in the Moon, Vine Street, Piccadilly, n 1786 

Chequers, Abingdon Street, Westminster, n 17S7 

Queen's Head, Bow Street, Covent Garden, n 1792 

Brown Bear, Bloomsbury, ti 1793 

George, High Street, Bloomsbury, it 1794 

Black-a-Moor's Head, Exeter Street, Strand, n 1794 

White Hart, Chichester Rents, Chancery Lane, n 1796 

Queen of Bohemia, Wych St., St. Clements, n 1798 

George, Long Acre, n 1 799 

Castle, Jermyn Street, Piccadilly, n i8oi 

Castle, Quaker Street, SjDitalfields, ti 1802 

Dalby's, Newport Street, Newport Market, n 1803 

King's Arms, St. Martin's Court, n 1803 

Three Tuns, Chichester Rents, Chancery Lane, 1, 1806 

King's Arms, Chelsea Bridge, Chelsea, n 1808 

Blue Anchor, York Street, Westminster, n 181 1 

The Bell, York Street, „ „ 1812 

Duke of York, Jew's Row, Chelsea, m 1818 

Grosvenor Arms, Belgrave Place, Pimlico, h 1821 

Goat Tavern, n „ 1823 

Gun Tavern, Lupus Street, n m 1825 

Flask Tavern, Ebury Street, h h 1831 

Gun Tavern, Lupus Street, n n 1833 

Feathers Tavern, n ,, 1846 

Windsor Castle, Vauxhall Road, n u 1847 

Gun Tavern, Lupus Street, n n 1848 

Windsor Castle, Vauxhall Road, n n 1857 

Freemasons' Tavern, Great Queen Street, ,1 1858 

Anderton's Hotel, Fleet Street, n 1859 



Date of Warrant 
or Constitution. 



13 Feb. 1808 



29 June 1765 

Warrant of 
Confirmation, 
T5 April 1850. 

Centenary Warrant 

(^Special Jewel), 

19 Dec. 1865. 



10 July 1765 



1785 



8 Nov. 1774 

Centenary Warrant, 
II June 1877. 



1755 



343 



344 



1770 



280 



281 



1780 



222 



1781 



223 



223 



224 

A 



224 

B 



1792 



A 



1814 



[832 



1863 



191 

B 



191 



233 



234 



163 



164 



140 



192 



235 



165 



141 



143 



142 



Name of Lodge. 



Union Lodge, 

Named in i8og. 



Saint Thomas's 
Lodge, 

Named in 1815. 



Royal Edwin Lodge, 

Named in 1767. 

A '* Masters' Lodge^" 
1767. 



Lodge of Perseverance. 



Places of Meeting. 



Blue Boar, NOFWieh, Norfolk 1765 

Three Tuns, St. Martin's-at-Oak, Norwich 1776 

Three Tuns Inn, ThOPpe St. Andrew, Norfolk 1783 

Black Horse, Tombland, NoFWich 178;^ 

Gate House Tavern, Tombland, m 1799 

Angel Inn, Market Place, n 1817 
United with No. 68 \^No. 146 o/z^June 1736] in 1817. 



Angel and Crown, Maiden Lane, Wood St., London 1775 
Northumberland Arms, Great Russell Street, 

Covent Garden, n 1775 

Bell, Cecil Court, St. Martin's Lane, ,1 1776 

Globe, in the Strand, m 1779 

Horse Shoe, Jermyn Street, Piccadilly, ,1 1786 
Chequers, St. Margaret's Churchyard, 

Westminster, n 17^7 

Stanhope Arms, Oxenden Street, Haymarket, n 1787 

Shakespeare, Oxenden Street, n n 1788 

Royal Standard Tavern, Leicester Fields, n 1788 

Two Blue Posts, Maiden Lane, Covent Garden, n 1788 

Griffin, Villiers Street, York Buildings, n 1789 

Suttling Mouse, Foot Guards, Whitehall, „ 1794 

Crown, Broadway, Tothill Street, Westminster, m 1799 

Suttling House, Foot Guards, Whitehall, m 1799 

Coal Hole, Strand, 1, 1803 

Suttling House, Foot Guards, Whitehall, „ 1804 

Prince and Princess, Gravel Lane, Blackfriars, n 181 1 

Three Compasses, King Street, Golden Square, n 1812 

Hole-in-the-Wall, Fleet Street, „ 1817 

Newcastle-on-Tyne, Broad St., Golden Square, n 1820- 

Shakespeare Tavern, Great Russell Street, n 1824 

Crown Tavern, Museum Street, n 1825 

Garrick's Head, Bow Street, Covent Garden, n 1825 

Freemasons' Tavern, Great Queen Street, n 1826 

Crown Tavern, Museum Street, m 1826 

Museum Tavern, it ir 1827 
Bedford Head Tavern, Maiden Lane, Covent 

(Jarden, 11 1829 

Fitzroy Hotel, Charlotte Street, Rathbone Place,ii 1831 

Freemasons' Tavern, Great Queen Street, n 1 831 

Radley's Hotel, Bridge Street, Blackfriars, 11 l86l 

Caledonian Hotel, Adelphi, Strand, n 187 1 

City Terminus Hotel, Cannon Street, n 1873 

Willis's Rooms, King Street, St. James's Square, 11 1874 

City Terminus Hotel, Cannon Street, n 1875 

Ship and Turtle Tavern, Leadenhall Street, n 1891 



Sun, Norwich Street, Fakenham, Norfolk 1765 

Red Lion, Market Place, Fakenham 1766 

White Hart, White Hart St., ThetfOFd, Norfolk 1782 
Angel, Angel Hill, BuFy St. EdmundS, Suffolk 1789 
Six Bells, Chequer Square, Bury St. Edmunds 1803 
Erased in 1829. " Lodge dissolved and/umiture sold." 



Amsterdam, 



Erased in 1769. 



The Ship, Fore Street, 
Queen's Head, Fore Street, 



St. 



Holland 1765 



Ives, Cornwall 1765 
1777 



Erased i February 1786. 



Date of Warrant 
or Constitution. 



1765 



11 May 1775 

Centenary Warrant, 
20 Nov. 1875. 



30 Sept. 1765 

Constituted 
30 Dec. 1765. 



1765 



16 July 1765 



1755 



357 



1770 



282 



17S0 



224 



1781 



225 



1792 



192 



1814 



236 



1832 



1863 



193 



237 



166 



142 



358 



283 



225 



226 



193 



238 



359 



360 



284 



226 



227 



144 



l894 



Name ok Lodge. 



143 



Middlesex Lodge, 

Named in 1824. 



144 



St. Luke's Lodge, 

Named in 1786. 



145 



Lodge of Prudent 
Brethren, 

Named in 1817. 



Places of Meeting. 



Date of Warrant 
or Constitution. 



Coach and Horses, Duke Street, St. James's, 

London i77S 

White Hart Tavern, Holborn, i. 1775 

Six Cans, Little Turnstile, Holborn, n 1788 

King's Arms, Ely Place, n " 17^9 

White Hart, Holborn, 1, n 179' 

King's Arms, Ely Place, n n 179^ 

Roebuck, High Holborn, n 1793 

Coach and Horses, High Holborn, 1. 1795 

Pitt's Head, Old Bailey, 1. 1795 

Castle, Greenhill Rents, West Smithfield, ,1 1797 
White Swan, Uraham's Buildings, Chancery 

Lane, " 1797 

Coopers' Arms, West Street, West Smithfield, n 1798 

Pewter Platter, Cross Street, Hatton Garden, 1. 1808 

Crown and Anchor, Fleet Market, Ludgate Hill,ii 1809 

The George, Brook Street, Holborn, n 1813 

Freemasons' Tavern, Great Queen Street, n 1824 

Thatched House Tavern, St. James's Street, n 1851 

The Albion Tavern, Aldersgate Street, 1. 1862 



Lodge No. 1, Maryland, 



The Flask, Ebury Square, 



Chelsea, London 1765 



Duke's Head, Robinson's Lane, n n 177° 

Don Saltero's Coffee House, 

Cheyne Walk, n n I7'56 

Orange Coffee House, Queen Street,ii n 1808 

Phoenix, Smith Street, 11 " 1813 

Six Bells, King's Road, ., 1. 1817 

Red House, College Street, r u 1818 

White Horse, Church Street, n " 1819 

Wellington, South Street, h m 1823 

White Hart Inn, King's Road, 11 n 1827 

Stag Tavern, Fulham Road, -n 11 1838 

Black Lion, King's Road, n m 1839 

Builders' Arms, Russell Street, n n 1S43 

Commercial HallTavern,King'sRoadip n 1858 

Pier Hotel, Cheyne Walk, n h 1863 

Masons' Hall, Masons' Avenue, BasinghallStreetn 1871 

Westminster Chambers, Victoria Street, n 1877 

Anderton's Hotel, Fleet Street, n 1880 



Bedford Head, Maiden Lane, Covent Garden, 

London 177s 

Robin Hood, Great Windmill St., Haymarket, n 1789 

Globe, Market, Pall Mall, m 1792 

CrownTavern,St. Dunstan'sPassage, Fleet St., n 1794 

Hole in the Wall, Fleet Street, n 1800 

Lapsed about 1805. 



Ship, Brick Lane, Bethnal Green, London 1806 

Red Lion and Spread Eagle, High Street, 

Whitechapel, n 1819 

Duke of Clarence, Commercial Road, St. 

George's East, n 1822 

Duke's Head, Commercial Road, St. George's 

East, M 1826 

King's Head, Commercial Road, St. George's 

East, M 1829 

Coach and Horses, Northumberland Alley, 

Fenchurch Street, n 1832 

George and Vulture Tavern, Cornhill, n 1840 

Freemasons' Tavern, Great Queen Street, n 1845 

Freemasons' Hall, 11 n 1867 



Joppa (Baltimore), Maryland, U.S. of America 1765 

No Returns after 1781, butwas kept on English Register 
until 1813. 

It had, however, taken a new Warrant, No. 35, from the 
G. L. of Pennsylvania (A) 16 February 1782. 



See page 134. 



10 Oct. 1775 



17 July 1765 

Centenary Warrant, 
21 Jan. 1870. 



1755 



345 



14 Dee. 1775 



1806 

(By Endorsement 
on Warrant of 
14 Dec. 177s). 

Centenary Warrant 
10 Nov. 1875. 



1770 



285 



780 



227 



1781 



228 



8 Aug. 1765 

Constituted 
21 Nov. 1765. 



1 May 1764 



346 



347 



286 



228 



1792 



194 



194 



195 

A 



1814 



239 



240 



195 

B 



229 



195 



1832 



167 



168 



241 169 145 



1863 



143 



144 



[ 145 ] 



i894 



146 



Name of Lodge. 



Lodge of Antiquity, 

Named in 1803. 

Dormant April 1789 
to Dec. 1792. 



Lodge of Perfect 
Friendship, 

Named in 1768 or earlier. 

Royal York Lodge of 
Perfect Friendship, 

1817. 



Lodge of Love and 
Unity, 

Named in 1814. 



Lodge No. 1. 
Union Lodge, 1807. 



Places of Meeting. 



Fox Inn, Market Place, Leigh, Lancashire 177^ 

Crown Inn, Deansgate, Bolton, Lancashire 1786 

Private Koom, Thweat Street, Bolton 1793 

Black Horse Inn, Black Horse Street, n 1793 

Weavers' Arms Inn, Bradshawgate, n 1802 

Four Horse Shoes Inn, Deansgate, u 1812 

Rising Sun Inn, Church Street [now Church 

I'lank], M 1816 

One Horse Shoe Inn, Market Place, n 1855 

Bull's Head Inn, Bradshawgate, 11 1861 

Masonic Hall, Silverwell Street, it 1887 



Shakespeare's Head, Sawclose, Bath, Somersetshire 1765 

Greyhound and Shakespeare Inn, High St., Bath 1767 

Three Tuns Inn, Stall Street, i. 177^ 

Angel Inn, Westgate Street, n 1779 

White Hart Inn, Stall Street, m 1781 

White Lion Inn, High Street, p. 1803 

Greyhound Inn, n ci 1816 

Freemasons' Hall, York Street, n 1819 

White Lion Inn, High Street, n 1824 

Erasedby order of the G. i., in coiisequence of internal 
discord, I December 1B24. 

N.B. — Although erased, No. 243 of 1814 was placed on the Roll 
of 1832, with the same number, but without any description. 



First Royal Lancashire Militia, Canteen, 

Dover, Kent 1776 

Lapsed about 1778. 
Is noted at " Scarborough Castle, Kent," in Cal. of -lZoo. 



Date of Warrant 
or Constitution. 



24 June 1776 

Centenary Warrant, 
i8 Oct. 1878. 



20 Sept. 1765 



1755 



1770 



1780 



1781 



1792 



196 



1814 



242 



1832 



1863 



170 



146 



348 



287 



229 



230 



196 



243 



243 



24 June 1776 



First Royal Lancashire Militia, Dover, Kent 1805 2 Feb. 1805 

At Plymouth, Devonshire 1806 

Lapsed iJi 1806. 



Third Regiment of Dragoons, Exeter, 

Devonshire 1806 

" Transferred to the 3rd Regiment of Dragoons at Exeter, 
not permitted to assemble or meet by the Col. of said last 
mentioned Regiment." G. L. Reg. 



North Hants Militia, Pendennis Castle, 

Falmouth, Cornwall 1808 
North Hants Militia, London Inn, Market Street, 

Falmouth 1809 

Navy Tavern, The Quay, h 1 8 10 

Fountain Tavern, Market Street, fi 1820 

King's Arms Hotel, Market Strand, n 1826 

Erased 5 September 1838. 



Town of St. Helary [St. Heliers], Jersey, 

Chattitel Islands 1765 
Erased imi^i- Last payment lioy. 

See page 147. 

See page 147. 

Fox and Goose, King Street, Seven Dials, London 1777 

Lapsed about 1778. 



1806 



29 Aug. 1808 



197 

A 



197 

B 



197 

c 



197 

D 



244 



171 



1765 

7 Dee. 1765 
21 Dee. 1765 

20 Jan. 1777 



349 

350 
351 



288 



230 



231 



197 



198 

A 



19 



[ 146 ] 



i894 



147 



Name of Lodge. 



148 



Lodge of Justice, 

Named in 1828. 



Lodge of Lights, 

Named in 1806. 



149 



150 



Lodge of Peace, 

Named in 1822. 



Lodge No, 1. 



Lodge Perfect 
Unanimity, 

Named in 1790. 

No. 1 Coast of 
Coromandel. 



Lodge No. 2. 



Lodge No. 3. 



Places of Meeting. 



West London Militia, Baptist Head, 

St. John's I.ane, West Smithfield, LondOn 1801 

West London Militia, Greenwich, n 1801 

11 White Swan, Whitecross St., M 1802 

IP Deptford, n 1806 

Jolly Potters, Church Street, Deptford „ 1806 

Trinity Arms, n n n 1828 

Royal Albert Tavern, New Cross Road, n 11 1853 

White Swan, High Street, n 11 1862 



The Fleece [h«/;«otwk], WaPPington, Lancashire 1765 

Lingham's Coffee House \unknown\ Warrington 1769 

Woolpack, Bold Street, n 1770 

The Swan, Bridge Street, n 1786 

Golden Fleece, Buttermarket Street, ci 1801 
Golden Horse Shoe and Grapes, Horse 

Market Street, n l8o5 

Bear's Paw, Buttermarket Street, n 1820 

George Inn, Bridge Street, n 1836 

Bull Inn [!«;i«om«], n 1 840 

Nag's Head Hotel, Sankey Street, n 1843 

Blackburn Arms Hotel, Corn Market, n i860 

Masonic Rooms, Sankey Street, n 1863 

Austin Chambers, Bold Street, n 1893 



The Cock Inn, Shambles Street, Bapnsley, 

Yorkshire 1777 

Ceased Txiorking about 1778, but is noted in List in Akiman 
Rezouj 1804. 



Travellers' Rest, Dawgreen, DeWSbUFy, Yorkshire 1804 
Lapsed, and furniture disposed of, 1815. 



Woolpack, Honley, near Huddersfield, Yorkshire 1820 

Golden Fleece, Station Street, Meltham, n 1826 

Rose and Crown, Market Place, Meltham 1856 

Masonic Rooms, Market Place, n 1863 

Masonic Hall, Wessenden Road, n 1882 



Madras (Chingieput), 

Not in List until 1766. 



Madras, India 1 765 
Lapsed prior to T786. 



Freemasons' Hall, Madras (Chingieput), 

Madras, India 1786 
Not in List until 1790. 
Formed from Members of Athol Lo. 152, No. i Provincial (p. 126). 
See note on page 96 in reference to this Lodge. 



Pantheon, 

House in Spen Tank, 

Pantheon, 

College Hall, 

Masonic Hall, Beach, 

Mr. Williams' House, Mount Road, 

Cotgrave Hotel, Vepery, 

Masonic Hall, Vepery, 

II Mount Road, 



Madras 



1800 
1802 
1803 
1826 
1840 
1856 
1861 
1878 
1884 



Madras (Chingieput), Madras, India 1765 

Not in List until 1766. Erased 9 February 1791. 

Madras (Chingieput), Madras, India 1765 

Not in List until 1766. Erased^ February 1791. 

Vine Inn, Salisbury, Wiltshire 1777 

Last Entry ^lan. 1782. Lapsed about 1784. 
1792, June. "Received this Warrant by the Coach in 
answer to our Circular Letter of this year (Vacant)." G,L. Reg. 



Date of Warrant 
or Constitution. 



1 Jan. 1801 

On Warrant of 
20 Jan. 1777. 



8 Nov. 1765 

Warrant of 
Confirmation, 
6 Feb. 1863. 

Centenary Warrant 

{Special lewei) , 

9 March 1865. 



1 April 1777 



28 March 1804 



20 July 1820 

Warrant of 
Confirmation, 
I June 1821. 



1765 



7 Oct. 1786 

Warrant of 
Confirmation, 
3 Feb. 1869. 

Centenary Warrant, 
8 March 1886. 



1765 



1765 



9 July 1777 



I7SS 



352 



353 



1770 



289 



290 



[780 



231 



232 



354 



355 



291 



292 



1781 



232 



233 



234 



233 

A 



233 

B 



234 



235 



1792 



1814 



1832 



1S63 



198 

B 



245 



172 



147 



198 



246 



173 



148 



199 

A 



199 

B 



199 

o 



247 



174 



149 



199 



248 



175 



150 



200 

A 



147 



i894 



151 



152 



Name of Lodge. 



Veetis Ancient Lodge, 

1 80s. 

Albany Lodge, 

1816. 



Lodge No. 1. 



Red Cross Lodge. 

1804-1813. 

Lodge of Virtue, 

1832. 



Places of Meeting. 



Castle and Banner, Hunny Hill, Carisbrook, 

Newport, IsU of Wight, Hampshire 



Red Lion Inn, St. James's Square, 
Fountain Inn, Sea Street, 
Tontine Inn, South Street, 
Three Tuns, Holyrood Street, 
Green Dragon Hotel, Pyle Street, 
Star Inn, St. James's Street, 
Masonic Rooms, 48 Pyle Street, 
Masonic Hall, Lugley Street, 



Newport 



1801 
1806 
1815 
1816 
1821 
1836 

1843 
1846 



Beneoolen (Bencooien), Island of Sumatra, 

East Indies 1765 
Not in List until 1766. 

Last payment 1797. Erasedin 1813. 



See page 143. 
See page 143. 
See page 143. 
See page 143. 



New Inn, Melksham, Wiltshire 1765 

King's Arms, Melksham 1771 

Erased 28 April 177S. 



The Cock Inn, Chester Road, Stretford, 

near Manchester, Lancashire 1777 

Lapsed aioui 1782. " Donnant " in List qfiTj^. 

This Lodge is said to liave been also No. 204 (A), but in 
error, and there is no evidence that this Warrant was 
subsequently taken by No. 278 (A), as some have stated. 



Moseley Arms, Shude Hill, Manchester, 

Lancashire 1796 
Weavers Arms, Lee St., Oldham Road, Manchester 1797 

Swan with Two Necks, Withy Grove, n 1799 

Lord Nelson, Castle Fields, ic 18 10 

Sir Sidney Smith, Port Street, n 18 12 

The Fleece, Shude Hill, n 1814 

Royal Oak, Jersey Street, n 1817 

Weavers Arms, Lee Street, Oldham Road, n 1 821 

Beehive, Jersey Street, n 1822 

Richard III., James Street, Thomas Street, n 1826 

Red Lion, Bradford Street, . n 1828 

Man in the Moon, Smithfield Market, n 1839 

Garratt Road Inn, Garratt Road, 11 1840 

Pack Horse Inn, Bridge Street, ir 1842 

Town Hall Buildings, King Street, n 1845 

Freemasons' Hall, Cross Street, n 1845 

Queen's Hotel, Piccadilly, it 1847 

Albion Hotel, Piccadilly, » 1852 

Waterloo Hotel, Piccadilly, n 1854 

Cross Street Chambers, Cross Street, n 1857 

Freemasons' Hall, Cooper Street, ti 1864 



Tortola and Beef Island, Virgin Islands, 

West Indies 1765 
Erasedin 1813. 



Date of Warrant 
or Constitution. 



8 May 1801 

(On Warrant of 
9 July 1777.) 



1765 

1765 
30 Sept. 1765 

1765 
16 July 1765 

7 Dee. 1765 
27 July 1777 



30 Dee. 1796 



21 Dee. 1765 



1755 



356 

357 
358 
359 
360 

350 



351 



1770 



293 



294 



295 



1780 



235 



236 



1781 



236 



237 



1792 



200 



201 



200 

B 



201 

A 



201 

B 



1814 



1832 



1863 



249 



176 



151 



250 



177 



152 



[ hb ] 



153 



Name of Lodge. 



Inhabitants' Lodge, 

Named in 1804. 



154 



Lodge of Unanimity 

Named in 1777. 

Freemasons' Hall Medal 
(1784). 



Lodge of Love and 
Unity, 

Named in 1813. 



155 



Scientific Lodge. 



Lodge of 
Perseverance. 



English Lodge. 



Places of Meeting. 



In His Majesty's Ordnance, in tiie Garrison of 

Gibraltar, (Malaga), Spain 1777 

"A Stationary, and not a Military Lodge." G. L. Reg. 

Crown and Anchor, Gibraltar 1815 

Glyn's Buildings, n i860 

Three Anchors' CofJee House, Main Street, n 1863 

6 Engineers' Lane, ti 1866 

Garrison Library, n 1869 

19 Bell I.ane, n 1874 

32 Engineers' Lane, n 1876 

Masonic Hall, Armstrong Buildings, n 1877 



George and Crown, Kirkgate, Wakefield, 



Black Bull Inn, Westgate, 
Masonic Hall, Thornhill Street, 

II Zetland Street, 

New Masonic Hall, Zetland Street, 



Yorkshire 1766 

Wakefield 1793 

II 1846 

II i860 

II 1881 



Canteen, Garrison of Dover, Dover Castle, 

Dover, Ke7it 1777 

Swan Inn, Dover Pier, Dover 1793 

King's Head, Clarence Place, n 1806 

Ordnance Arms Tavern, Queen Street, n 1807 

Hoveling Boat, n 1809 

Royal Oak Inn, Oxenden Street, n 1823 
Erased in 1837. 



King's Arms Punch House, Shad Thames, London 1766 
Lapsed about 1806. 



George Inn, Market Square, Crewkerne, 

Somersetshire 1807 
Erased in 1827. 



St. Augustine, Florida, 



U.S. of America 1778 



" Returned to the late G. Sec, the fees of Warrant No. 204, 
it not being received at St. Augustines." G. Stew. Min., 
z.^ Jan7iary 1780. 



Legs of Man, Fishergate, Preston, Lancashire 1803 
The Warrant of 27 July 1777, Cock, at Stretford, No, 



(A), was reissued to this Lodge in 1803, as No. 204. 
was an error, as No. 204 was never at Stretford. 



201 
This 



Preston 



Swan Inn, New Street, 

Golden Cross, Lancaster Road, 

Roast Beef Inn, Friargate, 

Joiners' Arms, Lord Street, 

Three Tuns Inn, North Road, 

Castle Inn, Market Place, 

Boar's Head Inn, Friargate, 

Rifleman, Water Street, 

Legs of Man Inn, Fishergate, 

Horse Shoe Inn, Church Street, 

Town Hall Buildings, Fishergate, 

Royal Hotel, Dale Street, Liverpool, Lancashire 1852 

Masonic Hall, 22 Hope Street, Liverpool 1858 



1804 
1812 
1817 
1820 
1821 
1825 
1827 
1832 

1834 
1 841 
1851 



Bordeaux (Gironde, Guienne), 



France 1732 



" Have met since the year 1732." Eng, Lists. 

Although constituted in 1732 the Lodge was not in Lists 
until 1766. Its last payment was in 1788. Joined the Grand 
Orient 0/ France in 1803, hut ivas retained on English 
Register until 1813. It still preserves, as part of its title, its 
last English number. 

Now named Lodge " Anglaise No. 204," on Reg. of 
G. Orient of France. 



Date of Warrant 
or Constitution. 



18 Nov. 1777 

Had a Warrant of 

Confirmation, 

10 July 1877, the 

original warrant 

having been lost, but 

it has since been 

recovered. 

[Centenary Warrant 

{^Special Jewel), 

I Oct. 1S62. 

Cancelled in 1S77]. 

Centenary Warrant, 
18 Nov. 1877. 



15 Feb. 1766 

Centenary Warrant, 
5 Dec. 1877. 



12 Dee. 1777 



22 Feb. 1766 



13 Aug. 1807 



3 Jan. 1778 



19 Oet. 1803 



8 March 1766 

Constituted 
27 April 1732. 



755 



361 



362 



1770 



296 



297 



363 



298 



1780 



237 



238 



239 



[781 



238 



239 



240 



1792 



202 



203 

A 



203 

B 



204 



1832 



202 



251 



178 



153 



252 



179 



154 



203 



253 



180 



254 



204 

A 



204 

B 



255 



181 



155 



[ 149 ] 



i«94 



156 



157 



Name of Lodge. 



Harmony Lodge, 

Named in 1814. 



Operative Lodge. 
Bedford Lodge, 

1784. 

Was an Operative Lodge 
much earlier. Is mentioned 
as **in reputable circumstances 
about the years 1739 and 1740." 
Rosicruczan, Jan. 1876. 



Lodge of Friendship. 

Named in 1775. 



L'Immortalite de 
L'Ordre. 

[A French Lodge.] 



Assyrian Lodge, 

Named in 1770. 



Places of Meeting. 



Dolphin Inn, High Street, New Shoreham, Sussex 1 766 
Erased in 1775. " Struck off." 



Half Moon Tavern, Cheapside, London 1778 

Delivered up Warranty 6 June 1781. InsuJ^cieni Members. 



Marl<et House Inn, Market .Street, Plymouth 

Dock [now DeVOnport]. Devonshire 1S04 
Crown and Anchor Tavern, Barljican, Plymouth, 

Devonshire 1814 

Union Inn, Lower Broad Street, Plymouth 1817 

Elephant and Castle, Bull Hill, ,1 1821 

King's Head Inn, Lower Broad Street, n 1833 

White Swan Inn, St. Andrew's Street, n 1852 

Huyshe Masonic Temple, Princess Place, n 1866 

Freemasons' Hall, i Princess Square, n 1888 



Mitre, Union Street, Westminster, London 1766 

Rose and Crown, Crown Street, h h 1767 

Mitre, Union Street, n n 1768 

The Crown, Crown Street, n n 1769 

Northumberland Arms, Great Russell Street, 

Covent Garden, n 177^ 

London Stone Tavern, Cannon Street, n 1774 

Thistle and Crown, Russell Court, Drury Lane, n 1784 

Coal Hole Tavern, Fountain Court, Strand, n 1788 

Freemasons' Tavern, Great Queen Street, rr 1791 

Queen Anne's Tavern, St. James's Street, n 1799 

Freemasons' Tavern, Great Queen Street, it 1807 

British Coffee House, Cockspur Street, n 1839 

Freemasons' Tavern, Great Queen Street, n 1845 

Freemasons' Hall, n n 1865 



Black Lion, Greenwich, London 1766 

Crown and Sceptre, High Bridge, Greenwich, n 1775 
SLrased in 1778. 



White Hart Inn, High Street, LeweS, Sussex 1766 

Erased in 1775. 



Crown and Anchor, Strand, London 1766 

Called " Crown and Anchor Lodge, constituted ye Lodge of 

Immortality in ye Strand," 1766. 

Erased ^Z April 1775. 



The Swan [Oxford Road], Oxford Street, LondOn 1766 
Erased 10 April 1782. 



Weavers' Arms, Dorset St., Spitalfields, London 1766 
Pewter Platter, White Lion Yard, Norton 

Folgate, n 1767 

Fleece, Well Court, Queen Street, Cheapside, n 1770 

Erased s February 1777. 



Recruiting Sergeant, Carlisle, Cumberland 1766 

Blue Bell, Fisher Street, Carlisle 1770 

Black Bull, Annett Well Street, ,. 1776 

Erased g April 1783. 



Date of Warrant 
or Constitution. 



18 April 1766 



6 April 1778 



27 Dee. 1804 



■755 



365 



1770 



299 



1780 



1781 



1792 



1814 



1832 



1863 



17 May 1766 

Warrant of 
Confirmation, 
15 Nov. 1819- 

Centenary Warrant, 
II Feb. 1874. 



26 May 1766 



29 May 1766 



16 June 1766 

Constituted 
8 Sept. 1766. 



23 June 1766 



26 July 1766 



1 Aug. 1766 



205 

A 



205 

B 



256 



182 



156 



364 



300 



240 



241 



205 



257 



183 



157 



366 



367 



376 



368 



301 



302 



303 



304 



241 



242 



371 



305 



369 



306 



242 



243 



[ ISO ] 



1894 



Name of Lodge. 



Union Lodge, 

Named in 1769. 



Union Lodge. 



Patriotic Lodge. 



La Loge de Sagesse. 



Ship Masters' Lodge, 
Named in 1769. 



158 



Adam's Lodge, 

Named in 1812. 



Places of Meeting. 



Globe, St. Mary's Churchyard, Exeter, Devonshire 1766 
New Coffee House, St. Peter's Churchyard, Exeter 1769 
Globe, St. Mary's Churchyard, n 1775 

Erased 11 February i-]Z^. 

See page 149. 



Union Punch House, Princes Street, opposite 

Merchants' Hall, Bristol, Gloucestershire 1766 

Erased ?» 1769. 



King's Head Tavern and Coffee House, Upper 

Street, Islington, London 1766 

Erased in 1773. 



Two Virgins, High Street, KenilwOFth, 

Warwickshire 177^ 
Lapsed about 1782. 
Is in Ahiman Rezon 1804 and 1S13, but not in 1S07. 



Black Horse, Oxenden Street, Haymarket, LondOn 1766 
Blue Boar, near Red Lion Street, Holborn, n 1772 
Lapsed. Last Register 1775. 



Greyhound Hotel, High Street, CPOydon, Surrey 1783 
Last payinefii Z-Z^i. Erased in 1822. 



Havre (Seine Inferieure, Normandie), France 1766 

Erased 13 November 1776. 



See page 149. 



White Hart, South Street, Exeter, Devonshire \'i(>(i 
Valiant Soldier, Without Southgate, Exeter 1769 

Erased 9 Febi nary 1791. 



Marquis of Granby, ShcerneSS, Kent 1778 

Masons' Arms, Sheerness 1792 

Warrant delivered yp 7 Septeinber 1795, 



Bell and Lion, High Street, SheerneSS, Kent 1797 
In Barracks, High Street, Blue Town, Sheerness 1799 

Masons' Arms, ,, iSoo 

Marquis of Granby's Head, The Garrison, n 1801 

Wliite Horse, High Street, Blue Town, „ 1802 

Marquis of Granby's Head, The Garrison, n 1802 

Bell and Lion, High Street, Blue Town, „ 1804 

Red Lion, „ „ „ 1804 

In Barracks, m n ,1 1805 

Bell and Lion, n n n 1807 

Freemasons' Hall, Mile Town, „ 181 1 

Their own Room, Blue Town, „ 1813 

II Mile Town, „ 1820 

Swan Inn, High Street, Blue Town, „ 1827 

Fountain Hotel, West Street, Blue Town, n 1828 

Britannia Inn, High Street, Mile Town, „ 1839 

Royal Hotel, Broadway, n „ 1843 

Wellington Inn, High Street, n „ 1847 

Fountain Hotel, West Street, Blue Town, „ 1850 

Masonic Hall, Mile Town, „ 1857 

Masonic Rooms, Victoria Hall, Broadway, n 1876 

Britannia Hotel, High Street, Mile Town, „ 1883 



Date of Warrant 
or Constitution. 



6 Aug. 1766 



26 July 1766 



9 Sept. 1766 



10 Sept. 1766 



20 June 1778 



16 Sept. 1766 



13 March 1783 



8 Oet. 1766 



16 June 1766 



31 Oet. 1766 



25 Sept. 1778 



4 Dee. 1797 

[Works with 
Warrant of 1778.] 



1755 



370 



371 



372 



373 



374 



375 



376 



377 



1770 



307 



308 



309 



310 



311 



1780 



243 



244 



245 



1781 



244 



245 

A 



245 

B 



246 



1792 



1814 



1832 



206 



206 



258 



207 

A 



207 

B 



259 



184 



158 



151 



1 894 



159 



Name of Lodge. 



Star Lodge, 

Named in 1779. 



Brunswick Lodge, 

Named in 1834. 



St. Nicholas' Lodge. 



Slon Lodge. 



Places of Meeting. 



The Star, Watergate Street, Chester", Cheshire 1766 

Elephant and Castle, Northgate Street, Chester 1779 

Coach and Horses Inn, ,1 1, 1792 

Rrased 13 April 1796. 



Square and Compasses, WOFkington, Cumberland 1772 

" Returned the Fees of Warrant No. 2 (sic) Workington, 
to the late Gr. Sec. Jones, he not having received the money 
from that Lodge." G. Stew. L. Min. zy July 1782. 

Is stated in List of 1794 and in Cal. 1800 as at 
" Herrington Harbour." 



Crown and Cushion, Plymouth Doek [now 

DevonpOPt], Devonshire 1802 
London Inn, Fore Street, Plymouth Dock 1802 

Half Moon Tavern, Pembroke Street, m 1807 

Ehoenix Inn, Fore Street, n 1808 

Military Arms Tavern, Fore Street, n 1817 

White Lion, King Street, n 1821 

Phoenix Inn, ir .. 1822 

Prince William Henry, Cumberland Street, n 1823 

Market House Inn, Market Street, DevonpOFt 1827 
Clarence Inn, Catherine Street, n 1829 

Market House Inn, Market Street, u 1830 

Commercial Inn, Fore Street, m 1831 

Masonic Rooms, 62 St. Aubyn Street, n 1835 

St. George's Hall, Emma Place, East 

StOnehOUSe, Devonshire 1 854 
Brunswick Masonic Hall, Union St., Plymouth, 

Devonshire 1855 
Metham Masonic Hall, Caroline Place, 

East Stonehouse 1869 

Masonic Hall, Union Street, Plymouth 1877 

Ebrington Masonic Hall, Phoenix Place, 

Hobart Street, East Stonehouse 1880 



Private Room at Bro. Fife's, Castle Garth, 

Neweastle-Upon-Tyne, Northumberland 1767 

White Hart, Cloth Market, Newcastle-upon-Tyne 1795 

Scotch Arms, Newgate Street, n 1801 

Chancellor's Head, Newgate Street, n 1806 

United with No. 26 (A) [0/2^ Sept. 1805] in i8i.t. 



4th Battalion Royal AFtilleFy, Gibraltar, 

(Malaga), Spain 1779 
A^o Records afte> 1779. 



Staffordshire Regiment of Militia, 

Windsor, Berkshire 1801 
No. 327 (A) acquired No. 209 (A) in 1803. 

King's Own Stafford Militia, 

At Windsor, Berkshire 1803 

„ Dover, Kent 1803 

M Windsor, Berkshire 1804 

11 Weymouth, Dorsetshire 1804 

II Crown, Prescot Street, Windsor, Berkshire 1805 

II Chichester, Sussex 1812 
Erased <f December 1827. 



Private Room, Norfolk Street, North Shields, 

Northtnnberland 1766 
Star and Garter, Clive Street, North Shields 1800 

Erased^ December 1827. 



Date of Warrant 
or Constitution. 



28 Nov. 1766 



16 Feb. 1779 



12 Jan. 1802 



29 Nov. 1766 

Constituted 
9 June 1767. 



16 Feb. 1779 



26 April 1801 

and 

Oct. 1803 



29 Nov. 1766 



1755 



381 



378 



379 



1770 



312 



313 



314 



1780 



246 



247 



248 



1781 



247 



248 



249 



1792 



207 



208 



209 



208 

A 



208 

B 



209 

A 



327 

B 

209 

B 



1814 



1832 



1863 



260 



185 



159 



261 



262 



263 



152 



1 894 



Name of Lodge. 



160 



162 



Lodge of 
True Friendship, 

Named in 1786. 



Lodge of Peace, 



St. John's Lodge, 

Also " No. I Ancient York 
Masons." 



Black Fryers Bridge 

Lodge. 

Blaekfriaps Bridge 

Lodge, 1800. 

Cadogan Lodge, 

1836. 



Lodge of Zeal, 

Named in 1770. 



Places of Meeting. 



New York (New York), 



U.S. of America 1779 



English Records ceased in 1782, hut the Lodge is kept on 
the Lists in Ahiman Rezon 1804, 1807, and 1S13. 

It however surrendered its Warrant to the G. L. of New 
York, taking a New Warrant as "Temple Lodge," 3 June 
1789. On 2 Dec. 1789, No. 210 was dissolved, a iV'<?w Warrant 
bearing the number 210, being granted to some Members of 
the old Lodge, and another Neiu Warrant to other Members 
of the old Lodge. 



Crown and Thistle, near Tower Hill, London 1766 

Three Cranes, Mile End Road, ir 1786 

Seven Stars, BPOmley, Kent 1787 

Bird in Hand, Bow Road, Stratford, London 1797 

George Inn, ISroadway, ir n 1 800 

King's Head, West Street, Roehford, Essex 1801 

New Ship, East Street, Roehford 1802 

Old Ship, North Street, 11 1823 



See page 151. 



Rose and Crown, opposite the Custom House, 

Thames Street, London 1766 

Ship Tavern, Water Lane, Tower Street, n 1773 

Gun Tavern, Billingsgate, n 1773 

Erased in 1776. 



Golden Ball, Halifax (Halifax), Nova ScOtia, 

North America 1780 

Lodge Room, Grafton Street, Halifax 1787 

Masonic Hall, Barrington Street, n 180T 

Is designated " S. John's Lodge," and also " Provincial Grand 

Lodge," in Ahiman Rezon 1804. 

Erased 1 September 1869. 

Now No. 2 on Reg. of G. L. of Nova Scotia. 



King's Arms, Bennet Street, Southwark, London 1767 

Mitre, Broadwall, Upper Ground, m m 1773 

Leaping Bar, New Road, Blackfriars Bridge, fi 1776 
Angel, Upper Ground, Christ Church, 

Southwark, n 1777 
Erased Li February 1784. Reinstated same year. 

Halfway House, St. George's Fields, n 1800 
Northumberland Arms, Holland Street, 

Blackfriars Road, ,1 1804 

Running Horse, Blackfriars Road, n 1809 

Hercules Tavern, Threadneedle Street, n 1817 

Dolly's Chop House, Newgate Street, n 1819 

Anchor Tavern, St. Mary-at-Hill, Tower St., pr 1821 

Crown Tavern, Museum Street, n 1826 

Coach and Horses, High Holborn, n 1828 

Ship Tavern, Gate Street, Lincoln's Inn Fields, n 1829 

George and Blue Boar, Holborn, „ 1834 

Ship Tavern, Gate Street, Lincoln's Inn Fields, n 1834 

George and Vulture Tavern, Cornhill, n 1835 

Stag Tavern, Fulhani Road, Chelsea, ,, 1836 

Manor House, King's Road, Chelsea, „ 7839 

Freemasons' Tavern, Great Queen Street, n 1841 

Freemasons' Hall, „ „ 1865 



Castle, Holborn, LondOn 1767 

Angel and Sun, Strand, „ 1769 

Ship and Dolphin, Temple Bar, „ 1770 

Welsh Harp, Fulwood's Rents, High Holborn, „ 1773 
Magdalen Coffee House, St. George's Fields, „ 1775 
Erased 17 ITcrvemlier \T]i, " ConstiiutionJ'or/eited." 



Date of Warrant 
or Constitution. 



20 Feb. 1779 



4 Dee. 1766 

Centenary Warrant, 
17 June 1873. 



28 Nov. 1766 



19 Dee. 1766 



13 June 1780 



9 Feb. 1767 

Centenary Warrant, 
3 May 1867. 



16 Feb. 1767 



■755 



1770 



1780 



1781 



1792 



1814 



1832 



1S63 



210 



380 



315 



249 



250 



210 



264 



186 



160 



381 



382 



316 



211 



265 



187 



161 



383 



317 



250 



251 



211 



266 



188 



162 



384 



318 



153 



l894 



163 



164 



Name of Lodge. 



Solomon's Lodge. 



Lodge of Industry, 

1783- 

Lodge of Integrity, 

1784. 



Lodge of 
Pepseveranee, 

Named in 1824. 



Union Lodge. 

Royal York Lodge of 
Union, i8i4- 



Places of Meeting. 



Royal Exchange, NeW York (New York), 

U.S. of America 1780 

No Records after 1782, h-ut is kept on Lists in Ahiman 
Rezon 1804, 1807, and 1813, 

On 4 June 1788, the Lodge surrendered its Warrant to the 
G. L. of New York. A New Warrant was granted on 2i 
October 1788, to some Members of the old Lodge, as " Saint 
Patrick's Lodge, No. 212," which subsequently took rank as 
No. 5 of New York. No records after 1795. 



Swan and Saracen's Head, Shudehill, 

Manchester, Lancashire 

Upper Swan, Market Street Lane, Manchester 

Golden Fleece, near the Market Cross, m 

Fletcher's Tavern, Ancoat's Lane, m 

Trumpet Tavern, Barton Street, n 

Bull's Head Inn, Union Street, n 

Spread Eagle Inn, Church Street, n 

Talbot Inn, Market Street, n 

Palace Inn, u n 

Crown and Thistle, Old Churchyard, m 

Bridgwater Arms Inn, n n 

Royal Hotel, Mosley Street, m 

Hayward's Hotel, Bridge Street, n 

Ladyman's Hotel, n 

Bush Inn, Deansgate, n 

Brunswick Hotel, Piccadilly, n 
Masonic Rooms, Chambers, Cross Street, n 

Freemasons' Hall, Cooper Street, n 



See page 40. 



1766 
1767 
1769 

1774 
1781 
1786 
1798 
1813 
1817 
1818 
1821 
1826 
1826 
1837 
1839 
1856 

1857 
1864 



Golden Marine Inn, EaSt StOnehOUSe, 

Devonshire 18 13 
Manor Hotel, East Stonehouse 1817 

Cornish Inn, Ordnance Street, Plymouth Dock 

[now DeVOnpOPt], Devonshire 1819 
Theatre Inn, Cumberland Street, Plymouth Dock 1 821 
York Hotel, Manchester Street, ExmOUth, 

Devonshire 1824 
New Commercial Inn, Fore Street, SidmOUth, 

Devonshire 1829 
London Hotel, Fore Street, Sidmouth 1837 

Masonic Hall, High Street, n 1890 



Sun, High Street, 
Golden Lion, High Street, 

Lapsed. 



Chatham, Kent 1767 
Chatham 1769 



Bath Barge, Queen Street, Bpistol, Gloucestershire 1 773 

Rising Sun, Castle Ditch, Bristol 1780 
Erased 7 April 1784. Reinstated 17 Nov. 1784. 

Trout Tavern, St. James's, ir 1807 

Assembly Rooms, Princes Street, m 1809 

Freemasons' Hall, Broad Quay, n 1813 

11 Bridge Street, m 1818 

Erased s Seplemder iS^S. 



White Hart, Folkestone, Kent 1767 

Erased (Struck off) in 1778. 



Duke of AthoU's Arms, Oxford, Oxfordshire x^Zi 

Lapsed about 1783. 
Is in each of the Ahiman Rezon Lists of 1804, 1807, and 1813. 



20 



Date of Warrant 
or Constitution. 



1 Nov. 1780 

Constituted 
I March 1782. 



8 May 1766 



3 July 1781 



30 June 1813 

Constituted 
4 August 1813. 



I7SS 



1770 



1780 



1781 



1792 



1814 



1832 



1863 



212 



385 



319 



251 



252 



212 



267 



189 



163 



213 

A 



213 

B 



268 



190 



164 



17 Feb. 1767 



1773 



386 



320 

A 



320 

B 



252 



253 



213 



269 



191 



16 March 1767 



10 Oct. 1781 



387 



321 



214 



IS4 



1 894 



Name of Lodge. 



Jerusalem Lodge. 



Constitution Lodge. 

Lodge of Emulation, 

1770. 



Lodge of Truth, 

Named in 1770. 



Lodge of Morality, 

Named in 1777. 



Places of Meeting. 



Grenoble (Isere, Dauphine), 



France 1767 



Nothing further knoivn of this Lodge. Was kept on 
Register until 1813. 



Admiral Hawke, on the Quay, Bpistol, 

Gloucestershire 1767 
Erased in i-j6g. ^^Constn.Sold" 



Fort St. George, Madras (Chingleput), Madras, 

India 1767 

Apparently intended to have been No. 397, at which place 
it appears in MS. on T768 List, but was not in Engraved List 
until 1770, when it w.is given the place and number of 
" Jerusalem Lodge." 

Krased g February 1791. 



Constitution Coffee House, Bedford Street, 

Covent Garden, London 1767 

Guildhall Coffee House, Gresham Street, ir 1770 

Paul's Head Tavern, Cateaton Street, n 1771 

London Tavern, Bishopsgate Street, n 1774 

United -with ^^ Mourning Bush Lodge,'* No. 13 {No. 19 
of IS May 1723], October 1780. 

N.B. — There were two Lodges numbered 255 in 1780. 



Bull's Head, Little Windmill Street, London 1767 

Crown, Silver Street, Golden Square, n 1769 

Cock, Margaret Street, Cavendish Square, n 1771 

Erased 12 April 1780. 



Second Regiment of Anspaeh Berauth, 

New York (New York), U.S. of America 1782 

No. 215 (A) claimed No. 86 (A), held at Woolwich, as their 
^ Mother Lodge. Hist. G. L. New York, f. 5. 

A.Y.M. 2nd Regt. Brandenburgh Anspaeh, severed its 
connection from G. L. of New York in 1783, and retired with 
the English Army on the Evacuation of the City. Ibid 
p. xxxvii. 

Is in Ahiman Rezon 1804 and 1807, but there are no records 
after 1782. 



In His Majesty's Royal Regiment of 

Cumberland Militia, Hull, Yorkshire 1807 

At Derby, Derbyshire 1812 

M Halifax, Yorkshire 1812 

.1 Hull, „ 1813 

In the Royal Cumberland Militia 1814 

Erased s September 1838. 



Cross Keys, Peter Street, Westminster, London 1767 

Blue Posts, Peter Street, n 11 1769 

Mercers' Arms, Mercers' Street, Long Acre, n 1773 

Ship, Wardour Street, Soho, n 1777 

King's Head, Old Compton Street, Soho, ,1 1792 

Britannia, Tames Street, Covent Garden, n 1799 

Dog Tavern, St. James's Market, n 1801 

Hercules Pillars, Great Queen Street, m 1802 
Last return 1819. Erased 3 March 1830. 



Date of Warrant 
or Constitution. 



18 March 1767 



1 April 1767 



1767 



11 April 1767 



1767 



10 Oct. 1781 

Constituted at New 
York, 21 Feb. 1782. 



1755 



1770 



1780 



1781 



1792 



1814 



1832 



[863 



388 



322 



253 



254 



214 



389 

A 



389 

B 



323 



254 



255 



390 



324 



255 



391 



325 



215 

A 



9 Oct. 1807 



21 May 1767 



215 

B 



270 



192 



392 



326 



255 



256 



215 



271 



iSS 



1894 



165 



Name of Lodge. 



Ppovlncial Grand Lodge 

of York, Chester, and 

Lancaster. 



Lodge of Honour 
and Generosity. 

Named in 1789. 



Provlneial Grand Lodge. 



Places of Meeting. 



First Regiment East Devon Militia, 

RoborOUgh Down, Devonshire 1 78 1 

At Exeter, » 1781 

Dover Castle, Dover, Kent \^q\ 

Bristol, Gloucestershire 1794 

Totnes, Devonshire 1799 

Plymouth, n 1800 

Mei-maid Tavern, Preston Street, Exeter, n 1803 

Plymouth, .. 1805 

PortSea, Hampshire 1806 

Lewes, Sussex 1806 

Exeter, Devonshire 1807 

Golden Lion, Plymouth Dock [novir 

Devonport], Devonshire 1808 

Chelmsford, Essex 181 1 

Dolphin Inn, Winchester, Hampshire 1811 

Ireland 1812 

Lichfield, Staffordshire 1813 

Golden Ball, Mary Arches Street, Exeter 1817 

Market House Inn, Guinea Street, Exeter 1830 

Erased in 1835. 



Tliree Lions, MarbOrOUgh [Marburgh], (Hesse- 
Nassau), Germany 1 767 

Warranted by English Lodge Union of Frankfort, 8 April 
T743. Registered in England on the erection of the Frankfort 
Prov. G. L. Joi7t£dthe Strict Observance in 1774, "when it 
shontd have been erased from oitr List, but was kept there 
untit iBi^. 



To be held in the Town of Sheffield, and County 

of York, Yorkshire 178 1 
2^0 records after 1781. 



Square and Compasses, Old Quay, Whitehaven, 

Cumberland 1813 
Masons' Arms, Brick Street, Whitehaven 1813 

Horse and Farrier [The Ginns], n 1815 

Erasedin ■lZi'z, 



Sun and Punch Bowl, High Holborn, London 1767 
Crown and Cushion, Parkers Street, 

Lincoln's Inn Fields, n 1770 

Bedford Head, King Street, Bloomsbury, n 1787 

Turk's Head, King Street, n pi 1789 

Buffalo Tavern, n n 1793 

King's Head Tavern, High Holborn, n 1796 

White Hart Tavern, n 11 1798 

Horn Tavern, Doctors' Commons, m 1814 

Crown, Bow Lane, Cheapside, n 1815 

Bell, Carter Lane, Doctors' Commons, it 1818 
London and Southwark Bridge Tavern, 

Queen Street, Cheapside, n 1820 

Bunch of Grapes, Little St. Martin's Lane, m 1822 

White Hart, Giltspur Street, Newgate Street, n 1824 

White Horse Tavern, Friday St., Cheapside, n 1827 

Horn Tavern, Doctors' Commons, n 1829 

George and Vulture Tavern, Cornhill, n 1834 

London Tavern, Bishopsgate Street, n 1837 

Inns of Court Hotel, Lincoln's Inn Fields, n 1876 



Fort St. George, Madras (Chingleput), Madras, 

India 1781 
No records after 1781. 
[See No. 152 (A), page 126.] 

Never really formed. John Sykes, the first Prov. G.M., 
died 4 Nov. 1782, immediately after receiving his appointment. 

" The R.W. Grand Lodge at Fort St. George, No. 152 on 
the Registry of England, and afterwards No. 218. N.B. — ■ 
No account of the safe arrival of either of these Grand 
Warrants, nor any return therefrom, has yet been received by 
the Ancient Grand Lodge of England." List 1794. 

Is in the Ahiman Rezon Lists of 1804, 1807, and 1813, as 
"Madras, East Indies," " Madras, Fort Wiiliam {Calcutta)," 
and " Fort St. George, East Indies." 



Date of Warrant 
or Constitution. 



24 Oct. 1781 



1767 



5 Sept. 1781 



6 Jan. 1813 



17 June 1767 

Centenary Warrant, 
25 May 1870. 



5 Sept. 1781 



1755 



1770 



1780 



1781 



1792 



216 



1814 



272 



1832 



193 



1863 



393 



327 



256 



257 



216 



217 

A 



217 

B 



273 



394 



328 



257 



258 



217 



274 



194 



165 



218 



[ 156 ] 



i894 



166 



Name of Lodge. 



Lodge of Unity. 

Lodge of Union, 

1786. 



Ppovlnelal Grand Lodge. 



Lodge Royal York of 
the Friendship. 



Lodge of Integrity. 

Named in 1771. 



British Society Lodge. 



Provincial Grand Lodge, 



Places of Meeting. 



Bear and Wheatsheaf, Lower Thames St., London 1767 

Black Kaven, Tooley Street, Southwark, n 1769 

Guy's Head, St. Thomas's Street, n n 1777 

Black Raven, Tooley Street, n n 1779 

Chequers, Hayes Wharf, Battle Bridge, 

Tooley Street, n 1 782 
Three Jolly Hatters, Bermondsey Street; 

Bermondsey, n 17^5 

Three Tuns, St. Margaret's Hill, Southwark, n 1806 

Surrey Theatre CoiTee House, Blackfriars Road,ii 181 1 

Three Tuns, St. Margaret's Hill, Southwark, n 1814 

City Arms, West Square, n n 1815 

Three Tuns, St. Margaret's Hill, 11 11 1820 

Bridge House Hotel, London Bridge, n n 1837 

London Tavern, Bishopsgate Street, n 1846 

Westminster Palace Hotel, Westminster, u 1875 

Mansion House Station Restaurant, 11 1877 

Holborn Viaduct Hotel, Holbom, n 1877 

Criterion, Piccadilly, 11 1880 



New York (New York), US. of America 1781 

Assembly Hall, at Roubalets, New York 1782 

Existed from 5 Dec- 1782 until ig Sept. 1783, when Wm. 
Walter resigned as G.M., and joined the King's Troops on 
their evacuation of New York. Hist. N.Y.^wo\. i, p. 113. 

Merged in Grand Lodge Kew Vorkj Sept. 1783. 

Appears in Ahiman Rezon Lists of 1804 and 1813. 
Not in 1807. 



Middle Mark of Brandenburg, Berlin 

(Brandenburg), Germany 1767 
Not in List until 1769. 

Was constituted 10 Aug. 1760, by the Grand Lodge of the 
Three Globes, Berlin, as " Lodge of the Three Doves." 

It split into four Lodges in 1798, which formed an 
Independent Grand Lodge 11 June 1798, but was kept on 
English Register until 1813. 



Carlisle Arms, Queen Street, Soho, London 1767 

The George, Great Chapel Street, Soho, n 1770 

Paviour's Arras, Swallow Street, u 1771 
Erased 13 November 1776. 



Private Room, Newman Street, Oxford Street, 

London 1767 

At Bro. Ghillims, Newman Street, Oxford St., ci 1770 
Royal Oak, Great Earl Street, Seven Dials, m 1770 
Erased {'^ Struck off") in 1775. 



Crown Inn, PenkhuU Street, Noweastle- 

Under-Lyme, Staffordshire 1767 

Erased 28 April 1775. 



Date of Warrant 
or Constitution. 



18 June 1767 

Warrant of 
Confirmation, 

I June 1825. 

Centenary Warrant, 

28 June 1883. 



Hoop Tavern, Fair Street, Horsleydown, London 1767 
-— - " 1770 

1771 

1774 
1776 
1776 



Fortune of War, Thames Street, 
Cock and Bottle, Cannon Street, 
Red Lion, Butcher Hall Lane, Newgate Street, n 
Coachmakers' Arms, Noble Street, Falcon Sq.,ip 
Angel Inn, Angel Street, St. Martin's-le-Grand,ii 
Erased 6 February 1782. 



See page 158. 

GibPaltai? (Malaga), 

Lapsed about 1815. 



Spain 1786 



5 Sept. 1781 



24 June 1767 417 



I7SS 



395 



1770 



329 



26 June 1767 



28 June 1767 



30 June 1767 



4 July 1767 



396 



397 



1780 



258 



330 259 



331 



332 



10 Mareh 1784 



25 Jan. 1786 



398 



399 



333 



334 



1781 



259 



1792 



218 



260 219 



260 



261 



1814 



1832 



[863 



275 



195 



166 



219 



220 

A 

220 

B 



276 



157 



1 894 



Name of Lodge. 



British Union. 



Lodge of Judah, 

Named in 1819. 



167 



King's Head Lodge. 

St. John's Lodge, 

1781. 



168 



Mariners' Lodge, 

Named in 1804. 



Lodge of tlie Three 
Pillars, 



Places of Meeting. 



City of Rotterdam, Holland lydy 

IVas kept on Register until 1813, and then erased. 



Horse and Leaping Bar, Whitechapel, LondOn 1784 

Harrow, Water Lane, Fleet Street, 11 1787 
Bricklayers' Arms, Earl Street, St. Andrew's 

by the Wardrobe, 1. 17S9 

GoldenAnchor, Artichoke Lane, Virginia Street, n 1793 

Hope, St. John's Street, West Sraithfield, 11 1794 

Queen's Head, Leadenhall Market, 11 1794 

Fountain, Minories, n 1795 

Cock, Jewry Street, Aldgate, n 1796 

George, George Yard, Whitechapel, n 1797 

Birdcage, Blackman Street, Southwark, n 1799 

Denmark's Head, Wellclose Square, m 1800 

Coal Meters' Arms, Shadwell, 11 1801 

Vine Inn, Minories, n 1801 

Peacock, ti n 1804 

Three Lords, n n 1810 

Sugar Loaf, Great St. Helens, n 181 1 

Three Lords, Minories, n 1812 

Crown and Anvil, Swan Street, Minories, 11 1813 

Black Boy and Cat, St. Catherine Court, n 1817 

Tailors' Arms, Mitre Street, Aldgate, ti 1818 

Three Tuns Tavern, Jewry Street, n n 1821 

Red Uon Tavern, Old Bethlem, m 1822 

Grapes, St. Mary Axe, n 1825 

City Arms, Blomfield Street, London Wall, n 1826 

St. James's Tavern, St. James's Place, Aldgate, n 1827 
Erased 3 March 1830. 



King's Head, Hampstead, LOndon 1767 

Flask Tavern, Flask Walk, n n 1780 

Long Room, Well Walk, >i n 1787 

Horse and Groom, Heath Street, n n 1794 
Yorkshire Grey, Yorkshire Grey Yard, 

Hampstead, 11 1794 

Long Room, Well Walk, n » 1795 

Yorkshire Grey, Yorkshire Grey Yard, n n 1795 

Long Room, Well Walk, n n 1795 

Flask Tavern, Flask Walk, 11 n 1796 

Horse and Groom, Heath Street, n n 1805 

Black Boy and Stile, High Street, n n 1807 

Holly Bush Tavern, Holly Mount, n 11 1808 

Castle Tavern, Hampstead Heath, n n 1826 

Holly Bush Tavern, Holly Mount, n 11 1832 

Jack Straw's Castle, Hampstead Heath, n n 1886 



Royal George, St. Peter Port, Guernsey, 

Channtl Islands 1784 

Ship and Castle, 11 Guernsey 1796 

Private Lodge Room, n n 1802 

St. Blair's, High Street, » 1803 

Private Room, Horn Street, m 1807 

M Hautville, n 1825 

Henley's Rooms, " 1830 

Cole's Hotel, Market Place, 1. 1837 

School Room, Berthelot Street, n 1847 

Masonic Hall, Court Place, n 1852 

I Havelock Place, Victoria Road, 11 1870 

Masonic Hall, Court Place, n 1871 

St. Julian's Hall, St. Julian's Avenue, m 1882 

Masonic Temple, Le Marchant Street, ir 1883 



City of Rotterdam, Holland \^(>^ 

Retained on Register until i^x^, and then erased. 
Still exists on Reg. of G. Orient of the Netherlands. 



Bayley's English Hotel, Ostend (West Flanders), 

Belgium 1784 

Kept on Lists in Ahiman Rezon 1804, 180^, and 1813 ; hut 
no records after 1788. Could not have existed after 1795, 
when G. Orient of France ruled in Belgium. 



Date of Warrant 
or Constitution. 



1 Aug. 1767 



1 March 1784 



1755 



400 



5 Aug. 1767 

Centenary Warrant, 
lo Oct. i868. 



10 March 1784 

Centenary Warrant, 
31 Jan. 1884. 



21 Aug. 1767 



10 March 1784 



1770 



335 



1780 



261 



401 



402 



336 



337 



1781 



1792 



262 220 



262 



263 



263 



264 



221 



222 



221 



1814 



277 



1832 



1863 



278 



196 



167 



222 



279 



197 



168 



223 



[ IS8 ] 



1894- 



Name of Lodge. 



Royal White Hart 
Lodge, 



Musicians' Lodge, 

Named in 1776. 



169 



Lodge of Amity. 



Lodge of Amity. 



Lodge of 
Temperance. 

Named in 1816. 



Lodge of Amity. 



Places of Meeting. 



Halifax (Halifax), North Carolina, 

U.S. of America 1767 

Kept on Registeruntil iZi-i. G. L. of North Carolina was 
formed g Dec. 1787. 

Now No. 2 on Reg. of G. L. of Noith Carolina. 



Crown and Anchor, Tnrnagain Lane, Snow Hill, 

London 1767 

Erased 12 April 1780. 



Castle Hotel, New Quay, Dartmouth, Devonshire 1767 
Erased 5 Eebruary 1777. 



Scales, Market Lane, Lichfield, Staffordshire 1784 

1784, March 29. " Warrant No. 220 filled up for the City 
of Lichfield. The D.G.M. remarked, .should have been No. 
224, whilst the G. Sec. had insisted that the last mentioned 
number should be 220 and no other, he having laid it bye for 
the Masonsat Lichfield, who had their Jewels marked with 
that number. Resolved that No. 220 should have been dated 
previous to No. 221, &c." G. L. Min. 
In consequence of the dispute, a New Warrant wai issued. 

In Ahiman Rezon 1804 and 1813 it appears as at Lichfield, 
but is not in Ahiman Rezon 1807. 



Justice in the Mint, Southwark, London 1767 

Sussex Cofifee House, West Smithfield, u 1770 

Lapsed about 1772. 



Coopers' Inn, PreStOn, Lancashire 1779 

White Horse, Friargate, Preston 1783 

Last Registry at Preston 21 January r794. 



Old Star Inn, Skipton Road, Steeton-in- 

Craven, Yorkshire 18 10 
Erased e^ March 1828. 



Black Horse, Coventrj' Street, near the 

Haymarket, London 1 784 

Peacock, Clare Market, ,1 1 789 

The George, Liverpool Road, Hoxton, n 1793 

Weavers' Arms, Sanders' Gardens, Hoxton, ir 1794 

Green Dragon, Botolph Alley, Eastcheap, ,1 1795 

King's Head, Little Eastcheap, ,, 1758 

George, East Harding Street, Shoe Lane, n 1799 

Golden Lion, Warwick Place, Holborn, m 1800 

Northumberland Arms, Clerkenwell, ,1 1800 

Red Lion, City Road, ,, 1802 

Northumberland Arms, Clerkenwell, n 1804 

Jolly Coopers, Clerkenwell Green, „ 1806 
Shakespeare's Head, Percival Street, 

Clerkenwell, p, 1810 

Grotto, Southampton Buildings, Holborn, n 1822 
Shakespeare's Head, Percival Street, 

Clerkenwell, ,, 1824 

King's Arms, Barbican, „ 1830 

King's Arms, Aldersgate Street, „ 1834 

George and Vulture Tavern, Cornhill, „ 1841 

King's Head Tavern, Poultry, „ 1851 

George and Vulture Tavern, Cornhill, „ 1854 

Plough Tavern, Plough Road, Rotherhithe, „ 1856 

White Swan, High Street, Deptford, „ 1867 



Private Room, CantOn (Quang-tung), China 1767 

Erased in 1813. 



Date of Warrant 
or Constitution. 



21 Aug. 1767 



1755 1770 



403 



11 Sept. 1767 



15 Sept. 1767 



10 March 1784 

and 

1 April 1784 



404 



405 



18 Oct. 1767 



1779 



1810 



4 May 1784 

Centenary Warrant, 
14 March 1884. 



1767 



338 



1780 



264 



339 



340 



406 341 

A 



341 

B 



407 



[781 



265 



1792 



223 



265 



266 



342 



266 



1814 



1832 



1863 



220 

A 

224 



224 

A 



224 

B 



267 



225 



225 



280 



281 



198 



169 



159 



1 894 



170 



171 



Name of Lodge. 



All Souls' Lodge. 



All Souls' Lodge. 



Cornubian Lodge. 



Lodge of Contentment. 



Lodge of Amity, 

Named in i8i6. 



Places of Meeting. 



King's Arms, King Street, Gieenwicli, London 1784 
Lapsed before 1789. 



[Place utiknoivn'], Greenwich, London 1789 

Royal Magazine, East Lane, Greenwich, n 1799 

Blue Anchor [iinkitoivn], n n 1804 

Lord Nelson's Head, East Lane, n m 1805 

Ship and Sailor, Garden Stairs, Church Street, 

Greenwich, m 1806 

Red Lion, Greenwich Road, Greenwich, 11 1812 

Lord Hood's Arms, King Street, n n 1822 

Mitre Tavern, Church Street, n 11 1825 

Erased in 1828. 



St. John's Hall, TivertOn, Devonshire 1767 

Vine Tavern, Gold Street, Tiverton 1767 

Phoenix Inn, Eore Street, n [ ] 

Lapsed, Last Registry 16 March 1798. 



King's Head Inn, East St., WeymOUth, Dorsetshire 1804 
Royal Hotel, Gloster Place, Weymouth 181 1 

Masonic Hall, Frederick Place, n 1816 



George, George Yard, Lombard Street, London 1767 
The Ship, Leadenhall Street, n 177° 

Erased in 1775. 



Plymouth and Devonport Inn, Exeter Street, 

LauneestOn, Cornwall 1767 
Erased 9 April 1783. 



General Wolfe, Plymouth Dock [now 

DeVOnpOPt], Devonshire 1783 
Erased i February 1786. 



Ship Centurion, Holywell St., Shoreditch, LondOn 1784 
Anchor and Crown, New Rag Fair, 

Upper East Smithfield, ,1 1787 

Three Crowns, East Smithfield, n 1789 

Marlborough Head, Fox Lane, Lower Shadwell,ri 1792 

Three Crowns, East Smithfield, 11 1796 

Golden Lion, Goodman Street, n 1799 

George, High Street, Lower Shadwell, ti 1803 

Waterman's Arms, Wapping, n 1807 

North Country Sailor, n 11 1808 

St. Luke's Head, Old Street, n 1809 

Star, Star Street, Shadwell, n 1809 

Sun and Sawyers, High Street, Poplar, n iSii 

White Swan, Wapping Dock, Wapping, n 1811 

Golden Key, Church Street, Bethnal Green, n 1812 

Ship, Norton Folgate, i' 1813 

Ship and Bells, Ratcliff Highway, n 1814 

Grave Morris, Whhechapel, n 1815 

Northumberland Arms, Shadwell Dock, n 1817 

Pitt's Head, Broad Street, Ratcliff, ,1 1821 

City of Quebec, St. James's Stairs, Shadwell, 1, 1823 

Duke of Wellington, Brook Street, Ratcliff, n 1825 

Ship, Shadwell, n 1827 

White Hart Inn, Borough, u 1830 

Crown and Cushion, London Wall, n 1831 

George and Vulture Tavern, Cornhill, n 1837 

Crown and Sceptre Tavern, Greenwich, u 1838 

Ship Hotel, Royal Hill, i> „ 1858 

London Coffee House, Ludgate Hill, n 1862 

Albion Tavern, Aldersgate Street, n 1867 

Ship Hotel, Royal Hill, Greenwich, n 1870 

Ship and Turtle Tavern, Leadenhall Street, m 1892 



Date of Warrant 
or Constitution. 



29 June 1784 



26 Dee. 1789 



24 Oct. 1767 

Constituted 
2 Nov. 1767. 



16 June 1804 

Warrant of 
Confirmation, 
23 March 1866. 

Centenary Warrant, 
7 Sept. 1867. 

27 Nov. 1767 



15 Dee. 1767 



1783 



1 Nov. 1784 

Centenary Warrant, 
31 Jan. 1885. 



1755 



408 



409 



410 



1770 



343 



344 



345 



1780 



267 



268 



1781 



268 



269 

A 



269 

B 



1792 



226 

A 



226 

B 



A 



226 

A 



226 

8 



227 



1814 



1832 



1863 



282 



283 



199 



170 



284 



200 



171 



i6o 



1894 



Name of Lodge. 



Lodge of Liberty, 

Named in 1770. 



Lodge of Friendship, 



Lodge of Friendship. 



Lodge of St, Amphibalus 



172 



Places of Meeting. 



Lodge of Concord, 1776, 

Operative Masons' 
Lodge, 1816. 

Old Concord Lodge, 

1820. 



Fir Tvee, near Whitechapel Church, 

Whitechapel, London 1767 

Castle, Long Alley, Moorfields, ip 1769 

River LeeTav., Limehouse Bridge, Limehouse.n 1770 
Lapsed. 



Green Man Inn, Great Ilford, London 1776 

Angel, 11 11 1782 

Golden Lion, High Street, 'RamiOi^^, Essex 1784 

Angel, 'Great Ilford, London 1786 

Erased 11 February 1789. 



Bull Inn, North Street, Barking, Essex 1807 

Erased 3 March 1830. 



Private Room, St. Albans, Hertfordshire 1767 

Lodge Room, London Colney, n 1775 

Erased iZ April r']']'] . ^^ Struck off. Co7isiiiution returned," 



White Lion, Church Street, Mansfield, 

Nottinghamshire 1768 
Erased 28 April 1775. 



See page i6i. 
Bahama Islands, West indies 1785 

" Granted and sent to Bahama Islands, Dec. 1785.'' 
Lapsed shortly ofterTnards, No Returns. 



North Devon Militia, 

In North Devon Militia 



Gosport, Hampshire 1812 
1814 



Described as " North Hants Militia," G. L. Pro. 2 Dec. 
1812. " Erratum in last quarterly Report. For No. 228, 
North Hants Militia, Gosport, read North Devon Militia." 
G. L. Pro. 3 March 1813. 

Erased 30 August 1821. 



Pon's Coffee House, Castle .Street, Leicester 



Fields, 



London 1764 



Is in Lists for 1765 to 1768, between the Nos. 323 and 325 
(7 Nov. and 15 Nov. 1764), without date. In 1769 the year 
*' 1768 " is inserted, and hence in the new enumeration of 1770, 
the Lodge was put considerably out of its proper place, with- 
out any_ apparent reason, inasmuch as its Constitution was 
duly paid for, 30 Jan. 1765. 

Swan, New Street, Covent Garden, London 1771 

Globe Tavern, Strand, „ 1790 

Two Angels & Crown, Little St. Martin's Lane,ii 1792 

White Lion, High Street, Bloomsbury, n 1794 

Two Angels & Crown, Little St. Martin's Lane,ir 1808 

Freemasons' Tavern, Great Queen Street, ,1 1812 

Two Angels & Crown, Little St. Martin's Lane,ii 1814 

Coach and Horses, New Compton Street, Soho,ii 1816 

Vernon's Head, North Audley Street, 1, 1820 

Burlington Arms, Old Burlington Street, m 1825 

Bazaar Coffee House, King St., Portman Square, u 1826 

Albemarle Arms, South Audley Street, 1, 1830 

Fitzroy Hotel, Charlotte Street, Rathbone Place, n 183 1 

Phcenix, Princes Street, Cavendish Square, n 1834 

Albion, Duke Street, Grosvenor Square, n 1836 

Grand Hotel, Covent Garden, 1, 1839 

Vernon's Head, North Audley Street, n 1843 

Malpas Arras, Charles St., Grosvenor Square, n 1845 

Freemasons' Tavern, Great Queen Street, n 1847 

Freemasons' Hall, ,1 „ 1865 



Date of Warrant 
or Constitution. 



15 Dee. 1767 



1776 



1807 



21 Dee. 1767 



8 Jan. 1768 



27 Jan. 1768 



2 March 1785 



31 Oct. 1812 



1755 



411 



412 



413 



414 



1764 
14 April 1768 

Centenary Warrant, 
4 Nov. 1873. 



324 



1770 



346 

A 



346 

B 



347 



348 



349 



1780 



269 



270 



1781 



270 



271 



1792 



227 

A 



227 

B 



228 



228 

A 



228 

B 



1814 



1832 



1863 



285 



286 



287 



201 



172 



i6i 



1894 Name of Lodge. 



Dominica Union Lodge. 



Mona Lodge, 

Named In 1784. 



Builders' Lodge. 



Union Lodge. 



9tli Lodge of India. 
Srd Lodge of India, 

1773- 



La Vietoire. 

' Le Victorie," 1768-78. 



Places of Meeting. 



Sun Lodge of 
Perpetual Friendship. 



Roseau, Island of Dominica, 

Lapsed about 1790. 



West Indies 1785 



Date of Warrant 
or Constitution. 



Lord Boston's Arms, Boston Street, Holyhead, 

Anglesey 1768 
Eagle and Child, Market Street, Holyhead 1769 

King's Head, n » 1784 

Erased 10 April 1799. 



Monmouth, Monmouthshire 1768 

Erased in 1773. " Ceased Meeting" Engraved on List. 



Duke of Northumberland's Head, Mile End, 



Old Town, 
White Lion, Shadwell Market, 



London 1768 
1769 



^'■Joined the Sun Lodged' MS. 1775 List. 
Erased 13 November itj6. 

See page 156. 
Marlborough Coffee House, Marlborough Street, 

London 1768 

Union Coffee House, Piccadilly, m 1769 

Erased in 1774. 



Patna (Bihar), Bengal, India 1768 

Not in List until 1770. 
Erased 10 February 1790. 



First Battalion Royal ArtlUeFy, Gibraltar 

(Malaga), Spain 1785 
Was at New Brunswiek, North America 1789 

Ordnance Arms, Beresford Square, Woolwich, 

London 1792 

New Barracks Tavern, Woolwich Common, 

Woolwich, 11 1794 

Red Lion, Mulgrave JPlace, Woolwich, n 1802 

Shakespeare's Coffee House, Powis St., n n 1808 

Edinburgh Castle, Samuel Street, n n 1809 

Barracks Tavern, Woolwich Common, n n 1810 

Red Lion, Mulgrave Place, 11 n 1814 

Royal Oak, n n n 1815 

General Abercrombie, Artillery Place, n n 1819 

Red Lion, Mulgrave Place, it m 1821 

United with No. 13 [No. 86 (A) 0/6 March 1761], 
I December 1826. 



16 May 1785 



25 Jan. 1768 



27 Jan. 1768 



8 Feb, 1768 



24 June 1767 



5 March 1768 



11 March 1768 



25 June 1785 



1755 



1770 



1780 



781 



1792 



1814 



1832 



1863 



229 



415 

414 

416 

417 
418 



350 



351 



352 



271 



272 



229 



353 



354 



272 



273 



230 



288 



City of Rotterdam, 



Holland 1768 



No return since 1781. Was kept on Register until 1813. 
Does not appear to have joined the G.L. of Holland. 



Castle Inn, Market Place, KingStOn-Upon- 

Thames, Surrey 1768 
Erased 28 April 1775. 



Sun [no trace of locality], Brlstol, Gloucestershire 1768 

Erased inx'j^Z. ^^ A complaint. Sold their Constn," 
MS. on 1768 List. 



See page 163. 



Sun, Ludgate Street, 
Crown and Anchor, New Street Square, 
Shoe Lane, 

Erased 12 April 1780. 



London 1768 



1771 



17 March 1768 

24 March 1768 

28 March 1768 

July 1768 
9 April 1768 



419 



420 



421 

A 



421 

B 

422 



355 



273 



274 



230 



356 



357 



21 



l62 



1894 



173 



174 



175 



Name of Lodge. 



Phoenix Lodge, 

Named in 1828. 

[Ceased working from 1792 
to March 1803.] 



Lodge of Sineepity 

A ^^ Masters' Lodge i^ 
1793-95- 



Jerusalem Lodge. 



East Medina Lodge, 

Named in 1818. 



Places of Meeting. 



Swan Inn, Blackman Street, Southwark, London 1785 

Griffin, Church Street, ,1 n 1789 

Cadogan Arms, Sloane Street, Chelsea, n 1803 

Three Compasses, High Holborn, n 1804 

Olive Branch, Gray's Inn Lane, m 1806 

Three Cups, Bedford Street, Red Lion Square, n 1807 

The George, Brook Street, Holborn, n 1809 

Wheatsheaf, Hand Court, 11 ir 1828 

Piazza Coffee House, Covent Garden, n 1837 

Freemasons' Tavern, Great Queen Street, m 1840 

Freemasons' Hall, n n 1865 



Golden Anchor, Artichoke Lane, Virginia 

Street, London 1768 

White Lion, Princes Stairs, Rotherhithe, n 1784 

Old Bull's Head, Rotherhithe St., Bermondsey,ii 1785 

White Lion, Princes Stairs, Rotherhithe, 11 1788 

Jamaica House, Rotherhithe St., Bermondsey, n 1790 

Red Lion, Horsleydown Lane, n 1796 

Gregorian Arms, Jamaica Road, Bermondsey, ip 1796 

Ship on the Wall, Bermondsey, n 1800 
lion and Castle, Cherry Garden Stairs, 

Bermondsey, n 1801 

Jamaica House Tavern, Bermondsey, ir 1814 

King's Arms, Elephant Stairs, Rotherhithe, n 1837 

Angel, Platform, n >i 1838 

Private Room, 144 High Street, Wapping, ir 1839 

White Swan, Wapping Dock, n m 1840 

Tower Shades, Tower Hill, n 1841 
Green Man and Bell, Dark House Lane, 

Lower Thames Street, n 1841 
London and St. Katherine's Dock Hotel, 

Upper East Smithfield, n 1845 

Crooked Billet Tavern, Tower Hill, „ 1848 

Cheshire Cheese Tavern, Crutched Friars, n 1S56 

Guildhall Tavern, Gresham Street, n 1869 



Rupert Street, Leicester Fields, London 

White Hart, Berwick Street, Soho, 1, 

Cross Keys Tavern, End of St. Martin's 

Lane, Strand, 
King's Arms, High Holborn, 
Sugar Loaf, Great Queen Street, Lincoln's 

Inn Fields, 
Horseshoe and Magpie, Holies Street, Clare 

Market, 
King Street Coffee House, Golden Square, 
Erased 19 Novejjiber 1783. 



768 
1770 

1772 
1774 

1778 

1778 
1779 



Reeton's Hanoverian Brigade, New Yoplc 

(New York), U.S. of America l-]%(> 

Never j/tade a Return. Is notedin Akiman Rezon 1804, 
1807, and 1813. 



Bugle Inn, The Esplanade, Ryde, Isle of Wight, 

Hampshire 
Yelfs Hotel [Ryde Hotel], Union Street, Ryde 
Vine Inn, Castle Street, „ 

Yelfs Hotel, Union Street, „ 

Erased 5 March 1828, hut reinstated. 
Private Room, 5 Brigstock Terrace, 
Pier Hotel [site of Bugle Inn], The Esplanade, 
Free School, Melville Street, 
Town Hall, Lind Street, 
Sheridan's Hotel, Union Street, 
Pier Hotel, The Esplanade, 
Town Hall, Lind Street, 
Pier Hotel, The Esplanade, 
Masonic Hall, John Street, 



1813 
1817 
1819 
1819 

1830 
1831 
1831 
1831 

1835 
1836 
1844 
1844 



Date of Warrant 
or Constitution. 



26 Sept. 1785 



23 April 1768 

Warrant of 
Confirmation,- 
26 Dec. 1849. 

Centenary Warrant, 
t6 Dec. i86q. 



12 May 1768 



1786 



8 Sept, 1813 

Constituted 
26 Oct. 1813. 



1755 



1770 



1780 



[781 



1792 



231 



1814 



289 



1832 



202 



1863 



173 



423 



358 



274 



275 



231 



290 



203 



174 



424 



359 



275 



276 



232 

A 



232 

B 



291 



204 



175 



[ i63 ] 



1894 



176 



177 



178 



Name of Lodge. 



Caveae Lodge, 

Named in 1778. 



Domatie Lodge. 



Constant Union. 



10th Lodge of India. 
4th Lodge of Bengal, 

1773- 



Union Lodge. 



Ancient Royal Areh 
Lodge, I78S- 

Lodge of Antiquity, 

1841. 



Places of Meeting. 



Windsor Castle Tavern, King Street, 

Hammersmith, London 1768 

Bell and Anchor, Hammersmith, n 1772 

Angel, King Street West, r n 1786 

Coffee House, Broadway, n n 1823 

Windsor Castle Tavern, King Street, 11 n 1833 

Royal Sussex Hotel, Broadway, n n 1836 

Belland Anchor, Hammersmith Road, u n 1839 

Anderson's Hotel, Kensington, n 1849 

Star and Garter Hotel, Kew Bridge, Ealing, 11 1856 

Crown and Sceptre Tavern, Greenwich, n 1862 

Radley's Hotel, Bridge Street, Blackfriars, m 1866 

Westminster Palace Hotel, Westminster, n 1872 

The Albion Tavern, Aldersgate Street, !■ 1874 



Kingston (Kingston, Surrey), Jamaica, 

W^st Indies 1 786 

Lafsed shortly a/terwards, but is noted in Ahinian Kezon 
1804, 1807, and 1813. It dropped off the Jamaica Roll 
before 1795. 



Twenty-foupth Regiment of Foot (General 

Cornwallis), GibFaltaP (Malaga), Spain 1768 

Was kept on the List until 1813, but never paid anything. 



Ship Tavern, Little Turnstile, Holborn, London 1785 

Met from 21 December 1785, by dispensation, 
as a Lodge of Operative Masons. 

French Horn, High Holborn, n 1787 

Sun, Gate Street, Lincoln's Inn Fields, n 1787 

Plough, Queen Street, Bloomsbury, n 1790 

Robin Hood, Gray's Inn Lane, n 1791 

Pea Hen, Gray's Inn Lane, n 1791 

Six Cans, Little Turnstile, Holborn, „ 1791 

Coach and Horses, High Holborn, n 1800 

Hercules Pillars, Great Queen Street, n 1813 

Dover Castle, Weymouth Mews, Portland Place,ii 1819 

The George, Brook Street, Holborn, 11 1820 

Half Moon & Stars, Stanhope St. , Clare Market, ,1 1 832 

Red Lion, Houghton Street, n n 1833 

Pewter Platter, Charles Street, Hatton Garden, n 1837 

Green Dragon, Fleet Street, n 1844 

Falcon Tavern, Fetter Lane, n 1845 

Anderton's Hotel, Fleet Street, u 1864 



Ghent (East Flanders), Belgium 1768 

Was kept on Register until 1813, but the Emperor of 
Austria closed all L-jdges in Belgium and Flanders, except 
three in Brussels, in 1786. 



At the Factory at BuPdwan, Bengal, India 1768 

Took the place of Lodge at Bristol, No. 42;, then vacant, 

in 1768, and was put in its proper position in 1770. 

Erased 10 February 1790. . 



Island of St. Christophep, 

Erased in 1769. 



West Indies 1768 



Castle Inn, High Street [now Marlborough 

College], MaPlbOPOUgh, Wiltshire 1768 
Erased 5 February 1777. 



Queen's Head, Market Place, Wigan, Lancashire 1786 

Eagle and Child Inn, Standishgate, Wigan 1852 

Royal Hotel (same place, name altered), n 1867 

Masonic Hall, Leader's Buildings, King Street, i, 1877 



Date of Warrant 
or Constitution. 



21 May 1768 

Centenary Warnint, 
3 Nov. 1868. 



7 Feb. 1786 



11 June 1768 



7 Feb. 1786 

Constituted 

21 Dec. 1785. 

Centenary Warrant, 

8 Feb. 1886. 



July 1768 



July 1768 



July 1768 



July 1768 



26 May 1786 

Constituted 

21 June 1786. 

Centenary Warrant, 

26 May 1886. 



1755 



425 



1770 



360 



1780 



276 



1781 



277 



1792 



232 



1814 



292 



1832 



205 



1863 



176 



233 



426 



361 



277 



278 



233 



234 



293 



206 



177 



427 



421 

B 



362 



363 



278 



279 



279 



234 



280 



428 



429 



364 



235 



294 



207 



178 



[ i64 ] 



1894 



Name of Lodge. 



Godolphln Lodge, 

Named in 1783. 



179 



Manchester Lodge, 

Named in 1777. 



Hirsel Lodge, 

Named in 1814. 



Lodge of Perfect Union, 



Lodge of Unanimity, 

Named in 1818. 



Loge L'Esperance. 



Places of Meeting. 



St. Mary's Island, Seilly Islands, Cornwall 1768 

Erased 3 December 185T. 



King's Arms, Blaclcwall, 

Erased in 1776. 



London 1768 



Chafles Town [Charleston], South 

Carolina, U.S. of America 1786 

No entry after 1786. G. L. of South Carolina (Ancients) 
was formed 24 March 1787. Retained on Lists in Ahiinan 
Rezon 1804, 1807, rtwff 1813. 



Grange Inn, Carey Street, Lincoln's Inn Fields, 

London 

Crown, Essex Street, Strand, h 

Two Brewers, Wych Street, St. Clements, n 

Swan, Butcher Row, Temple Bar, n 

Crown, St. Dunstan's Pa.ssage, Fleet Street, n 
Nott's Coffee House, Butcher Yard, Temple Bar,ii 

Maidenhead, Ram Court, Fleet Street, n 

Sun, Clement's Inn Foregate, Strand, n 

Salutation Tavern, Newgate Street, n 

Globe Tavern, Fleet Street, n 

Horn Tavern, Doctors' Commons, n 

Hope and Mitre Tavern, Fleet Street, n 

Crown and Anchor Tavern, Strand, m 

King of Prussia, Fair Street, Horsleydown, n 

Brown Bear Tavern, Bridge St., Southwark, n 

White Horse, Union Street, m m 

Tire Pheasant, Stangate, Lambeth, 11 

Brown Bear, Bridge Street, Southwark, n 

Falcon Tavern, Fetter Lane, n 

Old Red Lion, Bridge Street, Lambeth, n 
Albion Tavern, Surrey Street, Warwick 

Square, Pimlico, n 

Gun Tavern, Lupus Street, Pimlico, n 

Anderton's Hotel, Fleet Street, n 



1768 
1774 
1777 
1783 
1789 

1793 
1797 
1800 
1809 
1813 
1814 
1817 
1818 
1830 
1835 
1837 



1846 



1855 
1856 
1857 



Seventeenth Regiment of Foot, 

Chatham, Kent 1787 

Lapsed ahout 1792, hut is in Ahiman Rezon 1804 and 1807. 



Berwickshire Regiment of Militia, 

Woodbridge, Suffolk 1811 

No Entries after 1814. Erased in 1820. 



In His Sicilian Majesty's Regiment 

of Foot, Naples (Naples), Italy \'jb% 

Was retained on tlie Engli-sh Register until 1813. It had, 
however, affiliated with the National G. L. of the Two 
Sicilies in 1776, and in all probability expired about 1783. 



Swan with Two Necks, Water Street, Chorley, 



Joiners' Arms, Market Street, 
King's Arms, Bolton Street, 
Joiners' Arms, Market Street, 
Angel Inn \iinkn(nvn\ 
Red Lion, Market Street, 

Erased $ September 1838. 



Turk's Head, Gerrard Street, Soho, London 1768 

King's Head, n n ,, 1770 

Turk's Head, n n n 1777 

King's Arms, Grafton Street, n ,, 1778 

Thatched House Tavern, St. James's Street, m 1785 

United with " Loge des Amis Rejaiis,*' No. no {No. 254, of 
14 December 1754I, in 1799. 



Date of 'Warrant 
or Constitution. 



13 July 1768 



13 Sept. 1768 



26 May 1786 



30 Oct. 1768 

Warrant of 
Confirmation, 
29 June 1835. 

Centenary "Warrant, 
14 Nov. 1868. 



24 Jan. 1787 



28 Mareli 1811 



Lancashire 1787 


17 Feb. 1787 


Chorley 1797 
II 1806 


Constituted 
I March 1787. 


II 1807 
II 1814 
II 1818 





1768 



175s 



430 



431 



432 



433 



1768 



434 



1770 



865 



366 



367 



368 



369 



[780 



280 



281 



282 



1781 



281 



282 



283 



283 



1792 



235 



236 



237 



284 238 



236 



237 

A 



237 

B 



238 



1814 



1832 



1863 



295 



208 



296 



209 



179 



297 



298 



210 



[ i6s ] 



1894 



180 



Name of Lodge. 



St. James' Union 
Lodge, 

Named in 1817. 



181 



Queen Charlotte's 
Lodge, 1780. 

Universal Lodge, 

1798. 



Koyal Grove Lodge, 

Named in 1816. 



Sun Lodge. 



Places of Meeting. 



Bull's Head, Princes Street, Westminster, London 1787 

Star and Garter, Old Palace Yard, n n 1787 

King's Head, lews Row, Chelsea, n 1789 

Orange Coffee House, Queen Street, 11 n 1793 

Rose and Crown, Sloane Street, n 11 1793 

King's Arms, Sloane Square, n pi 1800 

Cross Keys, Battersea Bridge Road, Kattersea, n 1800 

II Lawrence Street, Chelsea, n l8oi 

II Sloane Street, n n 1802 

M Lawrence Street, n n 1805 

King's Head, Wooden Bridge, n n 1812 

The Goat, Pall Mall, 11 1814 

Union Tavern, Jerm'yn Street, Piccadilly, n 1815 

Red Lion, Old Cavendish Street, Oxford Street, h 1824 

United with'"- Lodge of Good Intent" No. 479 
{No. 477, 0/^0 Aug. 1785], in 1826. 

Old Chesterfield Arms, Shepherds' Market, 

Mayfair, n 1826 

Red Lion, Old Cavendish Street, Oxford Street,.. 1829 

Golden Lion, Wardour Street, Soho, n 1831 

Green Man, Berwick Street, n m 1833 

Royal Oak, York Street, Marylebone, n 1842 

Lord High Admiral, New Church Street, m .. 1845 

Westmorland Arms, George St. , Portman Square, n 1 847 

Freemasons' Tavern, Great Queen Street, n 1857 

Freemasons' Hall, n n 1865 



Coachmakers' Arms, Noble Street, Falcon 

Square, London 1768 

Castle and Falcon Tavern, Aldersgate Street, n 1 77S 

Queen's Arms, Newgate .Street, n 1780 

Coachmakers' Arms, Noble Street, Falcon Sq.,M 1781 

White Bear, Basinghall Street, n 1 788 

Coachmakers' Arms, Hosier Lane, West 

Smithfield, n 1790 

Ashley's London Punch House, Ludgate Hill, n 1795 

Gun Tavern, Mile End, n 1798 

Rose and Bell, Bankside, Southwark, m 1801 

St. John's Head, Holland St., Blackfriars Road, n 1804 
Gentleman and Porter, New Street Square, 

Shoe Lane, n 1807 

Swan Tavern, Fish Street Hill, n 18 10 

Queen's Arms Tavern, Cheapside, n 1828 

George and Vulture Tavern, Cornhill, n 1834 

White Conduit Tavern, Barnsbury Road, 

Pentonville, n 1843 

George and Vulture Tavern, Cornhill, n 1848 

Freemasons' Tavern, Great Queen Street, n 1850 

Freemasons' Hall, n n 1865 

Regent Masonic Hall, Cafe Royal, Regent St., 11 1893 



The Pheasant, Stangate, Lambeth, London 1787 

Last Entry June 1790. 



Jolly, Miller, Mill Bank St., Westminster, London 1790 

King's Arms, Abingdon Street, n n 1793 

Marquis of Granby, Vine Street, n n 1796 

Star and Garter, Old Palace Yard, ti n i 797 

Holme's King's Arms, New Round Court, 

Strand, n 1798 

Axe and Gate, Downing Street, Westminster, n 1799 

George Tavern, Drury Lane, n 1800 

Percy Arms, Church Court, Strand, n 1801 

George Tavern, Drury Lane, 11 1803 

Globe, South Molton Street, Oxford Street, 1, 1805 

Coach and Horses, Brewer St., Golden Square,ii 1805 

Lord Cochrane, Spring Gardens, Charing Cross, 1. 18 10 

Queen's Head, Crown Court, Princes St., Soho,M 1813 

Three Doves, Berwick Street, n n 1827 

Green Man, 11 ti n 1830 

Erased -2 March 1836. 



Flushing (Province ofZealand), Holland 1769 

Erasedin 1813. Nothing Tnore is known of the Lodge. 



Date of Warrant 
or Constitution. 



9 March 1787 

Centenary Warrant, 
2 Jan. 1888. 



1755 



1770 



1780 



26 Nov. 1768 

Constituted 
30 Nov. 1768. 

Centenary Warrant, 
26 Nov. 1868. 



10 Oct. 1787 



1 Dee. 1790 



3 Feb. 1769 



485 



486 



370 



371 



1781 



1792 



239 



1814 



299 



1832 



211 



1863 



180 



284 



285 



285 



286 



239 



240 



240 

A 



240 

B 



300 



212 



181 



301 



213 



1 66 



1894 



183 



184 



Name of Lodge. 



St. John's Lodge, 

Named in 1814. 



Lodge of Hope. 



Lodge of Hope. 

Named in 1793. 



Lodge of Happiness. 

Named in 1780. 



Lodge of Unity, 

Named in 1770. 



Royal IVIarine Lodge, 

1819. 

Globe Lodge, 1820. 

United Globe Lodge, 

1824. 

United Chatham Lodge, 

1825. 

United Chatham 

Lodge of 

Benevolence, 

1845. 



Royal George Lodge. 



Places of Meeting. 



Royal Regiment of Artillery, Quebec, 

Lower Canada^ Qitehec 17S8 

Merchants' Coffee House, n 1791 

British Coffee House, n 1792 

Masonic Hall, h 1814 
Erased in 1870. 

Canada heca?ne an Independent G. L. x^July 1858. 
Now No. 3 on Reg. of G. L. of Quebec. 

Queen's Head, Marylebone, London 1769 

Erasedin t.-jj\. 



Three Tuns, HighSt., StOUFbrldge, Worcestershire 1775 
Crown, High Street, Stourbridge 1793 

Star Inn, n m 1801 

Crown, II II 1802 

Erased^ March 1828. 



White Lion and Frying Pan, Southwark, London 1769 

Maze Pond Punch House, Maze Pond, I r n 1777 

Saracen's Head, Camomile St., Bishopsgate St. ,11 1779 

Ship Tavern, Ratcliff Cross, n 1780 

Erased 10 April 1782. 



Exeter Inn, Fore St., Teignmouth, Dei-onshire 1769 

Is noted as at same place in all G. L. Calendars to 1785, 
but in List published byR. Trewman, Exeter, 1777, it is stated 
to meet at the " Globe Inn, Teignmouth." 
Erased i February T786. 



White Swan, facing Old Gravel Lane, Ratcliff 

Highway, London 1769 

Erased {^^ Struck off") in tj-js- 



Nassau (New Providence), Bahama 

Islands, West Indies 1787 

Webster's Tavern, Nassau 1794 

Freemasons' Hall, ,1 1804 

No Returns after 1814. Erased in 1828. 



London 



Ship Tavern, Ratcliff Cross, 

Vine Tavern, Broad Street, Ratcliff, 

King Henry'sHead, Red Lion St. , Whitechapel, 

White Horse Inn, Friday Street, Cheapside, 

New London Tavern, n 

Horn Tavern, Doctors' Commons, 

Two Blue Posts, Charlotte St., Rathbone Place 

Horn Tavern, Doctors' Commons, 

George and Vulture Tavern, Cornhill, 

Gerard's Hall Tavern, Basinghall Street, 

London Tavern, Bishopsgate Street, 

Ship and Turtle Tavern, Leadenhall Street, 



Crown and Thistle, High Street, Chatham, Kent 
Mitre Tavern, Globe Lane, Chatham 

Globe Tavern, u ,, 

Chest Arms Tavern, High Street, „ 

United with*' Hoyat Marine Lodge,'' No. 328 [No. 260 
(A) ^15 Dec. 1812], and also with " Lodge 0/ Harmony^ 
No. 403 {No. 318 (A) o/2i Feb. 1799], in 1824. 

Castle Tavern, High Street, Chatham 

Sun Tavern, u ,, 

City Coffee Llouse, High Street, Rochester, LCent 
Chest Arms Tavern, ,1 Chatham 

Sun Tavern, 1, ,, 

Army and Navy Llotel, The Brook, „ 

Golden Lion Inn, High St, Old Brompton, Kent 
Assembly Rooms, Westcourt Street, Old Brompton 
Masonic Temple, Park St.,NewBrompton,/£'^K/ 



1769 
1779 
1782 
1804 
1806 
1807 
1831 
1837 
1839 
1851 

1851 
1876 



17S7 
1803 
1808 
1819 



1824 
1825 

1837 
1838 
1840 
1852 
1856 
1870 
1889 



[Place unknown] 'SQ'WtOTl k\i\iOt, Devonshire 1769 

Oxford Inn, Bank Street, Newton Abbot 1802 

Lapsed about 1803. 



Date of Warrant 
or Constitution. 



22 Oct. 1787 

Constituted 

at Quebec, 

30 May 1788. 

Warrant of 
Confirmation, 
24 June 1852. 



6 Feb. 1769 



1775 



1 March 1769 



24 March 1769 



4 April 1769 



29 Nov. 1787 



11 April 1769 

Warrant of 

Confirmation, 
13 May 1816. 

Centenary Warrant, 
22 April 1881. 



13 Dec. 1787 

Warrant of 

Confirmation and 

Consolidation, 

17 April 1824. 

Another Warrant of 
Confirmation, 
24 July 1833. 

Centenary Warrant, 
14 Feb. 1888. 



20 April 1769 442 



'755 



437 



438 



439 



440 



441 






1770 



1780 



372 

A 



372 

B 



373 



374 



375 



376 



377 



286 



287 



288 



289 



290 291 



.781 



1792 



287 



288 



289 



290 



241 



242 



243 

A 



1814 



1832 



1863 



241 



302 



214 



182 



303 



242 



304 



305 



216 



183 



243 



306 



216 



184 



[ i67 ] 



185 



186 



Name of Lodge. 



Royal George Lodge. 



Lodge of 
Tranquillity, 

Named in 1816. 



Beaufort Lodge. 



Britannia Lodge of 
Industry. 1819. 

Lodge of Industry, 

1821. 

Warrant suspended 23 Nov. 
1808, "for having entered, 
passed, and raised a Black- 



Places of Meeting. 






George Inn, South Street, Bridport, Doisetshire 1804 

Greyhound, East Street, Bridport 1820 
Erased in 1832. 

Anacreon Coffee House, Great Russell St., London 1787 

Golden Lion, Fore Street, n 1789 

Ipswich Arms, Lower Thames Street, i> 1790 

Mail Loach, Sherborne Lane, Lombard Street, n 1 791 

Rose, Rose Alley, Bishopsgate Street, n 1791 

Rose and Crown, n n 1792 

White Hart and Lamb, n n 1793 
White Horse, Bartholomew Lane, Royal 

Exchange, n 1793 

Anacreon Coffee House, Great Russell Street, n 1794 
White Horse, Bartholomew Lane, Royal 

Exchange,* ti 1794 

Crown and Anchor, Leadenhall Street, n 1795 

Dolphin, Ludgate Hill, 11 1797 

Ipswich Arms, Lower Thames Street, it 1799 

-Ship and Star, Minories, 11 1807 

Angel, John Street, Minories, u 1810 

White Hart, Abchurch Lane, n 1825 

George and Vulture Tavern, Cornhill, n 1836 

Piazza Coffee House, Covent Garden, ir 1841 

Freemasons' Tavern, Great Queen Street, n 1847 

George and Vulture Tavern, Cornhill, n 1849 
Bridge House Hotel, London Bridge, 

Southwark, 11 1855 

Radley's Hotel, Bridge Street, Blackfriars, n i860 

City Terminus Hotel, Cannon Street, n 1 87 1 

Anderton's Hotel, Fleet Street, n 1877 

Guildhall Tavern, Gresham Street, n 1878 



Star Tavern, Cross St. , Swansea, Glamorganshire 1796 

Mackworth Arms, Wind Street, Swansea 1797 

Lamb Inn, High Street, n 1801 

Erased 10 February 1809. 



Black Friar, Playhouse Yard, Blackfriars, London 1788 

George and Crown, Broad Street, Bloomsbury, n 1789 

Duke's Head, Phoenix Alley, Long Acre, n 1791 

Black Horse, Boswell Court, Carey Street, 11 1792 

Phoenix Court, Long Acre, n 1793 

Grapes, Wardour Street, Soho, n 1793 

Sun, Great Windmill Street, Haymarket, n 1794 

Bull and Ram, Old Street, n 1795 

Britannia, Golden Lane, Barbican, n 1798 

White .Swan, Whitecross Street, 11 1803 

Clare Court, Drury Lane, n 1804 

White Swan, Whitecross Street, h 1805 

Britannia, Golden Lane, Barbican, n 1806 

St. Luke's Head, Old Street, „ 1 8 10 

Princess Royal, Paul Street, Finsbury, 11 181 1 

Bell, Noble Street, Falcon Square, n 1815 

The Britannia, Hoxton Street, Hoxton, n l8l5 
Duke of Gloucester, Seabright Street, 

Bethnal Green, n 1825 

Panther, Hope Town, Bethnal Green Road, n 1827 

Sun, Great Sutton Street, Clerkenwell, w 1830 

Britannia, Golden Lane, Barbican, n 1 831 

I^ock and Key, West Smithfield Road, 11 1833 

Ship Tavern, Little Turnstile, Holborn, n 1834 

Hercules Pillars, Great Queen Street, n 1838 

Grand Hotel, Covent Garden, 11 1839 

Three Tuns, Chancery Lane, n 1841 

Grand Hotel, Covent Garden, n 1843 
Northumberland Arms, (Jreat Russell Street, 

Covent Garden. n 1844 
Round Table Tavern, St. Martin's Court, 

Leicester Square, n 1846 
Swan Tavern and Lord Dover Hotel, 

Hungerford Market, \\ 1848 

Dick's Coffee House, Fleet Street, n 1855 

Freemasons' Hall, Great Queen Street, n 1866 

Mason's Hall, Mason's Avenue, Basinghall St.,ii 1872 

2 Westminster Chambers, Victoria Street, 11 1875 

Freemasons' Hall, Great Queen Street, n 1878 



Date of Warrant 
or Constitution. 



23 Feb. 1804 



20 Dee. 1787 

Constituted same day 

Centenary Warrant, 
23 March 18S8. 



24 April 1769 



15 Jan. 1788 

Centenary Warrant, 
16 Jan. 1888. 



1755 



443 



1770 



378 



1780 



291 



1781 



292 



1792 



243 

B 



244 



244 



1814 



307 



308 218 



1832 



217 



245 



309 



1863 



185 



219 



186 



1 68 



1894 



Name of Lodge. 



Well Chosen Lodge. 



Lodge of Freedom. 



Lodge of Virtue. 

Freemasons' Hall Medal 



187 



Benevolent Lodge, 

Named in 1804. 



Inflexible Lodge, 

Named in 1786. 



Places of Meeting. 



Naples (Naples), 



Italy \'](ii) 



In 1776 it affiliated with tlie National G. L, of the Two 
Sicilies ; and probably ceased about 1783. Was not erased 
from English Register until 1813. 



[Place unknown'] Dudley, Worcestershire 1 788 
Hen and Chickens, Castle Street and New Street, 

Dudley 1790 

Green Dragon, King Street, n 1812 

(Ireen Dragon, Park Lane, Tipton, Staffordshire 1813 
Erased 5 March 182S. 



Lodge of Hospitality, 

Old Sea Captains' Lodge 
of Hospitality, 1805. 

Royal Sussex Lodge 
of Hospitality, 

1814. 



Saddlers' Arms, Stall Street, Bath, Somersetshire 



Queen's Head Tavern, Cheap Street, 
York House, York Buildings, 
White Lion, Market Place, 
Bird Cage Tavern \iinknow}t\y 
Gloucester Inn, Southgate Street, 
Argyle Coffee House, Argyle Street, 
Castle Inn, Northgate Street, 
Freemasons' Hall, York Street, 
Erased in 1831. 



Bath 



1769 
1775 
1783 
1788 
1799 
1801 
1806 
1809 
1819 



St. John's (St. John's), Newfoundland, 

North America 1788 
London Tavern, St. John's, Neviffoundland 1796 

Last paytncnt iZi^. Erased iniZ^i. 



King's Head, High Street, Merton, London 1769 

Nag's Head, Upper Green, Mitcham, m 1773 

White Hart, Broadway, n n 1786 

Erased^ Eebruary 1811. 



Seventy-sixth Regiment, Chatham Barracks, 

Chatham, Kent 1788 
At the East Indies 1802 

At Lincoln, Lincolnshire 1804 

II Nottingham, Nottinghamshire 1806 

11 Jersey, Channel islands 1807 

II Ipswieh, Suffolk 1810 

n Fermoy, Cork, Ireland 181 1 

In the Seventy-sixth Regiment 181 3 

Erased 5 March 1828. 



Shakespeare Tavern, King Street, Bristol, 

Gloucestershire 1 769 
Lamb Inn, Broadraead, Bristol 177 1 



Old Crow, College Green, 

Goat, on the Quay, 

Assembly Coffee House, on the Quay, 

George Inn, Castle Street, 

Unitcdwith " Sea Captains* Lodge," No. 445 {q/i'jZz), 
17 August 1788. 

Bush Tavern, Corn Street, 

London Inn and Talbot Tavern, Bath Street, 

Freemasons' Hall, Broad Quay, 

II Bridge Street, 

11 Park Street, 



1773 
1777 
1785 
1786 



1788 
1796 
i8r3 
1818 
1872 



Bacchus, King Street, Halifax, Yorkshire 1769 

Erased 9 April 1783. 



Town or Garrison of St. John's (St. John's), 

Newfoundland, North America 1788 
Lapsed in 1804. 



Date of Warrant 
or Constitution. 



26 April 1769 



26 Feb. 1788 



6 June 1769 



Mareh 1788 



28 June 1769 



25 March 1788 



12 Aug. 1769 

Warrant of 
Confirmation, 
24 Dec, 1819. 

Centenary Warrant, 
3 June 1874. 



1755 



444 



445 



446 



447 



18 Aug. 1769 



31 March 1788 



1770 



379 



380 



381 



382 



1780 



292 



293 



294 



295 



448 



383 



1781 



293 



294 



295 



296 



1792 



245 



246 



247 



248 



246 



247 



248 



1814 



1832 



310 



311 



312 



220 



313 



296 



297 



249 

A 



314 



221 



187 



[ i69 ] 



1894 



Name of Lodge. 



Prinee Edwin's Lodge, 

Named in 1806. 



St. Peter's Lodge, 

Named in 1791. 



Plaeentia Lodge, 

Named in 1806. 



Britannia Lodge. 
No. 1 Sweden. 



Phoenix Lodge. 
No. 2, Sweden. 



St. George's Lodge. 
No. 3, Sweden, 



Places of Meeting. 



Wliite Hart Inn, Thorofare, Woodbridge, A'^oA 1804 
Horse and Groom, Melton Street, Melton, <i 1812 
White Lion Inn, Broad Street, Eye, 11 1818 

Erased s September 1838. 



The Horns, Gutter I.ane, Cheapside, London 1769 

Three Johns, Tooley Street, Southwark, n 1771 

Two Giants, Church Street, .1 u 1774 

Cross Keys, Shad Thames, n 1791 

King's Head, Walworth Road, Walworth, n 1793 

Kockingham Arms Inn, Newington Butts, n 1805 

White Horse Inn, Friday Street, Cheapside, u 1817 
Last return 1814. Erased 3 March 1830. 

In W. Finch's List of 1814, the Lodge is stated to meet at 
" Private Rooms, Bro. W. Finch's, No. 5 Charlotte Place, 
New Cut, Lower Marsh, Lambeth," 



Plaeentia (Plaeentia), Newfoundland, 

North America 
Erased in 1815. 



Stoekholm (Svealand), 

Not in List until 1769. 
Erased in 1813. 



Sweden 1765 



Ship and Whale, Wapping Wall, Wapping, 

London 1788 

George and Vulture, Lower Shadwell, n 1792 

Sugar I,oaf, Great St. Helens, n 1797 

Rose Tavern, Rose Alley, Bishopsgate Street, n 1800 

Red Lion, Old Bethlem, „ 1801 

Red Lion, Barbican, n 1803 

Crown, Bridgewater Square, Barbican, n 1803 

French Horn, Crutched Friars, n 1806 

Suspended 18 November 1807. 

" Late at the French Horn, Crutched Friars, suspended 
for unmasonic conduct." Akiman Rezon 1813. 



Stoekholm (Svealand), Sweden 1767 

Not in List until 1769. 

Removed to HelslngforS, in Finland, 1777. 

Left .the jurisdiction of Sweden when Finland was 
incoiporated with Russia, in which country all Lodges were 
closed in 1822 by Imperial decree. 

Erased in 1813. 



Twenty-third Regiment of Foot (Royal 

Welsh Fusileers), Chatham, Kent 1788 

At Southampton, Hampshire 1799 

M Battle Barracks, Battle, Sussex 1800 

ir Plymouth Dock (now Devonport), 

Devonshire 1800 
M Parkhurst Barracks, NewpOPt, Isle of Wight, 

Hampshire 1804 
II Barracks, Colehester, Essex 1806 

Twenty-third Regiment or Royal Fusileers 1813 

Erased in 1822. 



Gothenburg (Gothland), 



Not in List until 1769. 
Erased in 1813. 



Sweden 1768 



22 



Date of Warrant 
or Constitution. 



21 May 1804 



1769 



2 May 1788 



7 Aug. 1765 



12 June 1788 



9 Nov. 1767 



29 Aug. 1788 



1755 



449 



450 



451 



1770 



384 



385 



386 



780 



297 



298 



299 



1781 



298 



299 



1792 



249 



250 



249 

B 



250 



251 



1814 



1832 



1863 



315 



222 



316 



317 



300 251 



Aug. 1768 



4^2 



387 



300 



301 



252 



252 



318 



I70 



188 



189 



Name of Lodge. 



Lodge of Joppa, 

Named in 1816. 



Lodge of Harmony. 



Lodge of Sincerity. 



Places of Meeting. 



London 



Globe, Hatton Garden, 

St. Luke's Head, Old Street, 

George, Liverpool Road, Hoxton, 

Ivy House, St. John's Road, Hoxton, 

Buffalo Tavern, Bloomsbury, 

Fountain, Minories, 

Queen's Arms, Newgate Street, 

Three Kings, Minories, 

Sugar Loaf, Great St. Helens, 

White Hart, Bethnal Green Road, 

Ten Hells, Church Street, Spitalfields, 

Red Lion, Holywell Lane, Shoreditch, 

Sun, Great Sutton Street, Clerkenwell, 

Ten Bells, Church Street, Spitalfields, 

Star and Garter, Whitechapel Road, 

Paul's Head Court, Fenchurch Street, 

Sugar Loaf, Great St. Helens, 

Green Man, Mansel Street, Goodman's Fields, 

Green Man, Somerset Street, Whitechapel, 

Golden Camel, Minories, 

Mitre Tavern, Mitre Street, Aldgate, 

George Tavern, St. Mary Axe, 

Mitre Tavern, Mitre Street, Aldgate, 

Swan Tavern, Swan Street, Minories, 

George and Vulture Tavern, Cornhill, 

King's Head Tavern, Poultry, 

Private Rooms, 39 Finsbury Square, 

White Hart Tavern, Bishopsgate Street, 

The Albion Tavern, Aldersgate Street, 

Freemasons' Tavern, Great Queen Street, 



1789 
17S9 
1792 

1793 
1794 
1796 

1797 
1797 

1798 
1800 
i8ot 
1802 
1803 
1803 
1804 
1806 
1809 
1810 
1814 
1815 
18.7 
1821 
1823 
1825 

1S39 
1851 
1852 
1853 
1855 



Star Inn, Watergate Street, CheSteP, Cheshire 1769 

The Swan, High Street, Neston, m 1769 

Black Bull, Parkgate Street, Neston 1771 

Golden Lion, High Street, n 1776 

" Constituted on Tuesdaylast atthe Star Inn, in Watergate 
Street, in this City, to be held at the Swan, in Great Neston, 
near Park Gate." Chester Courant, 24 Jan. 1769. 

Erased 6 February 1811. 



The Horn Tavern, Doctors' Commons, London 1769 

United with " Castle Lod^e" No. 21 \_No. 38 of 22 /an, 
1725], in 1776. 



Cross Keys, Cornmarket, Coekepmouth, 

Cumberland 1789 
No Records after 1789. 

No. 254 appears in Calendar 1800 and in Ahiman Rezons 
1804 and 1813, as at " Cross Keys, Cockermouth." Is Blank 
in Ahiman Rezon 1807. 



Three Crowns, New Quay, Plymouth, Devonshire 
Mitre Inn, Woolster Street, Plymouth 

Rose and Crown, Old Town Street, n 

Peace and Fame, Fore Street, Plymouth Dock 

[now DeVOnpOPt], Devonshire 
Phoenix Inn, Fore Street, Plymouth Dock 

Peace and Fame, n ,, 

Phcenix Inn, m ,, 

Prince George Inn, n ,, 

Navy Hotel, i, „ 

Union Inn, n ,, 

Anchor and Hope, North Corner, n 

Bell and Dragon, DeVOnpOPt 

Private Rooms, Cherry Garden Street, m 

Mechanics' Institute, Princess Square, Plymouth 
The Lyceum, Westwell Street, ,, 

Royal Hotel, George Street, n 

St. George's Hall, Emma Place, East 

StonehOUSe, Devonshire 



1769 
1773 
1784 



1797 
1798 
1799 
iSoo 
1809 
1812 
1819 
1825 
1829 
1829 
1830 
1837 

1854 



Date of Warrant 
or Constitution. 



21 Appil 1789 

Centenary Warrant 
20 April i88g. 



17 Jan. 1769 



27 Oet. 1769 



24 Appil 1789 



25 Nov. 1769 

Centenary Warrant, 
22 Oct. 1869. 



1755 



1770 



1780 



[781 



1792 



253 



1814 



319 



1832 



223 



188 



457 



388 



301 



302 



253 



453 



389 



254 



454 



390 



302 



303 



254 



320 



224 



189 



171 



1 894 



190 



Name of Lodge. 



Lodge of Alfred in the 
University of Oxford. 



Lodge of Truth. 



Oak Lodge, 

Named in 1827. 



191 



Lodge of St. John, 

Named in 1781. 



Arlmathea Lodge. 



Lodge of 
Perfect Harmony. 



Places of Meeting. 



King's Head, Corn Market, Oxford, Oxfordshire 1769 
New Inn, Fish Street [now St. Aldate's St.], Oxford 1771 
Said to have ceased about 1783. Erased 10 February 1790. 



Ship Tavern, Water Lane, Tower Street, London 1769 
Erased 23 April 1773. 



Crown and Anvil, Swan Street, Minories, London 1789 

King's Arms Tavern, East Smithfield, n 1794 

Blacksmiths' Arms, Lower East Smithfield, n 1795 

Anchor and Hope, Green Bank, Wapping, n 1798 

Phnenix Tavern, Ratclift' Cross, h i799 

Ship and Sheers, Shadwell, n 1800 

Phcenix, Hrick Lane, Spitalfields, 1? 1803 

Ten Bells, Church Street, „ n 1808 

Rose Tavern, Rose Alley, Bishopsgate. Street, n 1810 

.Saracen's Head, Camomile Street, ir n 1816 

Catherine Wheel, Catherine WheelAUey,rr n 1818 

Queen's Arms Tavern, Cheapside, n 1824 

Baptist Head Tavern, Aldermanbury, n 1827 

George and Vulture Tavern, Cornhill, n 1836 

Gerard's Hall Hotel, Basing Lane, ti 1843 

Radley's Hotel, Bridge Street, Blackfriars, 11 1848 

Freemasons' Hall, Great Queen Street, n 1869 



See page 170. 



Woolpack, Deansgate, Manchester, Lancashire 1769 

Sun, in the Cold House, Manchester 1 771 

Fleece Tavern, Shudehill, n 1777 

Pack Horse, Old Churchyard, n 181 1 

Black Moor's Head, r. n 1812 

Dog and Partridge, Market Street, ,1 1816 
Private Room, Dispensary, Kendrick Street, 

Warrington, Lancashire 181 8 

Talbot Inn, Sankey Street, Warrington 1825 

Fleece Inn, Church Street, St. Helens, Lancashire 1834 

Albion Hotel, Haymarket St., Bury, n 1845 

White Horse Inn, Fleet Street, Bury 1848 

Private Room, Broad Street, n 1856 

White Horse Inn, Fleet Street, n 1857 

Queen's Hotel, Market Street, n J866 

Knowsley Hotel, Haymarket Street, n 1872 



Marine Barracks, Dock Road, Chatham, Kent 1789 

Lapsed about 1792. 

Is in Ahiman Rezon 1804 and 1807, at " Mitre, Chatham," 
and " Crown and Thistle, Chatham," respectively. 



White Lion Inn, 



Weymouth, Dorsetshire 1809 



Erased 5 March 1S28. 



Mons (Hainault, Austrian Netherlands), Belgium 1770 

The Emperor of Austria closed all Lodges in Belgium and 
Flanders, except three in Brussels, in 1786. 

Was^ however^ kept 071 English Register until 1813, 



Date of Warrant 
or Constitution. 



2 Dee. 1769 

Constituted 
21 Nov. 1769. 



16 Dee. 1769 



15 June 1789 

Centenary Warrant, 
15 June i88g. 



17 Jan. 1769 



4 June 1769 

Warrant of 

Confirmation, 

4 July 1846. 



I7SS 



455 



456 



18 Dee. 1789 



6 Feb. 1809 



457 



458 



1770 



391 



392 



393 



1780 



303 



304 



1781 



304 



1792 



305 255 



255 



1814 



321 



1832 



225 



20 Jan. 1770 



394 



305 



306 



322 226 191 



1863 



190 



256 

A 



256 



256 

B 



323 



[ 172 ] 



l894 



Name of Lodge. 



Constitution Lodge. 



No. 



Union Lodge. 

Named in 1795. 

1, Provincial, 

in 1816. 



Lodge of Friendship. 



192 



Lodge of 
True Friendship. 

Named in 1775. 



Lion & Lamb Lodge, 

Named in 1816. 



Places of Meeting. 



Date of Warrant 
or Constitution. 



The Angel, WaFminstei", Wiltshire 1770 

Erased 23 April 1773. 



Tom Langford, in the Turl, Turl Street, OxfOPd, 

Oxfordshire IJ'JO 
At House of Bro. Pridie, Oxford 1787 

Erased 11. February 1789. 



Lodge Rooms, Barry Street, Kingston (Kingston, 

Surrey), Jamaica, West Indies 1789 
Ceased to meet about 1816. 
Erased i December 1830. 



Lord Camden, Churcli Row, Limehouse, London 1770 
Antigallican, Limehouse Hole, Limehouse, n 1783 
Bunch of Grapes, n n n 1787 

Erased 12 April 1797. 



White Swan, Market Place, DevizeS, Wiltshire 1770 

Black Bear, Market Place, Devizes 1771 

Crown Inn, Back Street, n 1775 

Erased in XTJ^, 



Sun, Gate Street, Lincoln's Inn Fields, London 1789 

This warrant was issued to Members of No. 234 (A) for 
general Initiations, No. 234 being Operative. On 30 Oct. 
1795, a Committee was authorized to dispose of the Warrant, 
which was done, as on 26 April 1796, the Minutes say, ** The 
Committee appointed for the disposal of the Warrant 258, had 
disposed of the same,- and to be moved to the " Bear and 
Wheatsheaf.'in t-owerThames Street, and that the Secretary 
do acquaint the Grand Secretary of the same." Both Nos. 
234 (A) and 258 (A) met at same places from 1789-95. 



1 March 1770 



17 March 1770 

Met 27 April 1770. 



London 



Plough, Queen Street, Bloomsbury, 

Robin Hood, Gray's Inn Lane, 

Pea Hen, Gray's Inn Lane, 1 

Six Cans, Little Turnstile, Holborn, 

Bear and Wheatsheaf, Lower Thames Street, 1 

Northumberland Arms, Gun Street, Artillery 

Lane, Bishopsgate Street, 
Northumberland Head, Fort St., Spitalfields, 
Hope and Anchor, Union Street, Blackfriars, 
Cock and Magpie, Wilson Street, Finsbury 

Square, 
Hercules Tavern, Threadneedle Street, 
Cock and Magpie, Wilson St., Finsbury Square, 
Hercules Tavern, Threadneedle Street, 
Flying Horse, Wilson Street, Finsbury Square, 
White Hart, Foster Lane, Cheapside, 
Flying Horse, Wilson Street, Finsbury Square, 
White Hart, Foster Lane, Cheapside, 
Saracen's Head, Friday Street, 
Coachmakers' Arras, Noble St., Falcon Square, 
Golden Lion, West Smithfield, 
•New York Coffee House, Sweeting's Alley, 

Cornhill, 
George and Vulture Tavern, Cornhill, 
Bridge HouseHotel, LondonBridge, Southwark, 
Three Tuns Tavern, High Street, n 

London Coffee House, Ludgate Hill, 
George Hotel, Aldermanbury, 
City Terminus Hotel, Cannon Street, 



1790 
1791 
1791 

1793 
1796 

1806 
1808 
1810 

1813 
1813 
1814 
1814 

181S 
181S 
1816 
1816 
1818 
1820 
1826 

1830 
1834 
185s 
i860 
i860 
1867 
1868 



1789 



22 May 1770 



23 May 1770 



1770 



1780 



1781 



1792 



1814 



1832 



1863 



395 



396 



306 



307 



257 



324 



397 



307 



308 



257 



398 



24 Dee. 1789 

Centenary Warrant, 
24 Dec. 1889. 



258 



325 



227 



192 



173 



1 894 



193 



Name of Lodge. 



Lodire of Prosperity. 



Lodge of Confidence, 

Named in 1820. 



St. Charles de la Concord. 

Lodge Charles of the 
Crowned Column, 1802. 



Royal Marine Lodge. 



Lodge of Fortitude and 
Ferseveranee. 



Places of Meeting. 



Hole-in-the-Wall, Great Kirby Street, Hatton 

Garden, London 1770 

Windmill, Leather l.ane, Holborn, n 1775 

Blue Posts, Southampton Buildings, Holborn, h 1780 
Erased fi Feb. 1782. Rehisiated n Feb, 1784. 

New Crown Inn, BlacUman St., Southwark, .1 1784 
Globe Tavern, St. Saviour's Churchyard, 

Southwark, n 1787 

George, Eastcheap, m 1797 

King's Head, Little Eastcheap, m 1800 

Gun Tavern, Billingsgate, n 1810 

George and Vulture Tavern, Cornhill, n 1813 

Anchor Tavern, St. Mary at Hill, Tower Street.fi 1818 
Erased 3 March 1830. 



Dolphin, Red Lion Street, Holborn, London 1790 

Bell, Battle Bridge, n 1790 

Old Swan, Butcher Row, Temple Bar, n 1793 

Sheers, Chequer Alley, Old Street, n 1797 

Queen's Head, Whitecross Street, Cripplegate, n 1798 

Blue Last, Ludgate Hill, n 1800 

Horse Shoe and Magpie, Strand, n i8oi 

Coach and Horses, St. Martin's Lane, 11 1802 

Porcupine, Newport Street, Newport Market, n 1807 

Porcupine, Newgate Street, 11 1820 

Bedford Head, Maiden Lane, Covent Garden, n 1829 

Crown Tavern, Clifford's Inn Passage, „ 1831 

Crown Tavern, Back Hill, Hatton Garden, n 1843 

ColosseumHotel,PoitlandRoad, Regent's Park, n 1846 

White Lion Tavern, Brick Lane, Spitalfields, 11 1848 

Anderton's Hotel, Fleet .Street, m 1 851 



City of Brunswick; (Brunswick), Germany 1770 

Constituted by Prov. G. L. of Hamburg, 12 Feb. 17^(4, 
broke up and was reconstituted by Duke Ferdinand, English 
Prov. G.M. of Brunswick, 10 Oct. 1770. 

Joined the Strict Observance same year, and therefore 
ceased to be English. The Lodge returned to English rule 
in January 1802, changing its name, but did not join the 
Prov. G. L. of Hamburg. In Aug. 1835, it ceased to be 
English by joining the independent G. L. of Hamburg. IVas 
kept on our Registers until 1813. 



Carpenters' Arras, Castle Gate, St. Peter's, 

Nottingham, Nottinghamshire 1790 
Peacock, Mansfield Road, St. Peter's, Nottingham 1794 

Warrant cancelled by G. L. 6 March 1799, 
Restored 3 December 1800. 

Ram Inn, Long Row, Nottingham 1801 

Robin Hood, Milton Street, n 1802 

Milton's Head Inn, 11 n 1802 

Erased for Apostasy t i June 1803. 



In Barracks, Chatham, Kent 1812 

Lodge Rooms, Queen Street, Chatham 1814 

Chest Arms, High Street, n 1823 

United with " Globe Lodge,"" N'o. 306 [iVi?. 243 (A) 0/ 
13 Dec. 1787], in 1824. 



The Fox, South Street, EpSOm, Surrey 1770 

Spread Eagle Inn, High Street, Epsom 1774 

The Fox, South Street, „ 1793 

Erased 9 April 1800. 



Date of Warrant 
or Constitution. 



24 May 1770 

Constitution 

Renewed, 
17 April r7?4. 



15 Feb. 1790 

Warrant of 
Confirmation, 
24 Feb. 1879. 

Centenary Warrant, 
20 Feb. i8qo. 



1770 



399 



1780 



308 



10 Oct. 1770 

ConKtituted 
10 Oct. 1770. 



6 April 1790 



15 Dee. 1812 



28 July 1770 



400 



401 



1781 



309 



1792 



258 



1814 



[832 



1863 



326 



309 



310 



310 



311 



259 



260 



259 



260 

A 



260 

B 



327 



228 



193 



328 



174 



1 894 



Name of Lodge. 



Lodge of Temperance. 



194 



Royal Alfred Lodge. 



St. Paul's Lodge, 

Named in 1821. 



195 



Lodge of Hengist, 

Named in 1803. 



Artillery Lodge. 
No. 2 Provineial. 



Places of Meeting. 



Swan and Hoop, Cornhill, London 1770 

Bunch of Grapes, King Street, Soho, n 1771 

Krnsed 28 April ij-js- 



Red lion, Fleet Street, 
Boar's Head, Moorside, 



Bury, Lancashire 1770 
Bury 1781 



United ivith '* Lodge of Relief,'^ No. 40 \No. 118, of -^ July 
1733], 2^Ja?uiary 1786. Was kept on List until 1788, and 
£}-ased II February 1789. 



King's Head, Mere Street, 



Diss, Norfolk 1770 



Erased 10 February 1790. 



Duke of Cumberland, Quaker Street, Spitalfields, 

London 1790 

Black S\\'an, Brown's l.ane. East Smithfield, n 1792 

Golden Anchor, Artichoke Lane, Virginia St., ir 1794 

Private Room, loi East Smithfield, 11 1796 

Dundee Arms, Nightingale Lane, Wapping, n 1798 

White Swan, Cinnamon Street, Wapping, n 1799 

Cricketers, London Street, Ratcliff Highway, m 1800 

Ship and Sun, Shadweil, 11 1806 

Chequers, Love Lane, m 11 1807 

Cape of Good Hope, Hlackwall, n 1808 

Cape of Good Hope, Shadweil, 11 1809 

Sun and Sawyers, High Street, Poplar, m 1810 

Cape of Good Hope, Shadweil, ti 1811 

Green Dragon, High Street, Poplar, m 181 1 

Crown, Stationers' Court, Ludgate Hill, n 1821 

Crown and Anchor Tavern, Strand, u 1822 

George and Vulture Tavern, Cornhill, n 1825 

London Coffee House, Ludgate Hill, n 1843 

City Terminus Hotel, Cannon Street, n 186S 

Westminster Palace Hotel, Westminster, m 1875 

City Terminus Hotel, Cannon Street, ir 1876 



New Inn, Pokesdown, ChriStehUFCh, Hampshire 1770 
White Hart, Barrack Road, Christchurch 1786 

George Inn, Castle Street, n iSoi 

Masonic Hall, High Street, n 1837 

Belle Vue Hotel, The Pier, Bournemouth, 

Hampshire 185 1 
Masonic Hall, St. Michael's Rise, Bournemouth 1877 



Royal Train of Artillery, Port Royal 

(Kingston, Surrey), Jamaica, West Indies 1790 
Port Royal Barracks, Port Royal, Jamaica 1803 

Lapsed about 1805. 
" Warrant transmitted to England." Prov. Return ofrZi.6. 



Seventh Regiment of Light Dragoons, 

Ipswieh, Suffolk 1807 

At Guildford, Sumy 1808 

II Royal Oak, Dorchestor, Dorsetshire 1809 

11 Weymouth, » 1810 

M Dundalk, Louth, Lreland 1812 

In the Seventh Regiment of Light Dragoons 1814 

Warrant returned and Lodge erased in 1824. 



Date of Warrant 
or Constitution. 



20 Sept. 1770 



23 Oct. 1770 



26 June 1770 

Constituted 
26 July 1770. 



31 Aug. 1790 

Centenary Warrant, 
I Sept. i8go. 



23 Nov. 1770 

Centenary Warrant; 
22 Nov. 1870, 



28 Aug. 1790 



22 April 1807 



1770 



402 



403 



404 



405 



1780 



311 



312 



313 



1781 



312 



313 



314 



1792 



261 



261 



262 

A 



[814 



1832 



1863 



329 



229 



194 



330 



230 



195 



262 

B 



331 



I7S 



i894 



Name of Lodge. 



Lodge of Concord. 

Named in 1785. 



Queen's Lodge, 



196 



Albion Lodge, 

Named in 1794. 



197 



Jerusalem Lodge. 

"A Masters' Lodge^^* 
1792-1813. 

Red Apron Lodge (from 1834). 



198 



Percy Lodge, 

Named in 181 7. 



Lodge of Industry. 



Places of Meeting. 



Hare and Hounds, Barnard CastlS, Durham 
Black Swan, liamard Castle 

Private Koom, ,, 

Square and Compass, n 

Masons' Arms [probably same place], Bank,ii 

Erased \ April 1798, Reinstated 12 February 1800. 

Masons' Arms, Bank, Barnard Castle 

Black Hull Inn, 

Angel Inn, Market Place, n 

Erased again 7 March 1838. 



Black Horse and Crown, Victualling Office 

Square, Tower Hill, London 

The Trum|)eter, Crutched Friars, n 

Queen's Head, Tower Hill, m 

Erased 7 April 1784. Reinstated 17 Navetnber 1784. 
King's Head Tavern, Fenchurch Street, n 

Erased again 13 February 1788. 



1770 
1783 
1785 
1786 
1797 

1800 
1807 
1835 



1771 
1778 
1783 



1784 



Masons' Arras, Bridgetown, Island of 

Barbados, West Indies 1790 

Williams' l''reemasons' Tav., Bridge End, Barbados 1794 

Masonic Temple, Mason Hall Street, n 1804 

Lodge Room, Forty Leg Alley, n 1831 

II Bridge Street, n 1843 

11 Roebuck Street, n i860 

Cumberbatch Hall, Broad Street, 11 1864 

Lodge Room, High Street, n 1866 

Masonic Hall, Spry Street, n 1869 



Jerusalem Tavern, St. John's Gate, 

Clerkenwell, ' LondOn 1771 

Crown 'J'avern, Clerkenwell Green, 

Clerkenwell, n 1786 

Queen's Head Tavern, Holborn, n 1812 

Freemasons' Tavern, Great Queen Street, ti iSiS 

Freemasons' Hall, n n 1865 



Sun, Devereux Court, Temple, London 1791 

Star and Garter, King Street, Westminster, 11 1792 

Three Tuns, Cross Street, Hatton Garden, m 1794 

Crooked Billet, St. Clement's Church, m 1799 

Sun, Gate Street, Lincoln's Inn Fields, n 1801 

Sun, Devereux Court, Without Temple Bar, n 1S02 

Red Lion, Warwick Place, Holborn, n 1803 

Plough, Queen Street, Bloomsbury, n 1S04 

One Bell, Fleet Street, n 1805 

Percy Arms, Church Court, Strand, n 1812 
.Shakespeare's Tavern, Great Russell Street, 

Covent (iarden, n 1824 

Fitzroy Hotel, Charlotte St., Rathbone Place, n 1826 

George and Blue Boar, Holborn, m 1834 

Beattie's Hotel, George St., Hanover Scjuare, n 1840 

Freemasons' Tavern, Great Queen Street, ir 1841 

Ship and Turtle Tavern, Leadenhall Street, 11 1849 



Ben Jonson's Head, Shoe Lane, 

Erased 18 November 1796. 

See page 66. 



London 1771 



Date of Warrant 
or Constitution. 



Nov. 1770 

Warrant of 

Confirmation, 
30 Nov. 1819. 



26 Jan. 1771 



6 Dee. 1790 

Warrant of 
Confirmation, 
26 August 1864. 

Centenary Warrant, 
6 Dec. i8go. 



2 Feb. 1771 

Constituted 
20 Feb. 1771. 

Centenary Warrant 

{Special J eiuel), 

28 April 1884. 



5 Jan. 1791 

Centenary Warrant, 
5 Jan. T891. 



19 March 1771 



Dee. 1790 



1770 



1780 



[781 



406 



314 



315 



1792 



262 



1814 



332 



1832 



231 



1863 



407 



315 



316 



263 



333 



232 



196 



408 



316 



317 



263 



334 



233 



197 



264 



335 



234 



198 



409 



317 



318 



264 



265 



L ^7^ ] 



1894. 



Name of Lodge. 



Lodge of Perfect Union. 



Lodge of Peace and 
Harmony. 



199 



Lodge of Peace and 
Harmony. 



200 



Lodge of Sincere 
Brotherly Love. 



Lodge of Friendship. 



Old Globe Lodge. 



Lodge of Perfect Union. 



Wynnstay Lodge. 



Wynnstay Lodge. 



Places of Meeting. 



Leghorn (Tuscany), Italy 1771 

Was mtnined on English Register iintit 1813, ivt ivoutd 
have ceased {if then existing) under the Ducal Edict ofiZoo, 



Greyhound, Market Place, Blandford, X'OT-jfM?« 1771 

Erased ^\ October 1781. 



Castle Inn, Week Street, MaldStone, Kent 1791 

Wliite Hart, Hart Street, Maidstone 1792 

The Ahiman Rezon of 1813 gives this Lodge under two 
numbers, viz., No. 265, "White Hart, Maidstone," and No. 
266, " Lodge of Peace and Harmony, Fleece, Dover." It 
should not have been under No. 265. 

Lapsed about 1800. 



Fleece Tavern, Snarsjate Street, 

Albion Inn, East Cliff, 

London Hotel, 

Cieorge Inn, Snargate Street, 

Royal Oak Hotel, Oxenden Street, 

Freemasons' Hall, Snargate Street, 



Leghorn (Tuscany), 



Dover, Kmt 1801 

Dover 1834 
11 1844 
„ 1845 
M 1848 
M 1886 



Italy 1771 



Like No. 410 above, this Lodge was retained on Register 
until 1813. 



Hand and Bottle, Mill Street, Bridgnorth, 

Shropshire 177^ 
Erased 9 April 17B3. 



Old Globe Inn, Globe Street, Scarborough, 

Yorkshire 1788 
Freemasons' Hall, Old Globe Hotel, Globe Street, 

Scarborough 1798 
Masonic Hall, Londesborough Rooms, 

Westborough, u i88l 

Masonic Hall, St. Nicholas Cliff, n 1884 



St. Petersburg (St. Petersburg), Russia 1771 

Joined the English Provincial G. L. of Russia under 
Senator Yelaguin, 1772-3. 

Kept on Register until 1813, and then erased. 



Wynnstay, 



Lapsed. 



Denbighshire 1 771 



Bowling Green, Church St., OsWCStry, Shropshire 1785 
Erased 1 1 February 1789. 



Unicorn, Hillgate, StOCkport, Cheshire 1 791 

Queen's Head, Underbank, Stockport 1804 

Unicorn, Hillgate, n 1805 

Last entry 8 Aug. 1805. Lapsed about 1806. 



20 March 1771 



28 March 1771 



22 Feb. 1791 



Date of Warrant 
or Constitution. 



1801 



10 April 1771 



20 April 1771 



5 March 1791 

Worked without 

Warrant from Feb. 

1788,, afterwards 

under a Prov. 

Warrant of 

23 Aug. 1788. 

Centenary Warrant, 
4 March 1891. 



1 June 1771 



31 Aug. 1771 



1785 



9 Nov. 1791 



1770 



4,10 



411 



412 



413 



414 



415 



1780 



318 



319 



320 



321 



322 



323 



1781 



319 



320 



321 



322 



323 



324 

A 



324 

B 



1792 



1814 



1832 



1863 



265 



266 

A 



266 

B 



336 



235 



199 



266 



267 



337 



236 



200 



267 



268 

A 



177 



i894 



Name of Lodge. 



.201 



Jordan Lodge, 

Named in 1816. 



202 



Lodge of Friendship. 

A "Masters' Lodge," 
1771-1808. 



Hiram's Cliftonian Lodge, 

Named in 1779. 



Places of Meeting. 



Prince of Wales' Lodge. 

St. John's Lodge, 1813. 

St. George's Lodge. 1818. 



Junior Lodge. 
No. 2. Provincial, 

from 1773. 



Harmony Lodge, 

No. 3 Provincial, 

from 1773. 



23 



Date of Warrant 
or Constitution. 



Northumberland Head, Fort Street, Spital 

Square, Spitalfields, London 1810 

Three Tuns Tavern, Jewry Street, Aldgate, n 1814 

King's Head Tavern, Moorgate Street, 11 1819 

Anchor Tavern, St. Mary at Hill, ti 1820 

Blossoms Inn, Lawrence Lane, Cheapside, 11 1 831 

London Tavern, Bishopsgate Street, n 1836 

George and Vulture Tavern, Cornhill, n 1839 

Freemasons' Tavern, Great Queen Street, n 1853 

Freemasons' Hall, n it 1865 



Bunch of Grapes, Plymouth Doek [now 

Devonport], Devonshire 1771 
Golden Lion, Old Town St., Plymouth, Denonshire 1780 
Plume of Feathers, Fore St., Plymouth Dock 1785 
Dolphin and Old King's Arms, Granby Street, 

Plymouth Dock 1788 
Prince George, Fore Street, » 1792 

Old London Inn, Fox Hole [now Vauxhall] 

Street, Plymouth 1800 

Navy Hotel. Fore Street, Plymouth Dock 1803 

Barnstaple Inn, Princes Street, DeVOnport 1807 

Lord Hood Hotel, King Street, ti 1846 

Private Rooms, 2 St. Stephen's Street, m 1862 

Masonic Hall, Granby Street, n 1882 



White Hart, Fore Street, Lambeth, London 177' 

Royal Oak, Vauxhall, ti 1774 

The Falcon, Princes Street, Soho, n 1776 

Angel, Wardour Street, Soho, m 1779 
Erased 6 February 1782. 



Castle Inn, High Street, Windsor, Btrkshire 1791 
Swan Inn, Thames Street, Windsor 1814 

Castle Inn, High Street, m 1818 

Erased 5 Sepiemher 1838. 



Kingston (Kingston, Surrey), Jamaica, 

West Indies 1 77 1 
Ceased to vzeet in 1796. Erased in 1813. 



Saracen's Head, Maryport St., Devizes, Wiltshire 1792 

White Hart, Back Street, Devizes 1792 

Castle Inn, Monday Market Street, w 1793 

White Hart, Back Street, n 1796 

Elm Tree Inn, Long Street, 11 1812 

Last Meeting 6 May 1826. Furniture and Regalia sold in 
1826. Lodge erased in iB'ij . 

The Reference to " Saracen's Head," as the place of Meeting 
in Ahiman Rezon 1813, is incorrect. 



Kingston (Kingston, Surrey), Jamaica, 

West Indies 1771 
Erased in 1813. 



25 April 1810 



21 Sept. 1771 

Centenary Warrant j 
I Sept. 1871. 



12 Oct. 1771 



9 Nov. 1791 



1770 



416 



417 



Oct. 1771 



25 Feb. 1792 

Constituted 
14 March X792. 



1780 



324 



325 



1781 



325 



326 



1792 



268 



268 

B 



[814 



338 



339 



418 



Oct. 1771 



326 



327 



269 



1832 



1863 



237 



201 



238 



202 



269 



419 



327 



340 



239 



270 341 



328 



270 



[ m J 



Name of Lodge. 



St. George's Lodge. 



St. James's Lodge, 
No. 4 Provincial, 

from 1773. 



Trinity Lodge, 1816. 
Lodge of Economy, 1825. 

Lodge of Equanimity, 

1826. 



Union Lodge, 
No. 5 Provinelal, 

from 1773. 



Provincial Grand Lodge. 



Lodge of Harmony, 

Named in 1779. 



Britannic Lodge, 

Named in 1785. 



Provincial Grand Lodge, 



Marlborough Lodge, 

Rising Sun Lodge, 

1791. 



Places of Meeting. 



St, George's [George Town], Island of 

Grenada, PVat Indies 1792 

Last entry -^June 1793. Lapsed about 1794. 

Is in Ahiman Rezon Lists of 1804, as "St. George's, 
Granada," and in Ahiman Rezon 1813, as " Riciimond 
Heights, Grenada." It is not in Ahiman Rezon 1B07. 



Freemasons' Hall, MontegO Bay (St. James's, 

Cornwall), Jamaica, West Indies ITJI 
Erased in 1813. 



Forty-fifth Regiment, Richmond Heights, 

Island of Grenada, West Indies 1792 

No Records after 1792 ; is however in Ahiman Rezon 
1804 and 1807. 



Castle Inn, Castle Street, 
Angel Inn, High Street, 

Last payment 1830. Erased in i 



Guildford, Surrey 1809 
Guildford 181 1 



St, James's (St. James's, Cornwall), Jamaica, 

West Indies 177 1 
Erased in 1813. 



Warrant granted for H.R.H. Prince Edward, 
His Majesty's 4th Son, Quebec, lower 

Canada, Quebec 1792 to 1813 

Erased in 1814. 



BlueBelllnn, Scotch Street, Carlisle, Cumberland 1771 
Black Bull, Annett Well Street, Carlisle 1778 

Queen's Head, Church Street, n 1789 

Blue Bell Inn, Scotch Street, .1 1789 

Bush Inn, English Street, n 1796 

Crown and Mitre Tavern, English Street, m 1802 

Angel Inn, English Street, n 1822 

Irving's Hotel [Queen's Head], Church Street, n 1823 
Crown and Mitre, English Street, n 1835 

Last payment 1834. Erased in December 1851. 



Buck Inn, St. Ann's Staith, Whitby, Yorkshire 1772 
Plough Inn, Church Street, Whitby 1773 

Erased 10 February 1790. 



Niagara (Lincoln), upper Canada, Ontario 1792 to 1813 

Erased in 18 14. 

In Ahiman Rezon 1813, this Lodge Is erroneously stated to 
he at "Montreal, Upper Canada," that place being in 
Lower Canada. 



Fort Marlborough, Island of Sumatra, 

Hast Indies 1772 
Erased 4 Jnite 1862. 



See page 145. 



Date of Warrant 
or Constitution. 



7 March 1792 



Oct. 1771 

Warrant of 
Confirmation, 
23 Nov. 1808. 



4 March 1792 



11 Oct. 1809 



Oct, 1771 



7 March 1792 

Installed 22 June, 
1792. 



16 Oct. 1771 



3 Feb, 1772 



7 March 1792 



10 Feb, 1772 



20 Sept. 1765 



1770 



1780 



1781 



1792 



1814 



1832 



1863 



271 



420 



328 



329 



271 



272 

A 



272 

B 



342 



240 



421 



329 



330 



272 



273 



343 



422 



330 



331 



273 



344 



241 



423 



331 



332 



274 



345 



424 



332 



333 



274 



346 



242 



243 



i;9 



1894 



Name of Lodge. 



Lodge of Fidelity, 

Named in 1814. 



Lodge of Vigilance. 



203 



Ancient Union Lodge, 

Named in 1848. 



Lodge of Discretion. 



Prince Edward's Lodge. 

Royal Mariners' Lodge, 

T803. 

Prince Edward's Lodge, 
again, 1808. 



Places of Meeting. 



Angel, Deansgsite, ManehestOF, Lancashire 1792 

Turner's, The King, Oldham Street, Manchester 1798 

Lamb's, Old Shambles, n 1799 

Lord Howe's Fleet, Bengal Street, ti 1801 

Admiral Nelson's Head, New Cross, m 1802 

Earl Howe's Fleet, Bengal Street, n 1802 

Junction Inn, Junction Street, n 1808 

Lord Nelson Inn, Castlefields, n 1810 

Hope and Anchor, Deansgate, n 1810 

Castle, Deansgate, n 1810 

North British Volunteer, Deansgate, n 1812 

The Kmg, Oldham Street, ti 1814 

Crown and Anchor, Hilton Street, n 1817 

Old Church Tavern, Old Churchyard, 11 1820 

Craven Heifer, n 11 1823 

Duke of Cumberland, Cumberland Street, n 1826 

Legs of Man, Portland Street, n 1832 
Erased 5 Decentber 1832. 



Island of Grenada, West Indies 1771 

" Granada, in America," in Warrant of Confirmation. 
Was retained o?t Register ttttiil 1813, and then erased. 



Freemasons' Tavern, Sir Thomas's Buildings, 

LivePpOOl, Lancashire 



Private Room, 
Lewis's, in Richmond Street, 
Aspinwall's, 11 

Lodge Room, King Street, 
II Lord Street, 

Strong's Tavern, Thomas Street, 
Greenhalgh's, Cable Street, 
Andrews's, 11 

Pied Bull Inn, 

Black Horse and Rainbow, Cheapside, 
Grapes Inn, Houghton Street, 
Grapes, Brownlow Hill, 
Wellington Hotel, Dale Street, 
Royal Hotel, Mosley Street, 
Masonic Hall, 22 Hope Street, 



Liverpool 



1792 

1793 
1796 
1801 
1808 
1809 
1810 
1812 
1829 

1839 
1840 
1842 
1844 
1849 
1850 
1858 



Island of Grenada, 

£rasedin 1813. 



West Indies 1772 



Surrey Tavern and Coffee House, St. George's 

Fields, London 1792 

Gun, Lambeth Road, St. George's Fields, n 1792 

Surrey Tavern, Blackfriare Road, n 1796 

Globe Tavern, Fleet Street, m 179S 

Hole in the Wall, n n 1799 

Globe Tavern, 11 n 1801 

Virginia Coffee House, Cornhill, n 1802 

Their Hall, Pitt Street, Ratcliff, n 1803 

George, Shadwell, n 1805 

[Private Room] Minories, n 1805 

Bee Hive, East Smithfield, n 1808 

Star, Star Street, Shadwell, u 1810 

Admiral Benbow's, Golden Lane, Barbican, n 1S13 

Rum Puncheon, Old Street, n 1815 

Black Bull, St. John's Street, West Smithfield, n 1818 

Princess Royal, Paul Street, Finsbury, n 1822 
Erased in 1827. 



Date of Warrant 
or Constitution. 



12 April 1792 



1770 



1780 



1781 



1792 



275 



1814 



347 



1832 



244 



1863 



22 Jan. 1771 

Warrant of 
Confinnation, 
24 Feb. 1772. 



10 Aug. 1792 

Centenary Warrant, 
10 Aug. 1892. 



2 March 1772 



11 Oct, 1792 



425 



333 



334 



275 



276 



348 



245 



203 



426 



334 



335 



276 



277 



349 



i8o 



1894 



Name of Lodge. 



Torbay Lodge. 



Unity Lodge. 



204 



Caledonian Lodge. 



Union Lodge, 

Named in 1774. 



Royal Arch Lodge of the 
Temple of Jerusalem. 



Lodge of Candour. 



Lodge of Freedom. 



PrACES OF Meeting. 



Crown and Anchor, Church Street, PaigntOn, 

Devonshire ITJ2 
Private Room [tinknown], Paignton 1776 

Crown and Anchor, Church Street, n 17^4 

London Inn, n n 1815 

Warrant surrendered for want of MemherSf 12 Octoher 
1824, and Lodge erased. 



Plume and Feathers, Cock Gate, Manchester, 

Lancashire 1793 
Pack Horse, Old Churchyard, Manchester 1794 

Golden Lion, Deansgate, n 1795 

Erased 4 September i'j<^(j. 

1799, Sept. 4, " Ordered that the Warrant No. 278, lately 
held at the ' Golden Lion,' Deansgate, Manchester, be 
cancelled." 



Lodge Rooms, Ancoat Lane, Manchestei", 

Lancashire 1802 
Admiral Nelson, New Cross, Manchester 1803 

Earl St. Vincent's Head, Oldham Road, n 1804 

Junction Canal Inn, Junction Street, n 1805 

Freemasons' Arms, Ancoat Street, 11 1806 

Abercrombie Tavern, Great Ancoat Street, n 1808 

Bay Horse, Thames Street, n 1823 

Abercrombie Tavern, Great Ancoat Street, ti 1826 

The Buck, Booth Street, n 1832 

White Horse, Great Ancoat Street, n 1833 

Princess Tavern, Cross Street, 11 1836 

Buck Tavern, Booth Street, n 1838 

Royal Hotel, Mosley Street, u 1849 

Private Rooms, 10 Athenzeum, Bond Street, n 1853 

Bush Hotel, Deansgate, n 1854 

Cross Street Chambers, Cross Street, n 1857 

Freemasons' Hall, Cooper Street, n 1866 



Island of St. Eustatius, 

Erased in 1813. 



West Indies 1772 



Queen's Head, UnJerbank, StoekpOPt, Cheshire 1793 
Unicorn, Hillgate, Stockport 1797 

Queen's Head, Underbank, m 1801 

Crown and Mitre, King Street East, n 1803 

Crown and Anchor, Bridge Street, h 1804 

Last payment 7 A ug. 1805. Lapsed about 1807. 



Strasburg (Elsass-Lothringen), Germany 1772 

Constituted by Gogel, English Prov. G.M. for Frankfort. 

Joined the Strict Observance in 1773, but was retained on 
English Register until 1813. 



King's Head, High Street, Maldon, Essex l^JTi 

Bull Inn, Maldon 1 777 

Erased 23 November 1785. 



Date of Warrant 
or Constitution. 



4 April 1772 



17 April 1793 



20 Oet. 1802 

(Works under the 
above Warrant of 
17 April 1793). 



1772 



17 April 1793 



1770 



427 



428 



2 May 1772 



4 June 1772 



429 



430 



[780 



335 



336 



337 



1781 



336 



337 



1792 



277 



278 



338 279 



338 



339 



1814 



1832 



1863 



350 



278 

A 



278 

B 



351 



246 



204 



279 



352 



i8i 



1894 



Name of Lodge. 



205 



Lodge of Israel. 



206 



Lodge of Friendship. 



Lodge of Friendship. 



Harmony Lodge. 
No. 3 Provincial, 



Places of Meeting. 



Golden Anchor, Leadenliall Street, London 1793 

l:ilue Anchor, Bell Court, Fenchurch Street, m 1794. 

Ship, Tower Street, n 1796 

iVaT-rant Cancelled/or making M asons for unworthy 
cotisideraiions, 15 February 1797. Restored! June 1797. 

fiolrlen Anchor, Leadenhall Street, London 1797 

Golden Camel, Minories, n 1799 

Green Dragon, Bishopsgate Street, n iSoi 

Sugar Loaf, Great St. Helens, n 1802 

King Harry's Head, Red Lion St., \Vhitechapel,ii 1808 

Rose Tavern, Rose Alley, Bishopsgate Street, m 1810 

Fountain, Minories, h 1810 

Sugar Loaf, Great St. Helens, n 1810 

Swan Tavern, Swan Street, Minories, 11 181 1 

George Tavern, New Road, St. George's East, u 1817 
Howard's Coffee House, St. James's Place, 

Leadenhall Street, m 18 19 

Angel, John Street, Minories, n 1820 

Coopers' Aims, Crown Street, Finsbury, n 1834 

Angel, John Street, Minories, 11 1837 

George and Vulture Tavern, Cornhill, n 1840 

St. James's Tavern, St. James's Place, Aldgate,ii 1843 

Seyd's Hotel, Finsbury Square, n 1856 
Biidge House Hotel, London Bridge, 

Southwark, 1. 1859 

London Coffee House, Ludgate Hill, n i860 

Radley's Hotel, Bridge Street, Blackfriars, n 1864 

City Terminus Hotel, Cannon Street, 11 1871 



The Bull Inn, Maidstone Road, Wrotham, ICent 1772 
Last Register -2^ November i-jTi. Lapsed about 1776. 



Oxford Arms, Church Street, Deptford, London 

Sir John Falstaff, Lower Water Gate, .■ n 

Shipwright's Arms, Deptford Green, u n 

Centurion, Broadway, n 11 

Boar and Grove, King Street, n n 

Masons' Arms, 11 n m 

Timber Hoy, Deptford Creek, 11 n 

White Swan, High Street, n n 

Lord Duncan Tavern, Broadway, n n 
London and St. Katherine's Dock Hotel, Upper 

East Smithfield, n 

George and Vulture Tavern, Cornhill, n 
Ship and Turtle Tavern, Leadenhall Street, u 



1784 
1791 
1793 
1821 
1824 
1825 
1830 
1840 
1845 



1849 
i8ss 



Rose Tavern, Rose Crescent, Cambridge, 

Cambridgeshire 1772 
Erased 12 April 1780. 



Rose and Bunch of Grapes, Snow's Fields, 

Southwark, London 1772 

White Hart, St. Thomas's Street, Southwark, n 1776 
Erased 6 February 1782. 



Port Koyal (Kingston, Surrey), Jamaica, 

West Indies 1793 

The Lodge, being dormant sometime, lost its provincial 
number, but afterwards revived and became No. 20, 
Provincial, prior to 1816. Ceased to meet about 1817. 

Erased i December 1830. 



Speight's Town, island of Barbados, 

West Indies 1772 

Was kepi on Register until 1813, and then erased. 



Date of Warrant 
or Constitution. 



23 May 1793 

Centenary Warrant, 
23 May 1893. 



1770 



19 June 1772 



Feb. 1784 

Centenary Warrant, 
13 June 1872. 



6 July 1772 



10 Oet. 1772 



12 Aug. 1793 



1772 



[780 



1781 



431 



432 



433 



434 



339 



340 



341 



[792 



280 



1814 



353 



1832 



i86j 



247 



205 



340 

A 



340 

B 



341 



342 



280 



354 



248 



206 



281 



355 



281 



182 



i894 



207 



Name of Lodge. 



Lodge of Loyalty, 

Named in i8i3. 



Lodge of Concord. 



Royal Lodge. 

No. 4 Provincial, i8i6. 



Lodge of Unanimity. 

Master Mariner's Lodge, 

1790. 

Lodge of Three Grand 
Principles, 1793. 



208 



Lodge of Three Grand 
Prineiples, 



Places of Meeting. 



Wilts Militia, Seaford Camp, Hastings, Sussex 

At Falmouth, Cornwall 

ir Plymouth, Dt-vonshire 

ri [Place inikiiown']^ Cornwall 

<' Plymouth, 

" GospOPt, Hampshire 

M Marlborough, Wiltshire 

I. Plymouth Dock [now Devonport], 

Devonshire 
!■ Bristol, Gloucestershire 

II Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Northumberland 



M Ipswich, 
" Harwich, 
I' Norwich, 
11 Chelmsford, 
!■ Gosport, 
I. Perth, 
Royal Oak, Marlborough, 

Private Room, 

JLrased, " Warrant returned^ 



Suffolk 

Essex 

Norfolk 

JSssex 



Perthshire, Scotland 
Wiltshire 
Marlborough 
6 May 1834. 



1794 
1796 
1797 
1797 
1798 
1802 
1803 

1805 
1807 
1808 
1809 
1809 
1810 
181I 
1812 
1813 
1818 
1823 



Island of Antigua, 

Erased ill 1813. 



West Indies 1 772 



Masons' Hall, Port Royal Street, Kingston 

(Kingston, Surrey), Jamaica, West Indies 1794 

On the Parade, Kingston 1805 

Masons' Hall, Church Street, n 1813 

Sussex Hall, Harbour Street, 1, 1831 

II Port Royal Street, n 1841 
Union et Concordia Lodge Rooms, 

Princess Street, n 1849 

Sussex Hall, Port Royal Street, n 1849 

Freemasons' Hall, Hanover Street, >> 1876 

Sussex Hall, Hanover Street, m 1892 

Collegiate Hall, Church Street (Centenary), h 1894 

Sussex Hall, Hanover Street, n 1894 



Queen'sHead, Gray's Inn Gate, Holborn, London 1772 



Half Moon, Holborn, 

Bow Street, Covent Garden, 

Erased in 1775. Reinstated 12 November ^'j']-]. 
Merryfield's Wine Vaults, Bow Street, 

C^ovent Garden, 
Duke of York, Great Marylebone Street, 
Hampshire Hog, corner of Piccadilly, 
Swan Inn, Borough, Southwark, 

Globe Tavern, St. Saviour's Churchyard, n 
Pavior's Arms, Blue Gate Fields, Ratcliff 

Highway, 
George Inn, Back Lane, St. George's East, 
King's Head Tavern, Upper Street, Islington, 
j^apsed about 1803. 



1773 
1774 



1777 
1779 
1783 
1784 
1785 

1787 
1792 

1793 



George and Dragon Inn, Town End, 

DeWSbury, Yorkshire 1804 
Private Room [iinhiown'], Dewsbury 1806 

Groom and Saddle Inn, Market Place, m 1808 

Savin's Arms, near Parish Church, ThOPnhlU, 

Yorkshire 1 816 
White Lion, Market Place, DewsbUPy 1832 

Masonic Flail (formerly Sunday School), 

Long Causeway, 1, 1 844 

[New] Masonic Hall, Long Causeway, ,1 1867 



Date of Warrant 
or Constitution. 



10 May 1794 

[Register had date 
T2 or 16 Aug. 1793, 
altered to ip May 

1794]- 



1772 



10 May 1794 

Centenary Warrant, 
IT May 1894. 



1770 



435 



21 Nov. 1772 



26 Jan. 1804 

Warrant of 
Confirmation, 
lo Feb. T804. 

Centenary Wairant, 
21 Nov. 1872. 



1780 



342 



1781 



1792 



1814 



282 



356 



1832 



249 



1863 



343 



282 



283 



357 



250 



207 



436 343 



344 



283 

A 



283 

B 



358 



251 



208 



[ 183 ] 



i894 



Name of Lodge. 



209 



Etonian Lodge. 



Royal Edmund Lodge. 



Union Lodge. 



Union Lodge. 



Lodge of Fortitude. 



Lodge of Liberty. 



5th Lodge of Bengal. 



Places of Meeting. 



Ninth Regiment of Dragoons, Maeelesfleld, 

Cheshire 1794 

In G. Sec. Lei,lie's Book, this record appears ; — " Mar. i8og. 
Not met for 10 years, norany Return since Warrant granted." 

It is however retained in the Ahiinan Rezoji Lists q/" 1804, 
1807 (as at ^^ Limerick, Ireland,") and 1813. 



Crown& Cushion, HighSt., 'Eton, J?;;!/^"'^^^//"/;;?-^ 18 13 
Swan Inn, Thames Street, WindSOF, Berkshire 1825 
New Inn, Park Street, Windsor 1854 

Adelaide Hotel, King's Road, n 1867 

Masonic Hall, St. Alban's Street, 11 1874 

Town Hall, High Street, 11 1893 



[Place unhw^vn'] Bupy St. EdmundS, Suffolk 1772 
Six Bells, Chequer Square, Bury St. Edmunds 1800 

Angel Inn, Angel Hill, n 1809 

The Lodge, having been reduced to one Member, was 
declared, by the Board 0/ General Purposes, not to exist in 
1853- 



Seventeenth Regiment Light Dragoons, 

near Netley Church, Netley, Hampshire 1794 

At Canterbury, Kent 1 799 

II Southampton, Hampshire 1799 

II Liehfleld, Stafordskire 1801 

II Manchester, Lancashire 1803 

II Surat, ' Giizcrat, Bombay, India 1812 

In Seventeenth Regiment Light Dragoons 1814 

Erased in 1828. 



Venice (Venezia), 



Italy 1772 



Supposed to have existed to 1785, when it must have been 
suppressed by a Decree of the Senate. 

Was kept on English Register until 1813. 



Bridgetown, Island of Barbados, West indies 1794 
Erased in 1828. 



Verona (Venezia), Italy 1772 

Erased in 1813. See note to No, 438 above. 



Parade Coffee House, The Parade, Jersey, 

Channel Islands 1794 
Army and Navy Hotel, Cross Street, Jersey 1 798 

Union Hotel, Royal Square, St. Heliers, n 1812 

Erased in 1832. " Warrant returned" 



King's Arms, Vauxhall, London 1772 

Three Jolly Ciardeners, Lambeth Butts, 

Lambeth, h i777 

Lion and Lamb, Princes Street, Lambeth, n 1779 

King's Arms, Vauxhall, n 1786 

King of Prussia, near Sadler's Wells, Islington, 11 1793 

Half Moon, West Smithfield, n 1794 

Erased 10 April 1799. 



Dacca, 



Bengal, India 1771 



Erased XQ February 1790. 



Date of Warrant 
or Constitution. 



27 May 1794 



13 July 1813 



1772 



Sept. 1794 



27 Nov. 1772 



3 Oct. 1794 



28 Nov. 1772 



3 Oct. 1794 



5 Dee. 1772 



1770 



437 



438 



439 



440 



1780 



344 



345 



846 



347 



.781 



345 



346 



347 



1792 



284 



285 



286 



1814 



1832 



1863 



284 

A 



284 

B 



359 



252 



209 



360 



253 



285 



361 



286 



362 



348 287 



1771 



441 



348 



349 



287 



363 



[ i84 ] 



1894 



Name of Lodge. 



Lodge of Amity. 
No. 5, Provincial. 



6th Lodge of Bengal. 
3rd Lodge of Bengal. 

1793- 

Lodge of Unanimity, 

Named in 1793. 



210 



7th Lodge of Bengal. 



8th Lodge of Bengal. 



9th Lodge of Bengal. 



Union Lodge. 

No. 6, Provincial, 

from 1773. 



Beaufort Lodge. 

No. 7, Provincial, 

from T773. 



Duke of Athol Lodge, 

Named in 1804. 



Zion Lodge, No. 1. 
No. 7, Provincial. 



Union Lodge. 



Places of Meeting. 



Freemasons' Hall, Kingston (Kingston, 

Surrey), Jamaica, West Indies 1795 

" Warrant delivered up some years past." Return/ront 
P.G.L., 1816. 

Erased i December 1830. 



Calcutta, Bengal, India 1771 

Was formerly No. 12 of Bengal, which number was changed 
locally to No. 9 on 24 December 1787. 

Constituted in Calcutta in 1771, consisting of Artizans ; 
had ceased to meet for so Ions a time that it became extinct. 
Some former Members applied for and obtained a New 
Constitution containing a clause reciting the date of the first 
Constitution, from which it was to take its rank. Letter to 
C.L., 6 Feb. 1788. 

Is stated to have been extinct about 1808. Erased in 1817. 



With the First Brigade, 

Erased 10 February 1790. 



With the Third Brigade, 

Erased 10 February 1790. 



With the Second Brigade, 

Erased 10 February 1790. 



India 1 772 



India 1772 



India 1772 



Kingston (Kingston, Surrey), Jamaica, 

West Indies 1773 
Erased 20 IVoventber 1782. 



Kingston (Kingston, Surrey), Jamaica, 

West Indies 1773 
Erased 20 No^'ember 1782. 



Royal Archer, Dale St., Manchester, Lancashire 1795 
Waggon and Horses, Thomas Street, Manchester 1795 
Crown and Thistle, Old Churchyard, n 1798 

White Lion, Toad's Lane, n 1799 

Crown and Cushion, Deansgate, n 1801 

Fox and Grapes, Old Shambles, n 1804 

Old Sawyers' Arms, High Street, n 1806 

Fox Tavern, Cockpit Hill, n 1813 

Old Soldier, Ashton Road, Denton, Lancashire 1823 
Nottingham Castle, Stockport Road, Denton 1853 

Bowling Green Hotel, Manchester Road, n 1875 



Detroit, Michigan, U.S. of America 1764 

Not in List until 1773, and then designated "Lodge at 
Detroit, in Canada," with date "1773." Michigan was 
under French Rule until 1763, and under Great Britain from 
1763 to 1796. 

The Lodge jvas retained on Ejiglish Rttgister until 1813, 
b7tt surrendered its Warrant, and took a New Warrant 
from G. L. of New York, 3 Sept. 1806. 

Now No. I on Reg. of G. L. of Michigan. 



[Place unknown'], TauntOn, Somersetshire 1773 

Erased 7 April 1784. 



1771 

Renewal of 

Constitution 

(Prov. Warrant only) 

6 Feb. 1787. 



Date of Warrant 
or Constitution. 



4 Feb. 1795 



1772 



1772 



1772 



23 April 1773 



23 April 1773 



21 March 1795 



24 April 1764 



7 June 1773 



1770 



1780 



[781 



1792 



1814 



1832 



1863 



288 



364 



442 



349 



350 



288 



365 



443 



444 



445 



446 



447 



350 



351 



352 



353 



354 



351 



352 



353 



354 



355 



289 



366 



254 



210 



448 



355 



356 



289 



449 



356 



357 



[ 185 ] 



Name of Lodge. 



211 St. Michael's Lodge, 

Named in 1804. 



Apollo Lodge. 



Phcenix Lodge. 



Hiram Lodge, 

Named in 1819. 



Lodge of Jehosaphat. 

Freemasons' Hall Medal 
(1781). 



Lodge of Jehosaphat. 



Places of Meeting. 



Dundee Arms, Nightingale Lane, Wapping, London 1795 

[Private Room] East Smithfield, n 1804 

Bull's Head, Dean Street, Soho, 11 1807 

King's Arms Tavern, Old Compton St., Soho, n 1808 

Crab Tree, Tottenham Court Road, n 1809 

Angel, High Street, Bloomsbury, n 1810 

White Hart, Tottenham Court Road, n 1813 

Coach and Horses, New Compton Street, Soho, 1, 1814 

Princes Street Coffee House, Princes St., Soho,ii i8i5 

Cock, Grafton Street, Soho, n 1819 

Three Tuns Tavern, Fetter Lane, n 1822 

Burlington Arms, Old Burlington Street, n 1825 

Wheatsheaf, Rathbone Place, n 1827 

Blue Posts, Charlotte Street, Rathbone Place, 1. 1829 

Three Compasses, Kensington, m 1829 

Two Chairmen, Davies Street, Berkeley Square, n 1832 

King's Head, Old Compton Street, Soho, n 1832 

George and Blue Boar, Holborn, n 1834 

The Albion Tavern, Aldersgate Street, m i860 



George Inn, Coney Street, 
Nicholson's Coffee House, 
Merchants' Hall, Fossgate, 



York, 



Yorkshire 1773 

York 1776 

I. 1781 



Came to ait end early in this Century^ hut took a number 
at the Union. 



Private Room, 14 High Street, HuU, Yorkshire 1817 

Freemasons' Hall, Mytongate, Hull 1828 

Ship Inn, Lowgate, 11 1829 

Private Room, 7 High Street, n 1831 

Warrant returned toG.L. ii November 1835. It is endorsed 
'^ Returnedjrotn Hull, now 368." Erased in 1836. 



In Garrison, Chatham, Kent 1795 

Hotel Barracks, Dock Road, Chatham 1800 

Albany Barracks, Parkhurst, NewpOPt, 

Isle of Wight, Hampshire 1802 
Star Inn, St. James's Street, Newport 1815 

Castle and Banner, Ilunning Hill, 

Carisbrook, 11 1823 

Erased i March 1828. 



Bull, High Street, BplstOl, Gloucestershire 1773 

White Hart Inn and Tavern, Broad Street, Bristol 1775 

Rummer Tavern, High Street, n 17^5 

White Lion, Broad Street, n 1796 

George Inn, Shlpehampton, Gloucestershire 1794 

(i meeting only, 24 June.) 

Rummer Tavern, High Street, Bristol 1794 

Last Register 18 March 1795. Lapsed about 1797. 



Swan, Market Street, Wotton-Under-Edge, 

Gloucestershire 1799 
Erased 10 February 1809. 



Fleece Tavern, Chester Gate, StOekpOFt, Cheshire 1795 

Pack Horse, Market Place, Stockport 1801 

Queen's Head, Underbank, n 1801 

Crown and Anchor, Bridge Street, u 1802 

Queen's Head, Underbank, n 1805 

Lapsed about 1807. 



24 



Date of Warrant 
or Constitution. 



11 Sept. 1795 



31 July 1773 

Constituted 
3 Aug. 1773. 



21 Oct. 1817 

Constituted 
21 July 1817. 



1770 



450 



28 Sept. 1795 



14 Aug. 1773 



1780 



357 



1781 



358 



451 



[26 Feb.] 1799 



20 Nov. 1795 



1792 



290 



290 



1814 



367 



368 

A 



1832 



1863 



255 



211 



358 359 



291 

A 



291 



368 

B 



369 



256 



291 

B 



292 

A 



1 86 



1894. 



Name of Lodge. 



212 



Euphrates Lodge. 



10th Lodge of Bengal. 



Lodge Anchor and Hope. 
6th Lodge of Bengal, 1793- 
4th Lodge of Bengal, 1814. 



Chosen Friends' Lodge. 

(in a pamphlet of 1827). 



Lodge Humility with 
Fortitude, 1792- 

1 1th Lodge of Bengal, 1773- 

5th Lodge of Bengal, 1793- 



Rising Sun Lodge. 



Places of Meeting. 



West London Militia, Duke of Kent, Point Hill, 

Royal Hill, Greenwich, London 1812 

At Princess Royal, Paul Street, Finsbury, n 1813 

11 Bunhill Row, Moorfields, 11 1814 

„ Bull and Ram, Old Street, ,p 1817 

„ St. Luke's Head, Old Street, n 1818 

London Militia, White Swan, Bunhill Row, 

Moorfields, n 1821 

At Hope Tavern, Banner Street, St. Luke's, 11 1822 

II White Swan, Bunhill Row, Moorfields, m 1824 

Dukeof Sussex, Haggerston Road, Haggerston, n 1834 

White Hart Tavern, Bishopsgate Street, n 1850 

Masons' Hall, Masons' Avenue, Basinghall St.,i, 1863 

George Hotel, Aldermanbury, n 1867 

Masons' Hall, Masons' Avenue, Basinghall St.,ii 1870 

Holborn Restaurant, Holborn, 11 1886 



Muxadavad [or Murshidabad], Bengal, India 1773 

With the Third Brigade at CawnpOPe 

(Allahabad), N.W. Provinces, India 1792 

" Mem ; — Oct. 1793. By the Return of the Prov. G. Lodge 
of Bengal, dated i March 1793, there appears ' the Lodge of 
the Anchor and Hope, in Calcutta, 6th Lodge of Bengal,' 
but of the constituting of which no account was sent home, 
and by the said return it appears that the Lodge_ No. 292 
with the 3rd Brigade at Cawnpore, does not exist ; it is 
therefore now taken out of the List, and the Lodge of the 
Anchor and Hope placed against No. 292 to make the general 
List of Lodges correspond with the Provincial List of 
Bengal." G.L. Warrant Book. 



Calcutta, Bengal, India 1793 

This Lodge iDas on the Roll until 1816 and then erased. 

It applied for and obtained a Warrant of the Ancients, 
No. 325 (A) of I October 1801, but fell into abeyance shortly 
afterwards. See page 198. 



Division of Artifleers, in Garrison, Elizabeth 

Castle, Jersey, Channel Islands 1795 
Lapsed about 1801. 



Vine Inn, Alphington Street, St. Thomas, 

Exeter, Devonshire 1803 
Courtenay Arms, StarcroSS, 11 1825 



Fort William, Calcutta, Bengal, India 1773 

Ceased to exist about the time of the war in the Carnatic, 
but was constituted anew 27 December 1784, and re-constituted 
ro December 1785, as No. 14 (local). The number 14 was 
changed to No. 11, and a new Constitution granted, 24 
December 1787. 

Seceded and took Athol Warrant No. 317 (A) of 11 April 
1798, so ought to have been erased, but was kept on our 
Register until 1817. See page 195. 



Rising Sun, Northgate Street, Chester, Cheshire 1773 
Erased i February 1786. Reinstated 7 April %']Zj. 
Rinally erased g February 1791. 



Date of Warrant 
or Constitution. 



16 Oct. 1812 

Warrant of Renewal 
as a Civil and 

Stationary Lodge, 
29 June 1835. 



1773 

New Constitution 
granted by Prov. 
G.M. 24 Nov. 1786. 



1793 



24 Dee; 1795 



21 May 1803 



1773 

Re-warranted 

27 December 1784, 

10 December, 1785, & 

24 December, 1787, 



1770 



452 



453 



1780 



359 



360 



21 Sept. 1773 



454 



361 



1 781 



360 



361 



362 



1792 



292 

A 



292 

B 



293 



292 

B 



293 

A 



293 

B 



1814 



1832 



1863 



370 



257 



212 



371 



372 



373 



[ i87 ] 



1894 



Name ok Lodge. 



213 



Lodge of 
PeFseveranee, 

Named in 1817. 



214 



St. John's Lodge. 



Lodge of Hope, 1816. 

Lodge of Hope and Unity, 

1824- 

Romford Lodge, 1845. 

Lodge of Hope and 
Unity, 

again, 1852. 



Union Lodge, 

Named in 1779. 



Union Lodge, 

Named in 1804. 



Places of Meeting. 



Turlcey Cocli, Elm Hill, St. Simonds, NOFWieh, 

Norfolk 1795 
City of Norwich, St. Stephen's Plain, All Saints, 

Norwich 1 801 

The Cock, Rampant Horse Street, n 1805 

CityofNorwich, St. Stephen's Plain, All Saints,ri 1806 

Wild Man, Bedford Street, ,1 1808 

CityofNorwich, St. Stephen's Plain, All Saints,ii 1812 

Angel Inn, St. Stephen's Street, n 1813 

Masonic Tavern, Elm Hill, 1, 1837 

Crown and Angel, St. Stephen's Street, n 1847 

Excise Coffee House, Lower Goat Lane, .1 1850 

Barleycorn, Orford Hill, n 1851 

Masonic Tavern, Elm Hill, n 1852 

Maid's Head, Wensum Street [now 

Magdalen Street], St. Simons', n 1854 

Cabinetmakers' Arms, St. Michael's, n 1854 

Lamb Inn, Haymarket, m 1856 

Rampant Horse Hotel, Rampant Horse St., n 1859 

Masonic Hall, Theatre Plain, n 1861 

Rampant Horse Hotel, Rampant Horse St., n 1865 

Masonic Hall, Theatre Plain, n 1866 

Norfolk Hotel, St. Giles's Street, n 1872 

Rampant Horse Hotel, St. Stephen's Street, n 1873 

Masonic Hall, Theatre Plain, 11 1874 

Lamb Hotel, Haymarket, ir 1876 

Rampant Horse Hotel, St. Stephen's Street, n 1877 

Mas. Rooms, 23, now 47, St. Giles's Street, i. 1879 



Newmarket, Cambridgeshire 1773 

Erased 9 April 1794. 



Ship, Bridge Yard, Tooley St., Southwark, London 1795 

Spread Eagle, cr n it 1800 

Black Horse, Fishmonger Alley, Fenchurch St. ,11 1806 

Black Horse, High Street, Southwark n 1807 

Pitt's Head, Grange Road, Bermondsey, n 1807 

Wheatsheaf, Thames Street, n 1808 

Paul Pindar's Head, Bishopsgate Street, m 1808 

Windmill and Bell, RomfOFd, Essex 1809 

Cock and Bell, Market Place, Romford 1811 

Windmill and Bell, n 1814 

Cock and Hell, Market Place, n 1816 

White Hart Inn, Hare Street, n 1824 

White Hart Hotel, High St., BrentWOOd, Essex 1877 



[Place imhiown] Gateshead, Durham 1773 

Private Room, Hillgate, Gateshead 1779 

Blue Bell, Bridge Street, m 1794 

Goat Inn, Bottle Bank, 11 181 1 

Black Bull, High Street, n 1817 

Joined '^Prince Edwins Lodge" No. 41 \_No. 27, Ancients^ 
of 2 April 1813], 24 Nov. 1817. Infortnaiion apparently 
not /laving been communicated to Grand Lodge ^ botk Lodges 
remained on the Register until ^ December 1827, when tiiey 
were erased. 



Bull's Head, Bank Top, Manchester, Lancashire 1796 

Duke of York, Green Street, Manchester 1799 

Bay Malton, Cockpit Hill, n 1801 

White Hart, Sugar Lane, n 1804 

The Angel, Deansgate, if 1806 

Robin Hood, New Cross, n 1806 

Edinburgh Castle, Blossom Street, m 1810 

Earl Howe, Bengal Street, n 181 1 

Crown and Anchor, Port Street, it 1813 

Lord Nelson, Thorneybrow, n 1816 

Weavers' Arms, Lee Street, m 1818 

Clock Face, Oldham Road, ti 1823 

Duke of Cumberland, Cumberland Street, ti 1825 

SaddleInn,Blackfriar3 Street, Salford, Lancashire 1829 

Legs of Man, Portland Street, Manchester 1832 

Black Lion, Chapel Street, Salford 1833 

Erased i June 1836. 
In Ahiman Rezon 1813, No.s. 295 (A) and 296 (A) are 

transposed, in error. 



Date of Warrant 
or Constitution. 



24 Dee. 1795 

Warrant of 

Confirmation, 

8 Feb. 1876. 

Subsequently 

returned, the original 

Warrant having been 

found. 



1773 



3 Nov. 1795 



16 Oct. 1773 

Constituted 
8 Nov. 1773. 



26 Jan. 1796 



1770 



1780 



1781 



1792 



294 



1814 



374 



1832 



258 



1863 



213 



455 



362 



363 



294 



295 



375 



259 



214 



456 



363 



364 



296 



376 



296 



377 



260 



i894 



Name of Lodge. 



Williamsburg Lodge. 



215 



Lodge of Commeree, 

Named in 1832. 



Botetourt Lodge, 



Lodge of Unanimity. 



Lodge Frederick. 



216 



Lodge of Concord, 1804. 

Harmonic Lodge, 

1819. 



[Dormant 1830-1838.] 



Places of Meeting. 



Williamsburg' (Gloucester), Virginia, 

U.S. of America 1773 

Was kefit on English Register until 1813. G. L. of 
Virginia luas/orjned 13 October 1778. 



Sun, Cockpit Hill, Manchester, Lancashire 1796 

Cannon, Cannon Street, Manchester 1797 

Sun, Thornby Row, n 1799 

Wheatsheaf, High Street, n 1802 

Admiral Nelson's Head, New Cross, n 1803 

Balloon Inn, Balloon Street, n 1803 

Crown and Cushion, Deansgate, n 1803 

Bay Malton, Cockpit Hill, n 1804 

White Hart, Sugar Lane, pt 1807 

Bay Malton, Cockpit Hill, n 1808 

The Grapes, John Street, n 1809 

Prince of Wales, Miller Street, n 181 3 

Church Tavern, Old Churchyard, u 1816 

Lord Nelson, Shude Hill, „ 1818 

Sir Sidney Smith, Newton Street, n 1823 

Sir Sidney Smith, Port Street, n 1826 

Jolly Angler, Green Street, _ n 1828 

Commercial Inn, Manchester Road, Haslingden, 

Lancashire 1831 



Botetourt (Gloucester), Virginia, 

U.S. of America 1773 

Was retained on our Register until 1813. The G. L. of 
Virginia, was formed 13 October 1778. 



West Middlesex Militia, Dover, Kent 1796 

No Records after 1796. 



1st Battalion, Eighty-flfth Regiment, Jersey, 

Channel fslands l8oi 
At Stoney Hill (Surrey), Jamaica, West Lndies 1803 

Kent 1809 

Devonshire 1810 

Kent 1812 

1813 

1814 

West Indies 1845 



Brabourne Lees Barracks, 
M Ottery St. Mary, 
Ti Hythe, 
.1 Brabourne Lees 

In the Eighty-fifth Regiment 

Was at St. Vincent's, 



773 



Warrant returned by order of Commanding Ojfficer^ 
3 A ugust 1846, andLodge erased. 



CaSSel, Hesse-Cassel, Germany 

Constituted on the part of England by the Royal York. 

Closed by Electoral Edict in 1794, but remained on English 
Register until 1813. 



Merlin's Cave, Mersey St., Liverpool, Lancashire 1796 

American Hotel, Wapping, Liverpool 1800 

Merlin's Cave, Mersey Street, n 1800 

Peggy's Tavern, Ijver Street, n 1801 

Ward's Castle Tavern, Lord Street, n 1804 

Preston's Circus Hotel, Christian Street, 11 1819 

Star, Williamson Square, n 1827 

Blue Bell, London Road, n 1838 

Rainbow Hotel, Williamson Square, 11 1838 

Clayton Hotel, Clayton Square, m 1847 

Adelphi Hotel, Ranelagh Place, n 1847 



Date of Warrant 
or Constitution. 



6 Nov. 1773 



26 Jan. 1796 



6 Nov. 1773 



9 Feb. 1796 



1 Jan. 1801 



1770 



457 



458 



1780 



364 



365 



1781 



365 



366 



1792 



296 



297 



297 



13 Aug. 1773 

Registered in 

London, 
19 Nov. 1774. 



22 April 1796 



459 



366 



367 



298 



298 

A 



298 

B 



1814 



1832 



1863 



378 



261 



215 



379 



262 



299 



380 



263 



216 



[ 189 ] 



i894 



217 



Name of Lodge. 



Lodge of Good Friends. 



Lodge of Stability, 

Named in 1816. 



218 



Lodge of Liberty and 
Sincerity. 

Freemasons' Hall Medal 
(1786;. 



Lodge of Liberty and 
Sincerity. 



Provincial Grand Lodge, 
No. 1. 



219 



Lodge True Friendship 

No. 1 of Bengal, 1797. 
3rd Lodge of Bengal, 1818. 



Lodge of Prudence, 

Named in 1783. 



Places of Meeting. 



Roseau, island of Dominica, 

Erased in 1813. 



West Indies IJT^ 



Crown, near St. Dunstan's Passage, Fleet Street, 

London 1797 

Bell and Crown, Holborn, ti 1799 

Brewers' Arms, Upper Thames Street, „ 1799 

Crown, Essex Street, Strand, „ 1802 

White Hart, Chancery Lane, 1, 1803 

Three Tuns, West Smithfield, „ 1803 

Britannia, Little Britain, „ 1804 

Paul Pindar's Head, Bishopsgate Street, n 1807 

Weavers' Arms, Brown's Lane, Spitalfields, n 1808 

Anchor, Bishopsgate Street, n 1809 

White Hart, „ „ 18 10 

Saracen's Head, Camomile St., Bishopsgate St.,i, 1810 

White Hart, Bell Yard, Gracechurch Street,, n 1819 

Anchor, St. Mary at Hill, Tower Street, „ 1822 

Crown and Cushion, London Wall, n 1833 
Hambro' Coffee Plouse, Water Lane, 

Tower Street, „ 1836 

Bay Tree Tavern, St. Swithin's Lane, n 1838 

George and Vulture Tavern, Cornhill, ,1 1841 

Green Dragon, Bishopsgate Street, n 1855 
Bank of Friendship Tavern, Bancroft Place, 

Mile End, „ 1864 

George Hotel, Aldermanbury, „ 1866 

Anderton's Hotel, Fleet Street, „ 1869 



[Place unknown] 'SviAg'VfSitQV, Somersetshire 1774 
Crown Inn, St. Mary Street, Bridgwater 1788 

Last Register at Bridgwater 30 May 1800. Lapsed about 1Z01, 



Market House Inn, Fore Street, Wellington, 

Somersetshire 1804 
Erased $ March 1828. 



Masons' Hall, Port Royal Street, Kingston 

(Kingston, Surrey), Jamaica, West Indies 1796 
Erased in 1813. 

The " Union " number 383, which would have been taken 
by this Lodge, if active, was assigned to No. 315 (A), by 
which the sequence was broken. There is no evidence that 
No. 315 (A) took No. 301 (A) in 1813. 



Calcutta, Bengal, India 1797 

United with ^^ Aurora Lodge" No. 816 {of 2-^ June 1814], 
17 August 1830. 

Freemasons' Hall, 55 Bentinck Street, Calcutta 1862 



Punch Bowl, 

Boot and Shoe, 

Pied Bull Inn, Bridge Street, 

Lord Nelson, Bradshawgate, 

White Horse, Market Street, 

Lord Nelson, Bradshawgate, 



Leigh, Lancashire 1774 
Leigh 1783 

ir 1809 

„ I8I5 

II 1822 

1835 



Queen's Hotel, Rise Lane, Todmordcn, Lancashire 1 847 
Masonic Hall, Old Market Place, Todmorden 1862 



Date of Warrant 
or Constitution. 



29 Nov. 1773 



1 March 1797 



1770 



460 



1780 



367 



1781 



368 



19 Feb. 1774 



[21 Feb.] 1804 



1 June 1796 



27 Dee. 1797 



24 Feb. 1774 

Centenary Warrant, 
II June 1877. 



461 



462 



368 



369 



1792 



1814 



1832 



1863 



299 



300 



381 



264 



217 



369 



370 



300 

A 



300 

B 



301 



382 



301 



315 

B 



383 



265 



218 



384 



266 



219 



I go 



Name of Lodge. 



Royal Military Lodge. 



220 



Loge Parfaite Egalite 
Lyonnese. 



Lodge of Harmony, 

Named in 1819. 



Unity Lodge, No. 2. 



221 



St. John's Lodge, 

Named in 1807. 



Places of Meeting. 



Crown and Anchor, High St. , Woolwich, London 1774 

New Barracks Tavern, Woolwich Common, n 1775 

Crown and Anchor, High Street, Woolwich, n 1778 

Ship Tavern, George Street, m n 1780 

Erased il February 1784. 



Three Old Tongues, Pearl Street, Spitalfields, 

London 1774 

Erased 12 April 1780. 



Brown Cow, Lord Street, Liverpool, Lancashire 1796 
Ferguson's Neptune Coffee House, Old Hall 

Street, Liverpool 1799 

Kneen's, John Street, n 1800 

Lewis's, Richmond Street, h 1800 

Waggon and Horses, College Street, n 1802 

Coach and Horses, n n i8c6 

Coghlan's, Sir Thomas's Buildings, 11 1806 

Lord Nelson, Lord Nelson Street, n 1808 

Thrown Cow, Lord Street, m 1S09 

Birmingham Tavern, Cross Street, n 1809 

Quay's Inn, King Street, n 1811 

Shakespear Tavern, Liver Street, n 1S13 

Vine Tavern, Pitt Street, pi 1816 

Magpie and Stump, Key Street, n 1822 

Robin Hood, Great Cross Hall Street, n 1823 

Masonic Rooms, Mercer Street, n 1823 

Vine, Pitt Street, n 1824 

Punch Bowl, Bachelor Street, n 1825 

Nag's Head, Cockspur Street, n 1826 

Private Rooms, Mary Hone [Mary-la-Bonne], tp 1S30 

Union Tavern, Sir Thomas's Buildings, n 1831 

Travellers' Rest, Scotland Road, n 1834 

Haymarket Tavern, Haymarket, n 183S 

York Hotel, Williamson Square, n 1839 

George and Vulture Hotel, Houghton Street, n 1842 

Grapes Inn, Milk Street, n 1S47 

Woolton Hotel, Mueh WooltOn, Lancashire 1852 

Wellington Hotel, Wellington Street, Garston, 

Lancashire 1857 

Gaiston Hotel, St. Mary's Road, Garston 1872 

Wellington Plotel, Wellington Street, n 187S 

Garston Hotel, St. Mary's" Road, 11 1881 



Savannah, Georgia, 



U.S. of America 1774 



Was kepi on English Register until 1813. TJie G. L. of 
Georgia ivas forjned 16 Dec. 1786. 



Hand and Banner, Deansgate, Bolton, Lancashire i'j')'] 

Lord Nelson, Derby Street, Bolton 1800 

Millstone, Deansgate, ir 1802 

Four Horse Shoes, Deansgate, 11 1802 

Elephant and Castle [Bank Street], 11 1805 

Four Horse Shoes, Deansgate, n 1809 

Weavers' Arms, Bradshawgate, ip 1810 

The Volunteer, pi ip 1811 

Four Horse Shoes, Deansgate, ip 1812 

The Volunteer, Bradshawgate, pp 1816 

Two Mill Stones, Crown Street, pp 1820 

Prince William, Bradshawgate, pp 1825 

Private Room, Little Bolton, pp 1826 

Four Horse Shoes, Deansgate, ,p 1828 

Wheatsheaf Inn, Bank Street, pp 1837 

Legs of Man Inn, Chuichgate, pp 1846 

Commercial Hotel, Town Hall Square, pi 1856 

Freemasons' Hall, Silverwell Street, pp 1887 



19 March 1774 



Date of Warrant 
or Constitution. 



18 April 1774 



27 Dee. 1796 



1774 



15 March 1797 

Constituted 
20 April 1797. 



1770 



463 



1780 



370 



1781 



371 



1792 



1814 



1832 



1863 



464 



302 



385 



267 



220 



465 



371 



372 



302 



303 



386 



268 



221 



igi 



1894 



222 



223 



Name of Lodge. 



Lodge of the Nine Muses, 
No. 1. 



Inhabitants' Lodge, 

Named in 1803. 



Lodge of the Muse Urania, 
No. 2. 



St. Andrew's Lodge, 1806. 

St. Andrew's Lodge East, 

1816. 

St. Andrew's Lodge, 

again, 1863. 



Lodge of Beliona, No. 3. 



Royal Invalids' Lodge, 

1801. 

Lodge of Charity, 

1809. 



Places of Meeting. 



St. Petersburg (St. Petersbm-g), 



Russia 1774 



These 5 Russian Lodges, No. 466 to 470, warranted by the 
Prov. G. L. of Russia, joined the National Grand Lodge in 
1776. If they lasted long enough they must have been 
extinguished, by command of the Empress, in 1794. If these 
Lodges were subsequently re-opened they could not have 
survived the final decree of Alexander in 1822, which is still 
in force. 

Erased frovi English Register in 1813. 



Prince of Wales' Head, Woolwich, London 1797 

Kfeemasons' Hall, Rectory Place, Woolwich, n 1803 
Salutation, Beresford Square, u n 1804 

The Fortune of War, Thomas Street, m u 1809 

Erased 5 March 1828. 



St. Petersburg (St. Petersburg), 

See Remarks on No. 466, ante. 
Erased fro^i English Register in 1813. 



Russia 1774 



London 



Bell, Thames Street, 
Blue Anchor, Upper East Smithfield 
St. Andrew's, Hermitage, Wapping, 
Coopers' Arms, Lower East .Smithfield, 
King's Head, Bakers Row, Whitechapel Road, 
Northumberland Arms, Hh.idwell Dock, 
King Harry's Head, Red l.ion St., Whitechapel, 
Red Lion and Spread Eagle, High Street, 

Whitechapel, 
King's Arm's, Aldersgate Street, 
Vine Inn, Bishopsgate Street, 
George and Vulture Tavern, Cornhill, 
London Tavern, Bishopsgate Street, 
Inns of Court Hotel, Lincoln's Inn Fields, 
London Masonic Club, loi Queen Victoria St., 
Holborn Viaduct Hotel, Holborn, 
The Albion Tavern, Aldersgate Street, 



1797 
1799 
1802 
1808 
1816 
1817 
1819 

1821 
1829 
1833 
1837 
1852 
1876 



St. Petersburg (St. Petersburg), 

.See Remarks on No. 466, ante. 
Erased from English Register in 1813. 



Russia 1774 



Prince George, Plymouth Dock [now 

Devonport], Devonshire 1797 
Hambro' Arms, St. Mawes, Cornwall 1797 

Earl Howe, Clowen Lane, Plymouth Dock I799 

Last Meeting 19 Nov. 1799. 



Welcome Home Sailor, Plymouth Doek 

[now Devonport], Devonshire 1799 
Warrant purchased by '* Royal Invalids' Corps," Dec. 1799. 

Fountain Tavern, Grand Parade, Plymouth, 

Devonshire 1800 

Fishing Smack, South Side Street, Plymouth 1804 

Crown and Anchor, Barbican, m 1804 

Fountain Tavern, Grand Parade, n 1805 

Frankfort Inn, Frankfort Street, n 1806 

Salutation Inn, Higher Batter Street, n 1808 

Fountain Tavern, Grand Parade, n 1812 

Queen's Head Tavern, Parade, n 1818 

Lodge Rooms, 2 Prospect Buildings, Millbay, h 1823 

Lamb Inn, Treville Street, n 1828 

Freemasons' Hall, Cornwall Street, u 1829 

Treeby's School Room, Tavistock Place, \\ 1832 

Golden Fleece, East Street, m 1833 

King's Arms Hotel, Briton Side, m 1856 

Masonic Rooms, 193 Union Street, n 1861 

Freemasons' Hall, l Princess Square, n 1888 



Date of Warrant 
or Constitution. 



1774 



2 May 1797 



1774 



17 Aug. 1797 



1774 



7 Sept. 1797 

Constituted 
22 Sept. 1797. 



27 Dee. 1799 



1770 



466 



467 



468 



1780 



372 



373 



374 



1781 



373 



374 



375 



1792 



303 



304 



305 



1814 



1832 



1863 



304 



305 



306 

A 



306 

B 



387 



388 



269 



222 



389 



270 



223 



192 



i894 



224 



Name of Lodge. 



Lodge of Mars, No. 4. 



St. George's Lodge, 1797. 
Atlantic Phoenix Lodge 

1847. 



Lodge of the Muse Clio, 
No. 5. 



Concord Lodge, 

Named in 1803. 



225 



St. Bede's Lodge. 



St. Luke's Lodge. 



Places of Meeting. 



Yassy [or Jassy] (Moldavia), 

See Remarks on No. 466, ante. 
Erased fro7n English Register in 1813. 



Russia ITU 



House of Bro. Trott, Flatts Village, Island of 

Bermuda, West Indies 1797 
Freemasons' Hall, St. George'S, 

St. George's Island, Bermuda 1801 
Masonic Rooms, Reid Street, Hamilton, n 1810 

Freemasons' Hall, n Hamilton 1848 

Coffee House, n 1850 

Town Hall, „ 1850 

Freemasons' Hall, Reid Street, 11 1850 



Moscow (Moscow), 

See Remarks on No. 466, ante. 
Erased fro7n English Register in 1813. 



Russia 1774 



Oisten's Town, island of Barbados, West indies 1797 

Temple, Bridgetown, Barbados 1803 

Oisten's Town, n 1813 

Temple, Bridgetown, •^ 1817 

Erased 2 December 1829. 



King of Prussia, South Shields, Durham 1774 

Black Lion, South Shields 1788 

Wheatsheaf, Market Place, Morpeth, 

NortJiumlierland 1 789 

Private Room, Morpeth 1793 

Spread Eagle, Castle Square, n 1795 

Masonic Rooms, Herbert's Buildings, u 1805 

Erased in 1815. 



Fifty-second Regiment of Foot 1797 

2nd Battalion, Eighty-flfth Regiment, 

Jersey, Channel Islands 1801 
At Newport, IsU of Wight, Hamfsliire 1801 

M Portsmouth, ir 1801 

Lapsed about i3o2. 

I can trace no evidence of a transfer of this Warrant from 
52nd to 85th Regiment. A recital in the next Warrant of 20 
Oct. 1803, that " No. 309 was first installed in 80th Regt. of 
Foot, loth Oct. 1797," does not appear to he borne out by 
the records, the entries in the Register being continuous from 
1797 to August 1801. 



See page no. 



Westminster Militia, ColChester, Essex 1804 

Duke of York, Woodbridge St., Ipswich, Suffollc 1805 

Bear and Crown Inn, Westgate Street, Ipswich 1806 

Great White Horse Inn, Tavern Street, n 1809 

White Hart Inn, Lawrance Lane, n 1810 

Great White Horse Inn, Tavern Street, n 181 1 

Admiral's Head, St. Margaret's Street, n i8l6 

United with '^ Lodge 0/ Perfect Friendship" No. 480 [No. 
479 <2^23 Sept. 1785], n/une 1820. 

Coach and Horses Hotel, Brook Street, Ipswich 1837 

Cock and Pie, Upper Brook Street, n 1841 

Coach and Horses Hotel, Brook Street, n 1856 

Masonic Hall, Brook Street, n 1877 

Golden Lion Hotel, Cornhill, n 1878 

Freemasons' Hall, Soane Street, n 1879 



Date of Warrant 
or Constitution. 



1774 



9 Aug. 1797 



1774 



27 Sept. 1797 



7 May 1774 



27 Sept. 1797 



20 Oct. 1803 



20 Oct. 1804 

[Works under the 

Warrant of 

20 Oct. 1803.] 



1770 



469 



470 



471 



1780 
375 



376 



377 



1781 



376 



377 



378 



1792 



306 



307 



308 



307 



308 



309 

A 



309 

B 

309 

c 



1814 



390 



391 



392 



1832 



271 



393 272 



1863 



224 



225 



[ 193 ] 



1 894 



Name of Lodge. 



226 



Lodge of Harmony. 



Benevolent Lodge. 



Lodge of Harmony. 



Loge des Amis Reunis. 



Lodge of Benevolence. 



Durnovarian Lodge. 



Helvetiek Union Lodge. 



Places of Meeting. 



Date of Warrant 
or Constitution. 



Three Crowns Tavern, St. Peter Port, Guernsey, 

Channel Islands 1774 
Last payment 1783. Erased {Warrant forfeited) in 1812. 



Wild Man, Middleham, Yorkshire 1774 

Erased 13 February 1788. 



Sun Inn, Thomas Street, Monk Wearmouth 

Shore, Durham 1774 
Erased 10 Fehrtiary 1790. 



Turlc's Head, Gerrard Street, Soho, London 1774 

Erased^ February 1777. 



Private Rooms, 1 1 Paradise Street, Blaekburn, 

Lancashire 1798 

Wheatsheaf, Darwen Street, Blackburn 1799 

Masons' Arms, Northgate, 11 1801 

Angel Inn, King Street, 11 1803 

Castle Inn, Market Street, n 1803 

King's Arms, Northgate, ir 1810 

Cross Keys, Blakely Moor, 11 1824 

Swan Inn, Astley Gate, n 1838 

Red Lion Inn, Halifax Road, LittleborOUgh, 

Lancashire 1845 



King's Arms, High East Street, Dorehester, 

Dorsetshire 1775 
Royal Oak, High West Street, Dorchester 1785 

Antelope Inn, Cornhill, 1, 1799 

Erased! Decejnber 1830. 



Sixth or Innlskilling Dragoons, Romford, 

Essex 1797 

At Bristol, Gloucestershire 1801 

II Lewes, Sussex i8o5 

II York, Yorkshire 1807 

II Edinburgh, RlidlotMan, Scotland 1808 

11 Dublin, Dublin, Ireland 181 1 

In 6th or Inniskilling Regiment of Dragoons 1814 

Erased in 1837, 



Paul's Head Tavern, Cateaton Street, London 1775 
Erased 10 April 1782. Reinstated 13 April 1791. 

Ship Tavern, Leadenhall Street, n 1791 

Erased again 15 April 1795. 



Prince of Wales's Feneible Cavalry 1798 

No Records after 1798. 

In Ahiman Rezon 1804, it is said to be at " Manchester," 
and in Ahiman Rezon 1807, is designated "Princess of 
Wales's Feneible Cavalry." 



1774 



1 Nov. 1774 



25 



22 Nov. 1774 



24 Nov. 1774 



31 Oct. 1797 

Constituted 
I March 1798. 



1770 



1780 



1781 



1792 



I814 



1832 



1863 



472 



473 



378 



379 



379 



380 



309 



474 



380 



381 



475 



310 



394 



273 



226 



23 Jan, 1775 



18 Dee. 1797 



476 



381 



382 



310 



395 



311 



396 



274 



23 Jan. 1775 



12 Feb. 1798 



477 



382 



383 



311 



312 

A 



194 



1 894 



Name of Lodge. 



227 



lonie Lodgre, 

Named in 1825. 



Sun and Sector Lodge, 

Named in 1814. 



Loge St. Jean de la 
Nouvelle Esperance. 



228 



Lodge of United 

Strength, 

Named in 1817. 



True and Faithful Lodge. 



True and Faithful Lodge. 



Places of Meeting. 



Fortune of War, Thomas St., Woolwich, London 18 10 

Shakespeare Tavern, Powis Street, m ir l8li 

Ordnance Arms, Heresford Square, n n 1812 

Golden Anchor, Church Street, m fi 1817 

Coopers' Arms, High Street, n n 1820 

White Swan, The Village, Old Charlton, Kent 1825 

George and Vulture Tavern, Cornhill, London 1835 

King's Head Tavern, Poultry, n 1851 

Ship and Turtle Tavern, Leadenhall Street, ir 1854 

The Criterion, Piccadilly, n 1893 



Sun and Sector, WoPklngton, Cumberland \T]/i, 

Mrs. Mary Messenger's, Workington 1784 

Green Dragon, Portland Square, n 17S5 
Erased i March 1828. 



Eleventh Regiment of Foot, Norwich, 

Norfolk 1798 
At St. Pierre, Island of Martinique, West Indies 1807 
Lapsed before the Union, 



Turin (Piedmont), Italy 1775 

If this Lodge lived, and did not join one of the many 
Sardinian G. Lodges, it must have been crushed by the 
Royal Edict of 20 May 1794. 

It luas, however^ on English Register until 1813. 



Green Dragon, Paradise Row, Chelsea, London 1798 

Five Bells, Chelsea, n 1803 

Tuns, Moor Street, Soho Square, n 1805 

Saddler's Arms, Swallow Street, n 1809 

Artichoke, Lower Marsh, Lambeth, n 1821 

Gun, Lambeth Road, Lambeth, 11 1822 

Red Lion, Parliament Street, n 1824 

Shakespeare's Head, Covent Garden, pi 1825 

New Exchange Coffee House, Strand, n 1826 

Furnival's Inn Coffee House, Holborn, n 1828 

Salisbury Tavern, Bear Street, Leicester Square,ii 1829 

Princes Head Tavern, Princes St., Westminster, n 1832 

Crown, York Street, n 11 1836 

Two Brewers, Stretton Grounds, !i n 1841 

Gun Tavern, Lupus Street, Pimlico, n 1843 
Old Jerusalem Tavern, St. John's Gate, 

Clerkenwell, n 1857 

Guildhall Tavern, Gresham Street, 11 1877 



Rose Inn, High Street, Dartford, Kent 1775 

Granby's Head, High Street, Dartford 1779 

White Bear, High Street, West Mailing, Kent 1787 

Lapsed about 1803. 



Rose and Crown, High Street, Sudbury, Suffolk 1805 
Erased 3 December 1851. 



Lisbon (Estremadura), Portugal 1798 

Last Record 19 January 1799. 

See page 189. 



19 Feb. 1798 



25 March 1775 



Date of Warrant 
or Constitution. 



25 April 1810 



22 April 1774 



19 March 1798 



13 June 1775 



1805 



11 April 1798 



27 Dee. 1797 



1770 



1780 



1781 



1792 



1814 



1832 



[863 



312 

B 



397 



275 



227 



478 



383 



384 



312 



398 



313 



479 



384 



385 



313 



314 



399 



276 



228 



480 



385 



386 



314 

A 



314 

B 



400 



277 



315 

A 



315 

B 



195 



i894 



229 



Name of Lodge. 



Grenadiers' Lodge. 



Royal Lebanon Lodge, 

Named in 1804. 



12th Lodge of Bengal, 

1773- 
4th Lodge of Bengal, 

1793- 

Lodge St. George in the 
East, 

Named in 1792. 

Lodge True Friendship, 

1793- 



Lodge True Friendship. 
No. 2. 



Lodge Humility with 
Fortitude. 

4th Lodge of Bengal, 

1820. 



Green Island Lodge, 
No. S. Jamaica. 



Lodge of Justice. 



Lodge of Harmony, 

Named in 1823. 



Lodge of Lueea, 

Named in 1780. 

No. 9, Jamaica, 
also called Hanover Lodge. 



Places op Meeting. 



Savannah, Georgia, 



U.S. of America 1775 



Was kept on English Register until 1813. G. L. of 
Georgia was formed 1^ December 1786. 



Boothall Inn, Westgate Street, GlOUCesteP, 

Gloucestershire 1799 
Bell Inn, Southgate Street, Gloucester 1817 

Private Rooms, New Inn Lane, n 1 82 1 

Erased 5 December 1838. 



With the Third Brigade, in Garrison, 

Fort William, Calcutta, Bengal, India 1773 
Was at Berhampore (Murshidabad), India 1788 

Received a New Constitution on 24 December 1787, 
as No. 10 (Local). 

Lapsed about 179B. 

Members of No. 10, who could not go to Berhampore, 
obtained another Warrant, No. 12 (local), which was reported 
by Prov. G. L. to G. L., 28 Oct. 1788. 



Calcutta, Bengal, India 1788 

Lodge No. 12 (local) seems to have taken the name "True 
Friendship," at the end of last Century, when the original 
" True Friendship," No. 10 (local), had died out. 

" True Friendship, No. 2," secededfrom the Modems, and 
took Athol IVarrant No. 2^s,it Deceinieri-m. Seepage 189. 



Royal Artillery, Fort William, Calcutta, 

Bengal, India 1798 

Seceded from the Moderns. See No. 293, page 186. 
Fort William, Calcutta 1820 

Freemasons' Hall, 55 Bentinck Street, ,1 1862 



Green Island (Hanover, Cornwall), Jamaica, 

West Indies 1775 
Erased in 1813. 



Turk's Head, Turk's Head Yard, PreStOn, 

Lancashire I77S 
King's Arms, Church Street, Preston 1779 

Erased February 1780. Reinstated 12 April 1780. 
Erased again 17 November 1784. 



The Harrow, Old BFOmpton, Kent 1799 

Lord Nelson, Wood Street, Old Brompton 1816 

Queen's Head, High Street, n 1823 

Uniiedwith " Globe Lodge," No. 306 \_No. 243 (A) 
^13 Dec. 1787], in 1824. 



Lucea (Hanover, Cornwall), Jamaica, 

West Indies I77S 
Erased in 1813. 



Date of Warrant 
or Constitution. 



1775 



18 Jan. 1799 



1773 

New Constitution 
24 December 1787. 



1770 



1780 



481 



386 



1781 



387 



1792 



315 



1814 



1832 



1863 



316 



401 



278 



482 



387 



388 



316 

A 



24 July 1788 



11 April 1798 

Warrants of 

Confirmation, 

22 September 1821, 

and 18 August 1859. 



1775 



28 Dee. 1775 



28 Feb. 1799 

"Warrant of 
Confirmation, 
29 April 1S23. 



1775 



316 

B 



317 



402 



279 



229 



483 



484 



388 



389 



389 



317 



390 



318 



403 



485 



390 



391 



318 



[ 196 ] 



Name of Lodge. 



Sociable Lodge, 
No. 10, Jamaica. 



Union Lodge, 
No. 11, Jamaica. 



230 



Lodge of Fidelity, 

Named in 1817. 



Union Lodge, 
No. 12, Jamaica. 



Temple Lodge. 



Argyle Lodge, 

Named in 1818. 



Places of Meeting. 



Spanish Town (St. Catherine, Middlesex), 

Jamaica, i-i^<--st inJies 1775 

Erased 20 November 1782. 



Date of Warrant 
or Constitution. 



In Garrison, Calcutta, 



Bengal^ India 1799 



The page in G. L. Register is blank, excepting the number 
"31c)." "No. I Calcutta, No. 319 upon the English 
Registry, "is noted in G. L. Proc, 6 March 1799. As No. 
315 (A) was No. I of Bengal, it would appear that this number 
was entered in error. It is not in Ahiman Rezon 1804 or 1807, 
but Ahiman Rezon 1813 has "Lisbon" for No. 319, which 
again seems to have been intended for No. 315. The reason 
for its having a " Union " number is not manifest. 



Freemasons' Hall, St. George Street, Savanna-la- 
Mar (Westmoreland, Cornwall), Jamaica, 

West Indies 1775 
Erased in 1813. 



Acorn Tav., Rotherhithe St., Rotherhithe, London 1799 
Lapsed in i8og. Transferred to Kingsand in 1810. 



The Hotel, Kingsand (Cawsand), Cormvall, 1810 
Commercial Inn, Old Town Street, Plymouth, 

Devonshire 18 1 7 

Pope's Head Inn, Southside Street, Plymouth 1818 

Bedford Hotel, Old Town, „ 1820 

Commercial Hotel, n ir 1821 

Salutation Inn, Fore Street, Topsham, Devonshire 1828 

Angel Hotel, Fore Street, TivertOn, u 1831 

Freemasons' Hall, Tiverton 1834 

Private Room, Cumberland Ope, DeVOnpOPt. 

Devonshire i860 

Private Room, 33 Fore Street, Devonport i85i 

Private Room, 54 Chapel Street, u 1S62 

Ebrington Masonic Hall, Granby Street, m 1879 



Island of CuPaSOa, IVcsl Indies 1775 

Detroit, " in Canada," now in Michigan, 

U.S, 0/ America 1778 
Erased in 1813. 



Duke William, King St., BplStOl, Gloucestershire 1776 
Bath Chair, on the Quay, Bristol 1779 

Erased 17 November 1784. 



Nlnety-flpst Regiment, Cape Town, 

Cape Colony, Souih Africa 1800 

At AshfoPd Barracks, Ashford, Kent iSo6 

11 Fermoy Barracks, Cork, Ireland 1807 

II Deal, Kent 1809 

II Ramsgate, Kent 1810 

II Ordnance Arms, Canterbury, Kent 181 1 

II New Brorapton, Kent 1S12 

In the Ninety-first Regiment 1814 

Erased 5 March 1828. 



1775 



1799 



1775 



2 May 1799 



10 Aug. 1810 

[Has the above 

Warrant of 2 May 

I799-] 



1770 



486 



487 



/ / 

—4755 



1780 



391 



392 



1781 



392 



393 



488 



6 Feb. 1776 



27 Aug. 1800 



489 



393 



1792 



319 



394 



319 



320 

A 



320 

B 



1814 



1832 



1863 



404 



405 



280 



230 



320 



394 



395 



321 



406 



197 



1 894 


Name of Lodge. 


Places of Meeting. 


Date of Warrant 
or Constitution. 


1770 


1780 


1781 


1792 


A 


1814 


1832 


1863 


231 


St. Andrew's Lodge. 


Coach and Horses, Little Queen Ann Street 


























East, Marylebone, London 


1776 


28 Feb. 1776 


490 


395 


396 


321 




407 


281 


231 






Half Moon, Chipstone Street, Marylebone, m 


1777 


^^arrant of 






















Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Hroad Street, Golden Sq.,11 


1781 


Confirmation, 






















Bell, St. James's Market, n 


1784 


I June 1829. 






















Robin Hood, Charles Street, St. James's Sq., n 


1789 


Centenary Warrant, 






















Black Dog, St. James's Market, 11 


1800 


13 Dec. 1875. 






















St. James's Tavern, Marylebone St. , Golden Sq. , n 


1806 
























Wheatsheaf, in the Strand, n 


1807 
























Freemasons' Tavern, Great Queen Street, h 


1809 
























While Lion, Oxford Street, 11 


1810 
























King's Head, Cumberland Street, Oxford St., !■ 


1811 
























Union Tavern, Union Street, Blackfriars, n 


1812 
























Three Tuns 'i'avern, I'etter Lane, it 


1813 
























Cannon Coffee House, Cockspur Street, n 


1819 
























Old Betty's Coffee House, Strand, n 


1822 
























Queen's Arms Tavern, St. James's Street, n 


1824 
























Man in the Moon, Vine Street, Piccadilly, n 


1825 
























British Coffee House, Cockspur Street, it 


1826 
























Anderton's Hotel, Fleet Street, m 


1827 
























Exeter Arms, I'^arl Street, Lisson Grove, n 


1829 
























The (Jrand Hotel, Covent Garden, n 


1839 
























I'iazza Coffee House, n m 


1S45 
























Freemasons' Tavern, Great Queen Street, n 


1847 
























Freemasons' Hall, ii n 


1865 






















Lodge of Harmony. 


White Horse, Baldock, Hertfordshire 
Erased 7 p'ebrjtary 1787. 

Seventy-eighth Regiment, Fort William, 

Calcutta, Bengal, India 
In the Seventy-eighth Regiment 

Erased i December 1830. 


1776 

180I 
1814 


March 1776 
12 March 1801 


491 


396 


397 


•• 


322 


408 


•• 






King's Arms Lodge, 1776. 


King's Arms, Kew Green, Kevv, London 
Golden Fleece, Old Palace Yard, n 


1776 
1779 


7 May 1776 


492 


397 


398 


322 




409 








Lodge of Perseverance, 


Westminster Aims, Tothill St., Westminster, n 


1790 






















1779. 

Royal York Lodge of 

Perseverance, 


In the Coldstream Regiment of Guards, n 
1793 to 1S21 
























1793- 


Blue Anchor, York Street, Westminster, 11 
Suttling House, Horse (Juards, Whitehall, n 
Admiral Vernon's Head, North Audley Street, „ 
The Crown Tavern, Museum Street, n 
Furnival's Inn Coffee House, Holborn, n 
Wood's Hotel, Furnival's Inn, Holborn, 11 

United miih " Lodge of Hope," No. 7 INo. 4 (A) of 6 Sept. 
1769], 12 Maj-ch 1832. 


1797 
1798 
1S22 
1826 
1828 
1829 






















Weymouth Lodge. 


Good's Rooms, WeymOUth, Dorsetshire 
Erased 23 November 1785. 


1776 


6 June 1776 


493 


398 


399 


•• 




•• 






232 


Marine Lodge. 


Calcutta, Bengal, India 
Freemasons' Hall, 55 Bentinck Street, Calcutta 


180I 
1879 


4 March 1801 

Warrant of 
Confirmation, 


• • 


• • 


• • 




323 


410 


282 


232 




Sth Lodge of Bengal, 

1817. 


Is stated to have been in existence as a Modern Lodge 
























about 1769, and to have seceded in 1801. The Modern Lodge 




4 Julyji846. 




















In abeyance from Dec. 1843 


does not appear on English Register, although it was on the 
























to June 1845, and from Dec. 1849 


Provincial. See List in Part IV. 
























~ oDec. 1852. 


























Lodge of Concord. 


Star Inn, High St., Southampton, Hampshire 
Guildhall, High Street, Southampton 

Not in Engraved List of 1775, butat the end thereof the 
date is written " i July 1775," and in T776 List, the date, 
which was engraved 1776, is altered in MS. to 1775. 
Erased ill 1813. 


1775 
1782 


1 July 1775 


494 


399 


400 


323 








' * 



[ 198 ] 



1 894 



233 



234 



Name of Lodge. 



Somerset Lodge, i8oi. 

Prince Alfred Lodge, 

1862. 



Royal Oak Lodge, 



Lodge of Unity. 



Anchor & Hope Lodge. 

6th Lodge of Bengal, 1817. 

Placed in abeyance 31 Dec. 1849. 

Dormant a long time prior to 

26 October 1871. 



Lodge of Honour, 

Named in 1784. 

Freemasons' Hall Medal 
(1783). 



Industrious Lodge 



Places of Meeting. 



Young's, Sandy Point, Somerset, St. George'.s 

Island, Bermuda, Wi-sl indies 1801 
Formed by Members of " Moderns," No. 507, of 2 Oct. 1792. 

Sussex Hall, Somerset Bridge, St. George's 

Island, Bermuda 1813 

Masonic Hall, MangFOVe Bay, Somerset 

Island, II 184S 



Royal Oak, Kirkgate, Ripon, Yorkshire 1776 

Minster Inn, Cathedral Yard, Ripon 1809 

Erased^ March 1828. 



King's Head, Head Gate, ColchestCP, Essex 1776 
Red Lion, High Street, Colchester 1784 

Erased g February 1791. 



Calcutta, Bengal, India 1 80 1 

This Lodge is stated to have seceded profit iite Moderns 
{No. 292) in 1801, dnd to have fallen into abeyance shortly 
afterwards. 

It was probably resuscitated under its Modem Constitu- 
tion, as its present Warrant of Confirmation granted in 1844 
(as No. 284), refers to the original Warrant, No. 292 of 1793. 
See page 186. 

There are no traces of any payments from this Lodge 
between 1810 and 1840. 

Ice House, Howrah, Bengal, India i860 

Salt Golah Lane, Calcutta 1862 

Ice House, Howrah 1863 

Freemasons' Hall, 55 Bentinck Street, Calcutta 1871 



Coopers' Arms, Stretton Grounds, Westminster, 

London 1776 

Blue Anchor, St. Ermin's Hill, Westminster, n 1790 

The Bell, York Street, 11 n 1793 

White Horse Tav. , Buckingham Gate, Pimlico, n 1802 

Bull and Axe, John Street, Oxford Street, n 1807 

King's Arms Tavern, High Street, Kensington, n 181 1 
Erased in 1822. 



In Garrison, Sydney, Sydney Island, Cape 

Breton, Nova Scotia, North America 1801 

Erased in 1832. 



The Fleece, The Parade, Canterbury, Kent 1776 

King's Head Inn, High Street, Canterbury 1783 

United with No. 37 \_No. 24 Ancietits, of 2^ March 1806], 
8 Afril 1819. 



Cambridge Regiment of Militia 

Lapsed and Warrant endorsed, '* Transferred to be held, 
Staffordshire Regt. of Militia, Windsor." 



See page 151. 



1799 



Date of Warrant 
or Constitution. 



28 Sept. 1801 

Warrant of 
Confirmation, 
17 Oct. 1844. 



22 June 1776 496 



1770 



11 June 1776 



1 Oet. 1801 

Warrant of 
Confirmation, 
30 April 1844. 



16 Oct. 1776 



1 Oet. 1801 



28 Nov. 1776 



28 Feb. 1799 



26 April 1801 



496 



497 



498 



1780 



400 



401 



402 



403 



[781 



401 



402 



403 



404 



1792 



324 



325 



326 



324 



325 



326 



327 

A 



327 

B 



1814 



1832 



411 



283 



1863 



233 



412 



413 



284 



234 



414 



415 



416 



[ 199 ] 



1 894 



Name of Lodge. 



Etruscan Lodge. 



St. Peter's Lodge. 



Olive Lodge. 



Royal Marine Lodge. 



Lodge of Unanimity, 

Named in 1779. 



235 



Lodge of United Friendship, 

Named in 1780. 



Lodge of the Nine 
Muses. 

Freemasons^ Hall Medal 
(1781). 



Places of Meeting. 



Bridge Tnn, Lord Street, Etrupia, Staffordshire 1803 
Talbot Inn, Stoke-Upon-Tpent, 11 1807 

Erased in 1847. 



Bunch of Grapes, King Street, St. James's Square, 

London 1776 

Star and Garter, Pall Mall, n 1779 

Bell, St. James's Market, n 1783 

Star and "Garter, Pall Mall, 1, 1784 

launch of Grapes, King Street, St. James's Sq.,11 1786 

Bell, Upper Mount Street, Grosvenor Square, h 1790 

United with'' Lodge o/F?ntdence" No. 69 \_No. 183, 0/ z6 
June 1740], in 1793. 



Royal George Hotel, Aldepney, Channel Islands 1802 

Lapsed and IVarrant returned 13 August 1810. 
" Warrant giiien up and trans/erred to the Royal Marines.^' 



Lodge Room, Barracks, Woolwich, London 1810 

Earl of Warwick, Warwick Street, Woolwich, n 1813 

Fortune of War, Thomas Street, n 11 1813 

Britannia, Henry Street, n n 1816 

Prince Regent, King Street, 11 n 1820 

United •with No. 13 [No. 86 (A) 0/6 March 1761], 
I December \?,7&. 



Queen's Head, King Street, Penrith, Cumberland 1776 
Black Bull, Corn Market, Penrith 1783 

King of Prussia, Angel Lane, n 1788 

Erased 6 February 181 1. 



6th Battalion, Royal AFtlllepy, Colombo, 

Ceylon, East Indies 1802 
Erased i December 1 830. 



Falcon Tavern, East Street, GPavesend, Kent 1776 
New Inn, Milton Road, Gravesend 1806 

Three Pigeons Inn [or Three Doves], The Hill, 

Northfleet, Kent 1812 

Leather Bottle Inn, corner of Old and New 

London Roads, Northfleet 1813 

Market Inn, Marketfield, n 1816 

Last payment 1824. Erased in 1832. 



Lisbon (Estremadura), Portugal [1803] 

The G. L. Register is Blank where this Lodge should have 
been recorded. But the Index says " 330 Lisbon, page 245, 
given to Mr. Burdwood." There is no entry at page 245, nor 
any entry between Nos. 329 and 331 in G. L. Register. 

It appears in Ahiman Rezon 1813, but there are no Records. 



Thatched House Tavern, St. James's St., London 1777 

United with^^ Lodge of Rural Friendship " No. 350 \^No. 
436 (?/i78o], in 1796. 

Freemasons' Tavern, Great Queen Street, London 1821 

Clarendon Hotel, New Bond Street, h 1864 

St. James's Hotel, Piccadilly, n 1873 

Freemasons' Tavern, Great Queen Street, n 1874 

Queen's Hotel, Cork Street, Old Bond Street, 11 1874 

Long's Hotel, Old Bond Street, n 1875 

Willis's Rooms, King Street, St. James's Sq., n 1877 

Grand Hotel, Charing Cross, n 1890 



Date of Warrant 
or Constitution. 



1803 



16 Dee. 1776 



13 July 1802 



23 Nov. 1810 

On Warrant of 
13 July 1802. 



1776 



2 Dec. 1802 



1776 



[1803] 



25 March 1777 

Centenary Warrant. 
6 April 1877. 



1770 



499 



500 



501 



502 



1780 



404 



405 



406 



407 



178: 



405 



406 



407 



408 



1792 



327 

c 



327 



328 



329 



330 



328 

A 



328 

B 



329 



330 



[814 



1832 



■ 863 



417 



285 



418 



419 



420 



421 



286 



235 



200 



Name of Lodge. 



St. Michael's Lodge. 



Mount Horeb Lodge. 



236 Union Lodge, 1777- 

York Lodge, 1870. 



Two Parallel Lodge, 

Named in 1816. 



Social Lodge. 



Social Lodge. 



Knoll Lodge, 1777. 

Gnoll Lodge, 1784. 

Freemasons' Hall Medal 
(1781). 



Places of Meeting. 



\_Placc unknowii] Marazion, Cornwall iTjy 

Star Inn, near Market House, Marazion 17S6 

Erased lo February 1790. 



Bridgetown, island of Barbados, West Indies iS 
Erased 2 December 1829. 



Lockwood's Coffee House, Micklegate, York, 

Yorkshire I'jy'y 

Theatre Coffee House, Petergate, York 1786 

House of l!ro. Coultate, n 1789 

Golden l,ion,Thursday Market, St. Sampson's Sq. ,11 1790 

Provincial G. Lodge Room, Blake Street, n 1821 

Falcon Hotel, Micklegate, ir 1824 

York Hotel, St. Helen's Square, n 1838 

Elephant and Castle Hotel, Skeldergate, m 1842 

Merchants' Hall, Fossgate, n 1848 

Old Masonic Hall, Blake Street, „ 1854 

Poor Law Board Room, Museum Street, m 1862 

Masonic Hall, Duncombe Place, n 1863 



2nd Battalion, Fifty-eighth Regiment, 

Jersey, Channel Islands 1805 

At Lisbon (Estremadura), Portugal 181 1 

11 Hastings, Sussex 1813 

Second Battalion Fifty-eighth Regiment 1814 

Last return 1815. Erased in 1823. 

N.B. — Athol Lodge, No. 36, of 5 April 1813, was constituted 
under this Warrant, at Hastings, on 12 May 1813. 



Horn, High Street, 
White Hart, Bocking End, 
Last Register 1-^ June 1791. 



Braintree, Essex 1777 

Boeking, Essex 1784 
Lapsed about 1798. 



Blue Boar, Silver Street, Maldon, Essex 1802 

Erased^ March 1828. 



Ninety-second Regiment 1805 

At Weely Barracks, Colehester, Essex 1807 

11 Canterbury, Kent 1810 

In the Ninety-second Regiment 1813 
Erased in 1832. 



Angel Inn, Angel Street, Neath, Glamorganshire 1777 
Ship and Castle, The Parade, Neath 1784 

Last Register ^^i■]. Lapsed about 1790. 



Date of Warrant 
or Constitution. 



1777 



9 Feb. 1804 



July 1777 

Constituted 

7 July 1777- 

Dispensation dated 

20 June 1777, the 

date of first meeting. 

The Engraved Lists. 

however, have the 

date 26 April 1777, 

in error. 

Centenary Warrant, 
10 July 1877. 



26 March 1805 



9 June 1777 



12 Aug. 1802 



8 April 1805 



20 Sept. 1777 



1770 



503 



504 



505 



506 



1780 



408 



409 



410 



411 



1781 



409 



410 



411 



412 



1792 



331 



332 

A 



332 

B 



333 

A 



1814 



1832 



1863 



331 



422 



423 



287 



236 



332 



424 



425 



333 



426 



201 



i894 



237 



Name of Lodge. 



Indefatigable Lodge. 



Lodge of Harmony. 



Royal Marine Lodge. 



Impregnable Lodge. 



Places of Meeting. 



Plume of Feathers, Wind Stieet, Swansea, 

Glamorganshire 



Fountain Inn, Strand, 
Tiger Inn, n 

Mackworlh Arms, Wind Street, 
Camlnian Hotel, Buriows, 
Macliwortli Arms, Wind Street, 
Fountajn Inn, Strand, 
Bush^Inn, lligli Sti'eet, 
Assembly Ifooms, Cambrian Place, 
Cameion Arms, High Street, 
Bush Inn, n 

Cameron Arms, High Street, 
Camijrian Coffee House, Fisher Street, 
Mr. Young's, 55 Wind Street, 
Assembly Rooms, Cambrian Place, 
Mackworth Hotel, Wind Street, 
Masonic Hall, Caer Street, 



Swansea 



1800 
1805 
1805 
1810 
1813 
1816 
1817 
1817 
1836 
1840 
1841 
1846 
1848 

1849 
1850 
1871 
1871 



King's Arms, §t. Peter Port, Guernsey, 

Channel Islands 1805' 
McDougald's Head, iMarket Place, Guernsey 1805 

King's Arms, St. Peter Port, " 1806 

Erased 3 June 1829. 



Island of NeviS, 



West Indies 1776 



Erased in 1813. 



2nd Battalion Eighteenth Royal Irish 
Regiment of Foot, Jersey, channel Islands 1806 

At Island of Curagoa, West Indies 1808 

ir Ottery St. Mary, Devonshire about 1809 

" Warrant to be given up by order of the Commandant." 
Noted as " Wiihdraiim " in Ahima7i Reson 1813. 



Sixth or Inniskilling Regiment of 

Dragoons i777 

Last payment 1804. Does not appear in Lists after 1813. 



See page 99. 



Golden Marine Inn, East StonehOUSe, 

Devonshire 
Marine Barracks, Barrack Street, East Stonehouse 
Golden Marine Inn, 
Gillett's Hotel, 

Buckingham Arms, Buckingham Place, 
Navy Inn, High Street, 
Golden Marine Inn, 
Buckingham Arms, Buckingham Place, 
Swan Inn, St. Andrew's Street, 
Commercial Inn, Newport Street, 

Erased i December 1830. 



Date of Warrant 
or Constitution. ' 



Sept. 1800 

Warrant of 
Confirmation, 

8 May 1805. 

Centenary Warrant, 

25 Jan. 1878. 



1808 
1808 
1809 
1810 
181I 
1813 
1813 
1814 
1815 
1818 



New Inn, Harnet Street, Sandwlch, Kent 1777 

New Rose Inn, Strand Street, Sandwich 1786 

Erased 13 April 1796, 



26 



26 Aug. 1805 



28 Nov. 1776 



18 Feb. 1806 



1770 



507 



18 Dee. 1777 



6 Sept. 1806 



April 1808 



1780 



412 



[781 



413 



508 



413 



1792 



333 

B 



334 



334 



335 



1K14 



1832 



1863 



427 



288 



237 



428 



414 



335 



429 



.1777 



509 414 



336 

A 



336 

B 



415 



336 



430 



202 



Name of Lodge. 



Lodge of Unity. 

Is called " Lodge of Amity " 
" Lodge of Unity " 
in Ahiman Rezon 1807. 



Lodge of Good Fellowship, 

Named in 1780, 



St. Peter's Lodge. 



Northumberland Lodge. 



Mariners' Lodge, 



Lodge of Independence. 



Places of Meeting. 



At Bi'o. Giiillard's Duke of York Tavern, Rohais 

Road, GxX&VnSBY, Chattnel Islands 1S06 

Freemasons' Arms, St. Peter Port, Guernsey 1812 

Erased 5 Ma.?'ch 1828. 



Messina (Sicily), 



Italy 1778 



Was retain£d on English Register7tntil xZi-^, but must have 
died out in consequence of Rc°al Edict, circa 1783. 



White Lion, Church Street, Woolwich, London 1778 
Bell, Bell Watergate, n n 1780 

White Horse and Star, Lower Woolwich 

Road, Woolwich, n 1783 

Erased i February 1786. 



Black Bull, Boroughlligh St., Southwark, London 1778 
Erased 2 February 1785. 



1st Battalion Fourteenth Regiment, 

Calcutta, Bengal, India 1807 
First Battalion Fourteenth Regiment of Foot 1813 

Erased, " Warrant returned," in 1832. 



Beehive, Marketplace, AlnWielC, Northumberland 1779 
Private Room, Nag's Head, Fenkle Street, Alnwick 1789 
Erased 5 March 1828. 



Crown Tavern, Leadenhall Street, 
White Bear, Basinghall Street, 

Erased 20 November 1782. 



London 



1779 
1781 



Eleventh Light Dragoons, Cork, Cork, 

Ireland 1807 

At Clonmel, Tlpperary, » 1808 

M Dublin, Dublin, M 1809 

II Weymouth, Dorsetshire 18 10 

" Warrant returned by order of the Commandant." 
Cancelled 22 October 1810. 



Swan, Ratcliff Highway, London 1779 

Porters, Cooper's Row, Tower Hill, n 1780 

White Bear, Basinghall Street, 11 1 78 1 

Saracen's Head, Camomile St., Bishopsgate St.,ii 1784 

Seven Stars, Rosemary Lane, u 1785 

Three Kings, Minories, n 1788 

Vine Tavern, Broad Street, Ratcliff, m 1790 
Erasedii April 1797. 



Date of Warrant 
or Constitution. 



6 Sept. 1806 

Constituted 
25 Sept. t8o6. 



12 May 1778 



1778 



25 Nov. 1778 



9 June 1807 



24 March 1779 



1770 



510 



511 



512 



513 



18 June 1779 



11 July 1807 



7 Aug. 1779 



1780 



415 



416 



417 



418 



514 419 420 



515 



[781 



416 



417 



418 



419 



420 



1792 



1814 



1832 



1863 



337 



431 



337 



338 



432 



338 



433 



421 



339 



339 



203 



1 894 



238 



239 



Name of Lodge. 



Pilgrim Lodge. 

special Jewel, 

Red Apron Lodge, 
ijo 1834.) 

Works in the German Language. 



Lodge of Harmony. 



Lodge of Fortitude. 



Lodge of Love and Unity. 



All Saints' Lodge. 



Friendly Lodge 

Called Trinity Lodge in 
Calendars 1814-16, 

No. 3 Provincial, 1816. 



Lodge of George, 1787- 
Lodge of St. George, 1792- 



Lodge of Friendship, 

Named in 1822. 



Places of Meeting. 



2nd Battalion Thlrty-fouFth Regiment of 

Foot, Ceylon, East indies 1807 

Warranted for Ceylon, but the Regiment could scarcely 
have been there, as the Warrant is endorsed " at Bandon, 25 
Nov. 1807." 

At Bandon, Cork, Ireland 1807 

M Clonmel, Tipperary, n 1807 

II Jersey, Channel islands 1808 

Second Battalion Thirty-fourth Regiment 18 13 

Erased in 1832. 



Mitre Tavern, Fleet Street, London 1779 

Freemasons' Tavern, Great Queen Street, 1? 1780 

Globe Tavern, Fleet Street, n 1788 

New London Tavern, Cheapside, h 1789 

Freemasons' Tavern, Great Queen Street, n 1 791 

London Coffee House, Ludgate Hill, n 1802 

Freemasons' Tavern, Great Queen Street, n 1804 

London Tavern, Bishopsgate Street, 11 1816 

George and Vulture Tavern, Cornhill, n 1824 

Ship and Turtle Tavern, Leadenhall Street, h 185 i 

London Masonic Club, loi Queen Victoria St.,ri 1876 

Freemasons' Hall, Great Queen Street, 11 1879 



St. Heliers, Jersey, Channel islands 1809 

Erasedy " Warrant returned " Nozemlier iZyz. 



Bell Inn, Week Street, Maidstone, Kent 1779 

Haunch of Venison Inn, High Street, Maidstone 1805 
Erased s H^arcii 1828. 



Private Room, Dover, Kent 1779 

Chequers Inn, Dover 1786 

Britannia Coffee House, m 1788 
Erased j8 Ap7 il 1792. 



Private Room, RothbUFy, Northumberland 1779 

Erased i February iy86. 



Kingston (Kingston, Surrey), Jamaica, 

West Indies 1809 

Masons' Hall, Church Street, Kingston [ ] 

II Port Royal Street, n [ ] 

Freemasons' Hall, Harbour Street, n 1846 

II Hanover Street, n 1857 



First Regiment of Dragoon Guards 

Last payment xjt^z. Erased iniZiz- 



1780 



4th Garrison Battalion, Pier Barracks, 

Jersey, Channel Islands 1809 

At George and Dragon, Jersey 18 10 

I, Barracks, Amherst, Guernsey, C/«a«»f//j/3«rfj 1812 

Lyme Packet, Quay Street, Guernsey 1822 

Own Room, Le Marchant Street, ir 1824 

Erased in 1832. 



Date of Warrant 
or Constitution. 



15 Sept. 1807 



25 Aug. 1779 

Centenary Warrant, 
II March 1879. 



31 Jan. 1809 



26 Aug. 1779 



1779 



26 Oet. 1779 



31 Jan. 1809 



10 Jan. 1780 



31 Aug. 1809 

Warranted as u 
Civil Lodge, 
19 May i8t6. 



1770 



1780 



1781 



1792 



340 



1814 



434 



1832 



1S63 



516 



421 



422 



340 



435 



289 



238 



341 



517 



518 



422 



423 



423 



424 



341 



436 



437 



290 



519 



424 



425 



342 



438 



291 



239 



520 



425 



426 



342 



343 



439 



204 



Name of Lodge. 



240 



St. Hild's Lodge. 

St. Hilda's Lodge, 

1849. 

" Carned on regularly for a 
few years, but declined gradu- 
ally till the month of March 
1785) when the Brethren ceased 
to meet." F. Mag. 1794. 



Neptune Lodge. 



241 



Merehants' Lodge. 



Phoenix Lodge of Honour 
and Prudence. 



No. 5 Gibraltar. 



Lodge of Liebau. 



Union Lodge, No. 1. 



Places of Meeting. 



Golden Lion Hotel, King Street, South Shields, 

Du7'hanL 1780 

Freemasons' Arms, Market Place, South Shields 1794 

Golden Lion Hotel, King Street, 11 1822 

Hope Tavern, Bank Top, n 1822 

Crown and Anchor, Commerce Street, n 1823 

Golden Lion Hotel, King Street, n 1S24 

Crown and Anchor, Commerce Street, n 1824 

Golden Lion Hotel, King Street, n 1827 

Central Hall, Chapter Row, n 1861 

Freemasons' Hall, Fowler Street, m 1863 

Freemasons' Hall, Ingham Street, ti 1884 



Penang (Prince of Wales' Island) Malay 

Peninsula, East Indies 

Is stated to have become extinct in 1S19. Revived in 1825 
and again dormant in 1846. 

Erased 4 June 1862. 



Golden I^ion, Dale Street, Liverpool, Lancashire 
Shakespeare Tavern, Sir Thomas' Buildings, 

Liverpool 
Star and Garter Tavern, Paradise Street, n 

Punch Bowl, King Street, n 

Nile Tavern, Marshall Street, n 

George Tavern, Upper Pitt Street, ir 

William the 4th Hotel, Williamson Square, it 
Concert Inn, Concert Street, 
Castle Inn, Clayton Square, 
Brunswick Hotel, Hanover Street, 
Wellington Hotel, Dale Street, 
Royal Hotel, 11 

Masonic Hall, 22 Hope Street, 



1780 

1787 
1792 
1809 
1816 
1822 
1832 
1836 
1838 

1839 
1849 
1851 



Red Lion Hotel, Boscawen St., TrUFO, Cornwall 1780 
Erased 13 February 1788. 



Fourth Battalion Royal AFtillery, 

Gibraltar (Malaga), Spain 1809 

At Canterbury, Kent 1810 

11 Sandwich, .. 1812 

11 Sandgate, ti 1812 

M King's Head, St. Mary's Street, Portsmouth, 

Hampshire 1812 
Fourth Battalion Royal Artillery 1814 

" .Vo. 5 Gib. sailed Xor Portugal 1812." G.L, Reg. 
Erased in 1827. 



Russia 1780 
Joined National G.L. 



Liebau, Courland, 

Warranted by Prov. G.L. of Russia, 

J77S. 

Was kept on Register until 1813, hut cojild not have 
existed after prohibition by the Empress in 1794, or at most 
thejinat decree by Alexander in 1822. 



Island of Curagoa, 

Erased 4 June 1862. 



Date of Warrant 
or Constitution. 



15 March 1780 

Constituted 
19 March 1780. 

Centenary Warrant, 
25 Feb. i83o. 



6 Sept. 1809 



25 March 1780 

Centenary Warrant, 
12 March 1880. 



1 Jan. 1779 

In Prov. Warrant. 

Date in Grand Lodge 
is I Jan. 1780. 



6 Nov. 1809 



West Indies 1809 



1770 



1780 



[781 



1792 



1814 



1832 



1863 



521 



426 



427 



343 



440 



292 



240 



344 



441 



293 



522 



427 



428 



344 



442 



294 



241 



523 



428 



429 



345 



443 



1780 



Naples (Naples), Italy 1780 

Was on English Register until 1813, but probably died out, 
in consequence 0/ Royal Edicts, circa 1783. 



1809 



6 March 1780 



524 



429 



430 



345 



346 



444 



295 



525 



430 



431 



346 



205 



242 



243 



Name of Lodge. 



Officers' Lodge. 



St. Michael's Lodge. 



Durham Faithful Lodge, 

Named in 1835. 



St. George's Lodge. 



Loyalty Lodge. 



Alfred Lodge. 



Lodge of Charity, 

Named in 1813. 



Lodge of Rural Friendship. 



Places of Meeting. 



Second Battalion Foupteenth Regiment, 

Fort William, Calcutta, Bfiigal, India 1810 
Second Battalion Fourteenth Regiment 18 14 

Blank in 1832 List, bui received the new minihcr, 
" Warrant returned 29 October 1832." 



Private Room, Alnwiek, Northiimberlatid 1 780 

Erased 4 April 1798. 



Sixty-eighth Regiment Light Infantry, 

Gibraltar (Malaga), Spain 1810 

At Hythe, Kent 1810 

II Lewes, Sussex 181 1 

rr Brabourne Lees Barracks, Kent 18:2 

11 Duke's Head, Market Street, Hythe 181 3 

Sixty-eighth Regiment 18 14 

Krased in i B44. 



Red Lion [New Street], DoneaSter, Yorkshire 1780 
Town Hall (Council Chamber), Doncaster 1782 

School Room in the Churchyard, n 1797 

Council Chamber, n 1800 

New Town Hall, French Gate, ,. 1848 

Victoria Rooms, n 1866 

Town Hall, French Gate, m 1873 

Masonic Rooms, Nether Hall Road, i> 1884 



Private Room, Guernsey, channel Islands 1810 

Cole's Hotel, Market Street, Guernsey 1828 

Assembly Rooms, Market -Place, n 1844 

Private Rooms, Victoria Road, n 1854 

Masonic Hall, Court Place, n 1858 

St. Julian's Hall, St. JuHan's Avenue, n 1882 

Masonic Temple, Le Marchant Street, n 1883 



Swan and Talbot Inn, Low Street, Wetherby, 

Yorkshire 1781 
Erased \-z April 1797. 



Jersey Division Royal Military Artificers, 

St. Hehers, Jersey, Channel Islands 18 10 

Freemasons' Tavern, Peter St., St. Hehers, Jersey 1813 

Green Dragon, ti n 1817 

Deal's Hotel, " " 1818 

Erased 5 March 1828. 



See page 206. 
See page 206. 

Angel Tavern, Upper Fore St., Edmonton, London 1780 

Long Room, Well Walk, Hampstead, 

Rouelle's Tavern, Chelsea, 

Bedford Coffee House, Covent Garden, 

United with " Lodge of the Nine Muses" No. 
o/z^ March ^tj'j'\, in 1796. 





1, 




1788 




If 




1790 




1' 




1794 


330 


[No. 


502 





Date of Warrant 
or Constitution. 



1780 



1781 



1792 



6 July 1810 



347 



1814 



445 



1S32 



296 



1863 



1780 



22 June 1810 



431 



432 



347 



348 



446 



297 



11 July 1780 

Constituted 

4 July 1780 

(Lo, History). 

Centenary Wairant, 
16 Aug. 1880. 



432 



433 



348 



447 



298 



242 



18 Aug. 1810 



349 



448 



299 



243 



23 Dec. 1780 

Constituted 
3 Feb. 1781. 



21 Aug. 1810 



433 



434 



349 



350 



449 



1780 



1780 



1780 



434 



435 



436 



435 



350 



206 



1894 



244 



Name of Lodge. 



Veterans' Lodge, 

Named in 1814. 



[Rodney Lodge. 



Farmers' Lodge, 1812. 

Yapborough Lodge, 

1857. 



Lodge of Friendship. 



St. George's Lodge, 

Named in 1830, 



Lodge of Reformation, 

1781. 

Lodge of Moral Reform, 



Cape of Good Hope Lodge. 
Union Lodge, 1818. 



La Loggia della Verita. 



Places of Meeting. 



1st Battalion Royal Veterans, Languaid Fort, 

HaPWieh, Essex 1810 
At Three Cups Inn, Church Street, Harwich 1812 

11 Wliite Hart Inn, George Street, u 1824 

Erased in 1833. 



Bull and Sun Inn, Mytorgate, Kingston-upon- 

HuU, Yorkshire 17S1 
Freemasons' Hall, Jlytongate, Kingston-upon-Hull 1800 

Is blank in Calendars from 1831, but was assigned a new 
number in 1832. Last Meeting 8 December 1820. 

Erased 5 SepteinberiZ'^B. 



[Place unknowtt], Dalston, 

Erased 7 February 1787. 



Cumberland 1780 



Prince of Wales, near the Church, Grouville, 

Jersey, Channel Islands 1812 

Kent Coffee House, Market St., St. Heliers, Jersey 1832 

Exeter Inn, Queen Street, n .1 1849 

Queen'sAssembly Rooms, Belmont Rd.,M n 1852 

Freemasons' Hall, Grove Place, n n 1853 

Exeter Inn, Queen Street, n ^^ i860 

Masonic Temple, Stopford Road, n m 1866 



Private Room, rear of Castle Hotel, Dartmouth, 

Devonshire 1780 
Erased 3 December 1851. 



1st Battalion Fifth Regiment of Foot, 

Gibraltar (Malaga), Spain 1 812 

At Fermoy, Cork, Ireland 1812 

In the Fifth Regiment of Foot 1814 

In the Fifth or Northumberland Fusileers 1836 

Erased in 1862. 



Crown, Depiford, London 

Bricklayers' Arms, Flagon Row, Deptford, 
Bee Hive, n ir 

Gun Tavern, u 

Roman Eagle, Church Street, ir 

New Cross Tav., New Cross Road, New Cross, 
Erased -1, March 1830. 



1781 
I791 
1794 
1795 
1810 
1813 



loth Battalion Royal Artillery, Cape Town, 

Cape Colony, South Africa 1812 



Erased in 1851. 



Naples (Naples), 



Italy 1781 



Was retained on English Ref;ister until iZi-i,, but probably 
died out (circa) 1783, in consequence of Royal Edicts. 



Date of Warrant 
or Constitution. 



11 Oct. 1810 



1781 



1780 



S Jan. 1812 



1780 



434 



1781 



436 



437 



1780 



23 Jan. 1812 



1781 



10 Aug. 1812 

Warrant of 
Confirmation, 
paid for 1825. 



1781 



435 



1792 



1814 



[832 



1863 



351 



450 



300 



351 



451 



301 



438 



439 



352 



353 



352 



452 



302 



244 



353 



453 



454 



303 



304 



455 



354 



456 



305 



440 354 



207 



1894. 



Name of Lodge. 



245 



Meehanies' Lodge. 



Hiram's Lodge. 



St. George's East York 
Militia Lodge. 



246 



Royal Union Lodge. 



Lodge of Science. 



Places of Meeting. 



Grapes Hotel, New Street, .St. 



Commercial Tavern, 

Albion Hotel, 

Turk's Head, I.e Motte Street, 

Freemasons' Hall, Grove Place, 

Masonic Hall, Museum Street, 

Masonic Temple, Stopford Road, 



Heliers, Jersey, 

Channel Islands 
St. Heliers, Jersey 



Three Lords, Minories, 

Three Kings, n 

Queen Elizabeth's Head, Whitechapel Road, 

Crown and Thistle, Tower Hill, 

Swan Tavern, .Swan Street, Minories, 

Sugar Loaf, Great St. Helen's, 

Ship Tavern, Leadenhall Street, 

Crown Tavern, Mitre Court, Aldgate, 

Crown, Little Duke's Place, 

Swan Tavern, Swan Street, Minories, 

Crown and Magpie Tavern, Whitechapel, 

New London Tavern, Cheapside, 

Ship Tavern, Leadenhall Street, 

Queen's Arms, Newgate Street, 

Queen's Arms, Cheapside, 

Erased i,'^ Warrant returned") 12 March 1832, 



18.3 
1816 

183s 
1840 

1853 
1857 
1865 



London 1781 
1783 



1785 
1786 
1787 
1791 
1796 
1797 
1797 
1798 
1802 
1806 
1813 
1829 
1831 



3rd Company or loth Battalion Boyal ArtillePy 
[Capt. Adams' or loth Company], Gibraltar 

(Malaga), Spain 1813 
At King's Head, St. Mary's Street, Portsmouth, 

Hampshire 1813 
Tenth Battalion Royal Artillery 1814 

Erased in 1821. 



Golden Ball, Toll Gavel, Beverley, Yorkshire 
the Head Quarters of the East Riding Regiment 

of York Militia 1782 
Black Bull, Lairgate, Beverley 1792 

At Beeeles, Suffolk iy<)i 

Erased 3 June 1829. 



King's Head Inn, Market Place, Cirencester, 

Gloucestershire 
Fleece Inn, High St., Cheltenham, 



Regent Hotel, Regent .Street, 
Wellington Hotel, High Street, 
Private Room, 8 Portland Street, 
Wellington Hotel, High Street, 
Regent Hotel, Regent Street, 
Masonic Hall, Portland Street, 
Lamb Hotel, High Street, 
Promenade Rooms, Regent Street, 
Brunswick Hotel, High Street, 
Plough Hotel, 11 

Royal Hotel, n 

Freemasons' Hall, Portland Street, 



18.3 
1822 
Cheltenham 1825 
1827 
1827 
1827 
1827 
1830 
1843 
1843 
1844 
1848 
1850 
1854 



[Place unknown'] Salisbury, Wiltshire 1782 

Parade Coffee House, The Parade, Salisbury 1786 

Spread Eagle Inn, ,, 1796 
Erased 25 November 1801. 






Date of Warrant 
or Constitution. 



1781 



1792 



1814 



1832 



1863 



29 April 1813 



355 



457 



306 



245 



1781 



441 



355 



458 



16 July 1813 



356 



459 



1782 

Cons. 25 Feb. 1782. 



442 



356 



460 



29 July 1813 

Warrant of Removal 

from D.P.G.M., 

30 March 1822. 



357 



461 



307 



246 



1782 



443 



357 



208 



247 



248 



249 



Name of Lodge. 



Union Lodge. 



Old British and Ligurian 
Lodge. 



Sea Captains' Lodge. 



Volubian Lodge of 
Regularity and Reputation. 



Lodge of Chosen Friends. 



Mount Sinai Lodge. 



Places of Meeting. 



George Town, Demerara, British Guiana, 

South America 1 813 
Freemasons' Hall, George Town, Demerara 1881 



Genoa (Genoa), 



Italy 1782 



Was kcfit 071 English R egisteruniil iZr-^, liiit prohahty ceased 
before 1805, when Genoa was annexed to France. 



Three Tuns, Corn Street, Bristol, Gloucestershire 17S2 

This Lodge is a revival or continuation of No. 229 of 1753, 
erased in 1778, The Lodge continued working, and minutes 
are in existence of 1781. The Q.C. of 20 Nov. 1782, notes a 
payment for " Renewal of Constitution." See page 99. 



Bush Tavern, Corn Street, 



Bristol 1784 



UnitedwHh'^ Lodge 0/ Hospitality " No, 296 {^No, 447 0/ 
12 Augnst 1769J, 17 August 1788. 



[Place unknotaii'] Falmouth, Cornwall 1782 

Erased 10 February 1790. 



Private Room, St. Pierre, Island of Martinique, 

West Indies 18 1 3 
Erased in 1823, Warrant returned n6 lanuary 1^2^. 



St. John, Island of AntigUa, West Indies 1782 

Last payment 1794. Was on Register down to 1813, but does 
not appear afterguards. 



True Love and Unity Private Room, King Stieet, Brixham, X'^rwzJ/^/rf 1782 
Lodffe Freemasons' Plall, Bolton Street, Brixham 1801 

^ p. Church Street, „ 1886 



Lodge of Peace, Joy, and 
Brotherly Love. 



Mariners' Lodge. 



King's Arms, Broad Street, Penryn, Cornwall 1782 
Erased 10 February i8og. 



Mariner's Compass, Nevf Dock, Liverpool, 

Lancashire 17S3 
Shakespear Tavem, Sir Thomas's Buildings, 

Liverpool 179° 

Mariner's Compass, New Dock, n 1792 

Swan, Byrom Street, „ 1798 

Shakespear Tavern, Sir Thomas's Buildings, n 1803 

Nile Tavern, Marshall Street, ,1 1808 

Trafalgar Inn, Dale Street, „ 1811 

Original Fleece Inn, n „ 1812 

Freemasons' Tavern, Sir Thomas's Buildings, n 1813 

Friendship Tavern, „ ,, 1814 

Union, Tavern, „ „ 1822 

Grapes Inn, Hood Street, „ 1823 

Circus Hotel, Christian Street, „ 1827 

Star Inn, Williamson Square, „ 1828 

Shakespear Tavern, Sir Thomas's Buildings, n 1837 

Fleece, Old Hall Street, „ 1838 

Crane Hotel, Vincent Street, „ 1839 

York Hotel, Williamson Square, n 1841 

Bear's Paw, Tichbonie Street, „ 1848 

Quadrant Hotel, Lime Street, „ 1S50 

Hanck's Buildings, 42 Duke Street, n 1855 

Masonic Hall, 22 Hope Street, n 1858 



Date of Warrant 
or Constitution. 



1781 



1792 



ibi4 



1832 



28 July 1813 



1782 



358 



462 



308 



1863 



247 



1782 



444 



445 



358 



1782 



12 Oct. 1813 



446 



359 



463 



1782 



20 Jan. 1782 

Centenary Warrant, 
9 Feb. 1882. 



1782 



1 March 1783 

Centenary Warrant 
28 July 1883. 



447 



448 



449 



450 



359 



360 



361 



362 



464 



465 



309 



248 



466 



310 



249 



[ 209 ] 



Name of Lodge. 



Minerva Lodge. 

Worked under Dispensation 
in 1782. 



Lodge of 
Good Intention. 



Union Lodge. 



Loyal Lodge. 



Apollo Lodge. 



Places of Meeting. 



Lodge of Placentia. 



Holmesdale Lodge of 
Freedom and Friendship. 



Harmonic Lodge. 



Royal Cumberland Lodge. 

Freemasons' Hall Medal 
(1786). 



African Lodge. 



Masons' Arms, Chapel Lane, 

Masonic Hall, Prince .Street, 

II Dagger Lane, 



Hull, 



Yorkshire 1782 

Hull 1802 

1, 1874 



(Same Hall, but different entrance.) 



In the North or Second Regiment of Devon 

Militia, Globe Inn, St. Mary's Churchyard, 

Exeter, Devonshire 1783 
2nd Devon Militia, Barnstaple, II 1783 

/F<2.t '* adjourned to Crockemviell " under Nev} Warrajit 
in 1806. 



Crockernwell, near Exeter, Devonshire 

No payment after 1807. Erased in 1823. 



806 



Globe Inn [Freemasons' Arms], Cross Street, 

Barnstaple, Devo?ishire 1783 
King's Arms Inn, High Street, Barnstaple 1798 

Freemasons' Hall, Cross Street, n 1828 

Assembly Rooms, Boutport Street, n 1843 

Masonic Hall (Queen Anne's Walk), Castle 

Street, n 1868 



Angel Yard, High Street, Salisbury, Wiltshire 1783 

Parade Coffee House, The Parade, Salisbury 1789 

Assembly Rooms, High Street, n 1812 

Spread Eagle Inn, 11 1817 
Erased 5 March T828. 



Placentia (Placentia), Newfoundland, 

North America 1784 
Erased in 1813. 



Bell Inn, Bell Street, ReigatO, Surrey 1784 

Erased 4 April 1798. 



Bush Inn, High Street, Dudley, Worcestershire 1784 

Dudley Arms Hotel, Market Street, Dudley 1802 

Talbot Inn, Wolverhampton Street, n 1816 

Erased^ December 1827. Reinstated 1828. 

Commercial Inn, Wolverhampton Street, ti 1828 

Saracen's Head [now Freemasons' Tavern], 

Stone Street, n 1832 



Bear Inn, Union Street, Bath, Somersetshire 1784 

United with No. 39 \_No. 113 ofii, May 1733], in 1786. 



Boston, Massachusetts, U.S. of America 1784 

Lastpayment 1797. Erascdin 1813. 



Date of Warrant 
or Constitution. 



15 Sept. 1783 

Constituted 8 Oct. 1783. 

Centenary Warrant, 
28 Sept. 1883. 



1783 



1 Feb. 1806 



23 Aug. 1783 

Cons. 23 Sept. 1783. 

Centenary Warrant, 
24 July 1883. 



1783 



1781 



451 



452 



453 



454 



1792 



363 



364 

A 



364 

B 



365 



1814 



1832 



1863 



467 



311 



250 



468 



469 



312 



251 



366 470 



1784 



1784 



23 July 1784 



1784 458 



455 



456 



457 



29 Sept. 1784 



367 



368 



369 



471 



313 



252 



459 



370 



27 



210 



Name of Lodge. 



Lodge of Truth. 



Raby Lodge. 



Royal Gloucester Lodge, 

Freemasons' Hall Medal 
(1786). 



Lodge of Concord, 

Named in 1789. 



Lodge of Concord. 



Loge La Parfaite Amitie. 



St. John's Lodge, 
No. 15 Provincial. 



Barry Lodge, 
No. 17 Provincial. 



Rainsford Lodge, 
No. 18 Provincial. 



Tyrian Lodge. 



Places of Meeting. 



Cricketers, Richmond Green, Richmond, London 1784 
Crown, Richmond Road, Twickenham, Middlesex 1787 
Cricketers, Richmond Green, Richmond, London 1793 
Erased 5 March 1828. 



Raby Castle Inn, Main St., StaindFOp, Durham 1784 
Erased 4 April 1798. 



Bell Inn, Southgate Street, Gloucester, 

Gloucestershire 1 785 
Upper George Tavern, Westgate St., Gloucester 1802 
Erased 3 December 1851. 



Old King's Arms, Fore Street, Plymouth Dock 

[now DeVOnpOPt], Devonshire 1784 

Freemasons' Inn, Chapel St., East StonehOUSe, 

Devonshire 1799 
Lapsed about 1800. 



Crown Inn, The Quay, IlfraCOmbe, Devonshire 1802 
Sutton's Hotel, Market Street, Ilfracombe l8i2 

Erased s March 1828. 



Avignon {Vaucluse, Comitat d'Avignon), 

Langitedoc^ France 1785 

Probably identical with a Grand Orient "Loge La Parfaite 
Union," of 13 Feb. 1785. 

Cannot have existed as an English Lodge after the 1789 
Revolution^ but was retained on Register until 1813. 



In the Block House, Miehilimacinac, subse- 
quently known as MackinaW [formerly in 

Canada'], Michigan, U.S. of America 1782 
Erased in 1813. 



Thipty-foupth Regiment, Quebec, Lower 

Canada, Quebec 1783 
At OsweStPy, Shropshire \1%%, 

,1 Trumpet Inn, Mardol, Shpewsbupy, n T788 
Erased in 1813. 



Fopty-fourth Regiment, Quebec, Lower 

Canada, Quebec 
Erased in 1813. 



Bunch of Grapes, Marketplace, DePby, Derbyshire 



George Inn, Sadler Gate, 

New Inn, Bridge Gate, 

George Inn, Sadler Gate, 

King's Arms Tavern, St. Mary's Gate, 

Talbot Inn, Iron Gate, 

Tiger and Commercial Inn, Corn Market, 

Talbot Inn, Iron Gate, 

Tiger Inn, Corn Market, 

Royal Hotel, Victoria Street, 

King's Head Hotel, Corn Market, 

Bell Hotel, Sadler Gate, 

St. James's Hotel, St. James's Street, 

Masonic Hall, Gower Street, 



Derby 



[784 



178S 
17S6 
1823 
1823 
1825 
1826 
1832 
1837 
1838 
1839 
1863 
1868 
1872 
1875 



Date of Warrant 
or Constitution. 



28 Oct. 1784 



6 Nov. 1784 



10 Jan. 1785 

Cons. Jan. or Feb. 1785, 
by Dunckerley. 



1 Aug. 1784 



1802 



16 Feb. 1785 



1782 

Prov. Warrant. 
Cons. 15 Nov. 1784. 



1783 

Prov. Warrant. 
Cons. 15 Nov. 1784. 



12 Sept. 1784 

Prov. Warrant. 
Cons. IS Nov. 1784. 



26 Mapch 1785 

Centenary Warrant, 
26 March 1885. 



1781 



460 



461 



462 



463 



464 



465 



466 



467 



468 



1792 



1814 



1832 



1863 



371 



472 



372 



373 



473 



314 



374 

A 



374 

B 



375 



474 



376 



377 



378 



379 



475 



315 



253 



211 



1 894 



Name of Lodge. 



Loge L'Egalite. 



254 



Trinity Lodge. 



Temple Lodge. 



Lodge of Unanimity. 



255 



Lodge of Harmony. 

Freemasons* Hall Medal. 
(1786). 

Dormant many years prior to 
1801. 



Lodge of St. George. 



Thanet Lodge. 



Lodge of Good Intent. 



Places of Meeting. 



Coach and Horses, Frith Street, Soho 
King's Head, Gerrard Street, n 

King's Arms, Grafton Street, n 

Coach and Horses, Frith Street, n 



London 1785 

„ 1787 

11 1790 

„ 1791 

United ivith^^ Ancient French Lodge,^' No. no \_No. 254 
^14 December 1754], in 1793. 



Harbour Grace (Conception), Newfoundland, 

North America 1785 
Erased in 1813. 



Golden Lion, Butcher Row, Coventry, 

Warwickshire 1785 

Bull and Anchor, Bishop Street, Coventry 1S04 

Spotted Dog, Bull Ring, n 1806 

The George, Little Park Street, n 1808 

Castle Inn, Broadgate, n 1824 

Craven Arms Hotel, High Street, n 1876 



Plume of Feathers, Wine Street, Bristol, 

Gloucestershire 1785 
Lamb Inn, Broadmead, Bristol 1785 

Erased^ Febi~uary 1791. 



Swan Inn, Sadler Street, WellS, Somersetshire 1785 
Private Room, ., Wells 1 791 

White Hart Inn, 1, i' 1797 

Mitre Inn, n n 1798 

Erasedio February 1809. 



Toy Inn, Hampton Court, Middlesex 1785 

Private Room, Hampton Court 1790 

Toy Inn, n 1801 

Red Lion Inn, Thames St., Hampton, Middlesex 1818 
Greyhound, George Street, Richmond, London 1828 



White Hart, Thames Street, Windsor, Berkshire 1785 
Erased in 1813. 



Parade Hotel, The Parade, Margate, Kent 1785 

Liverpool Arms, Charlotte Square, Margate 1826 

Erased^ " Warrant surrendered" 12 May 1829. 



Ship Tavern, Leadenhall Street, 



London 1785 



Crown and Anchor Tavern, Leadenhall Street, n 1S09 

Ship Tavern, 11 n 1813 

Black Bull, Chapel Street, Westminster, n 1818 

Adam and Eve, Bowling Street, n n 1823 

Old Chesterfield Arms, Shepherds' Market, 

Mayfair, n 1824 

United to " St. James's Union Lodge" No, 299 ]^No, 239 (A) 
of^ March 1787], in 1826. 



Date of Warrant 
or Constitution. 



6 April 1785 



30 April 1785 



4 May 1785 

Centenary Warrant, 
z June 1885. 



1786 



30 May 1785 



2 June 1785 

Centenary Warrant, 
3 June 1885. 



5 July 1785 



18 Aug. 1785 



20 Aug. 1785 

Warrant of Confirmation, 
20 April 1822. 



1781 



469 



1792 



380 



1814 



1832 



1863 



470 



471 



381 



382 



476 



316 



254 



472 



473 



383, 



474 



384 



477 



317 



255 



475 



476 



385 



386 



478 



477 



387 



479 



[ 212 ] 



Name of Lodge. 



Whitchurch Lodge. 



Lodge of Perfect Friendship 



Places of Meeting. 



256 



Lodge of Unions. 



257 



Industrious Lodge. 
Lodge of Independence, 



Lodge of Benevolence. 



St. Margaret's Lodge. 



Lodge of Friendship and 
Sincerity. 



Phoenix Lodge. 



White Lion, Watergate Street, WhitChUFCh, 

Shropshire 1785 
Erased 1$ November 1801. 



Green Man, The Quay, Ipswieh, Suffolk 1785 

Private Room, Carr Street, Ipswich 1786 

King's Head, King Street, m 1789 

liell Inn, Bell Lane (Stoke Hamlet), m 1807 

United with ^^ St. Luke's Lodge," No. 393 [No. 309 (A) of 
20 Oct. 1804], i^June 1820. 



Fox, Castle St., in the Park, Southwark, London 1785 

Red Lion, Borough, South-n-ark, m i79° 

Spread Eagle, Pratt Street, Lambeth, n 1792 

King's Arms, Bowling Street, Westminster, n 181 7 

Two Chairmen, Davies Street, Berkeley Square, n 1823 

Mandford Arms, Boston Street, Dorset Square, n 1827 

Red Lion, Old Cavendish Street, Oxford Street,it 1828 

The Crown, „ ,■ 11 1 829 

Blue Posts, Charlotte Street, Rathbone Place, m 1830 

Proctor's Hotel, Westminster Bridge Road, rt 1832 

Turk's Head [Wright's Hotel], Strand, 11 1840 

Westminster Hotel, Westminster Bridge Road, 1. 1842 

Exeter Hall Hotel, Strand, 1. 1845 

New Inn, Westminster Bridge Road, n 1847 

George and Blue Boar, Holborn, ti 1848 

Freemasons' Tavern, Great Queen Street, n 1851 

Freemasons' Llall, n pi 1865 



Castle and Falcon, Watergate Street, Chester, 

Cheshire 1785 

Pied Bull Inn, Northgate Street, Chester 1803 

Coach and Horses, 11 11 1816 

Old Nag's Head, Foregate Street, n 1820 

Erased 5 March 1828. 



Antelope Inn, Greenhill, ShePbome, Dorsetshire 1786 
Erased ^ April 1798. 



Rose and Crown, Dartmouth Street, Westminster, 

London 1786 

Erased 13 April 1796. 



Red Lion Inn, Church Lane, ShaftesbUPy, 

Dor.'^etshire 1786 
Last payment 1816. Erased in 1828. 



George Tavern, 31 High Street, PoFtsmOUth, 

Hampshire 1786 
Private Room (probably Blue Anchor), Portsmouth 1794 
Fountain Tavern, 56 High Street, n 1800 

George Hotel, 31 High Street, n 1814 

King's Arms Inn, Grand Parade, n 1820 

Private Room (late the Crown Inn), High St.,ii 1824 
Masonic Rooms, 1 10 High Street, n 1841 



Date of Warrant 
or Constitution. 



25 Aug. 1785 



23 Sept. 1785 



6 Oet. 1785 

The Warrant having 
been issued without a 
Date, the date of Con- 
stitution, 30 Oct. 1785, 
was subsequently in- 
serted in it. 6 Oct. 
178s, is the date in 
G.L. Warrant Book. 

Centenary Warrant, 
31 Oct. 1885. 



1781 



478 



479 



1792 



388 



389 



1814 



1832 



1863 



480 



1785 

Cons. 27 Dec. 1785. 



31 March 1786 



5 April 1786 



3 May 1786 



20 May 1786 

Cons. 7 Feb. 1786. 

Centenary Warrant, 

20 May 1886. 



480 



390 



481 



318 



256 



481 



391 



482 



482 



392 



483 



393 



484 



394 



483 



485 



395 



484 



319 257 



213 



i894 



Name of Lodge. 



Lodge of the Black Bear. 



St. John's Lodge. 



Carnatic Military Lodge, 
No. 2 Local. 

No. 2, 
Coast of Coromandel, 

1790. 



Hiram's Lodge. 



Lodge of Good-Will. 



Lodge of Sincerity. 



Lodge of Harmony. 



Snowdon Lodge. 



Places of Meeting. 



City of HanOVeP (Hanovev), 



Genuaiiy 1786 



Warranted 27 May 1774, by National G. L. of Germany at 
Berlin. Seceded to G. L. ofRatisbon, and re-warranted by 
it ig Feb. 1785. In May 1786 again constituted under 
England. 

Joined the Three Globes G.L. of Berlin in 1806. Returned 
to English Prov. G.L. of Hanover in iSog, but ceased to be 
English from 1828. 

Was erased from Register in 1813, but replaced in 1821 as 
No. *484-396, and was again erased in 1827. 

Now on Reg. of G.L. Royal York at Berlin. 



Golden Cross, High Street, BPOmSgPOVe, 

Worcestershi7'e 1786 
Star and Garter, High Street, DroitWich, 

Worcestershire 1 802 
Erased 6 February 1811. 



Areot (North Afcot), 
Vellore (North Arcot), 
Fort St. George, 
House in Puisewakum, 



Madras, India 1784 

Madras 1790 

Madras 1804 

Madras 181 1 



Erased in 1813, but united with " St. Andrew''s Lodge^'' 
No. t Local, under designation of ^'' St. Andrews Union 
Lodge " [No. 590 o/'i799], 13 /uljr 1814. 



4th Brigade of Army, at Futty Ghur 

[FutehgUFh] (Allahabad), JV. IV. Provinces, 

India 1786 
Prov. G.L. reported on 6 Feb. 1788, that this Lodge either 
never did work, or had then ceased to exist. 
Erased 12 February 1794. 



Gibraltar (Malaga), 



Spain 1786 



Erased ifi 1813. 



Private Room, Braintree, Essex 1786 

Bull, Church Street, Braintree 1788 

Private Koom, n 1792 

Erased (" Broke up "). Warrant returned 7 lune 1823. 



Buck i' th' Vine, Wallgate, 
Ring of Bells, Millgate, 
Royal Oak, m 



Wigan, Lancashire 1786 

Wigan 1813 

„ 1823 



Erased 5 March 1828, but is stated to exist and work as a 
Spurious Lodge, meeting at the King's Head in the Market 
Place. 



Golden Lion, Moor Street, Ormsklrk, Lancashire 1786 

The Ship, Moor Street, Ormskirk 1796 

Talbot, Atighton Street, 11 1802 

Swan Inn, Burscough Street, n 1809 

Erased^ September 1838. 



The Sportsman, Castle Street, Carnarvon, 

Carnarvonshire 
Erased 10 February i8og. 



1786 



Date of iWarrant 
or Constitution. 

24 May 1786 

(Have met since 1774. 
G. L. Cat.) 



11 July 1786 



12 Oet. 1786 

Cons. November T7S4. 



4 Dee. 1786 



22 Nov. 1786 



3 Nov. 1786 

The Warrant bears 
date 3 Nov. 1787, ap- 
parently an error. It 
is clearly 1786 in G.L. 
Warrant Book. 



30 Nov. 1786 



12 Dee. 1786 



25 Dee. 1786 



I78I 


1792 


1814 


1832 


1863 


486 


396 








487 


397 


•• 


•• 




488 


398 




•• 


•• 


489 


399 








490 


400 


•• 


•• 


•• 


491 


401 


485 


■• 


•• 


492 


402 


486 




•• 


493 


403 


487 


320 




494 


404 




•• 





214 



i«94 



258 



Name of Lodge. 



Lodge of St. Charles, 

or 

Charles of the Rue-Wreath. 



Maekworth Lodge. 



St. Matthew's Lodge. 



Amphibious Lodge. 



Amphibious Lodge. 



Newtonian Lodge. 



Royal Navy Lodge. 



Lodge of Trade and 
Navigation. 



Lodge of Unity. 



Lodge of Unity. 



Places of Meeting. 



HildSburghaUSen, (Saxe-Meiningen), Germany 1787 

Was kept on Register until 1813. 

Though warranted by England it acted from the first as an 
independent Grand Lodge, and is so still, owing allegiance to 
no Grand Lodge, but forming, with four others in Germany, 
the " Union of the Five Independent Lodges." 



YPlace utiknowii] Cowbridge, Glamorganshire 1787 
Erased iS Aj>7-il 1792. 



George Inn, George Street, BartOn-upon- 

HumbeP, Lincolnshire 1787 
Erased 3 December 1851. 



Marine Barracks, East StonehOUSe, Devonshire 1787 

Is said to have been warranted 15 June 1786, and constituted 
at Suttling House, Marine Barracks, Stonehouse, 22 August 
J 786. 

Last Register T October I'j^i. L,apsed about iZoo, 



Shears Inn, Halifax Road, High Town, Yorkshire 1803 
White Hart, Gomersal Lane, High Town 1809 

Shears Inn, Halifax Road, ir 181 1 

Bull's Head, Listing Lane, Little GomePSal, 

Yorkshire 1813 
White Hart, Gomersal Lane, High ToWn 1816 

Globe Inn, Huddersfield Road, Millbridge, 

Yorkshire 1824 
Freemasons' Hall, Market St., Hecltmondwike, 

Yorkshire 1850 



Elephant & Castle, High St., Knaresborough, 

Yorkshire 1785 
Not in List until 1787. 

Erased 3 December 1851. 



Sea Horse Tavern, Sea Horse Street, GOSpOFt, 

Hampshire 1 787 
Erased 12 February 1794. 



New Eagle and Child, High Street, Northwich, 

Cheshire 1786 
Not in List until 1787. 

Erased 5 March T828. 



Three Crowns Inn, Bread Market Street, 

Lichfield, Staffordshi7-6 1787 
Last Register 21 Sept. 1806. Lapsed about 1809. 



White Horse Inn, Town End, Longnor, 

Staffordshire 1811 
Erased 3 June 1829. 



Date of Warrant 
or Constitution. 



7 Feb. 1787 



20 MaFeh 1787 



20 March 1787 

Cons. 21 Sept. 1787. 



15 June 1787 



2 May 1803 

(Has the above Warrant 
of IS June 1787). 



22 Jan. 1785 



10 June 1787 



5 Sept. 1786 



24 July 1787 



25 July 1811 



1781 



495 



496 



497 



498 



499 



1792 



405 



406 



407 

A 



407 

B , 



1814 



1832 



1863 



488 



321 



408 



500 



501 



502 



409 



410 



411 

A 



411 

B 



490 



491 



492 



322 



258 



323 



[ 2IS ] 



i894 



259 



Name of Lodge. 



Prinee of Wales' 
Lodge. 

Royal Medal, from 1787. 

Red Apron Lodge f 1816). 

Garter-blue edging to Aprons 
worn by the Members. 



Lodge Astrea. 



Royal Denbigh Lodge. 



Lodge Absalom. 



Lodge of St. George. 



Lodge Emanuel. 



Lodge Ferdinande Caroline. 



Places of Meeting. 



Thatched House Tavern, St. James's St., London 1787 

Star and Garter, Pall Mall, ,, 1789 

Thatched House Tavern, St. James's Street, n 1802 

Freemasons' Tavern, Great Queen Street, fi 1831 

Thatched House Tavern, St. James's Street, it 1842 

Willis's Rooms, King Street, St. James's Square,ii 1842 

Thatched House Tavern, St. James's Street, m 1843 
Westminster Palace Hotel, Victoria Street, 

Westminster, n 1862 

Willis's Rooms, King Street, St. James's Square, m 1865 

Hotel Metropole, Northumberland Avenue, n 1891 



Riga (IJvonia), Russia, with permission to assemble 

in the Duchy of CoUFland, Russia 1785 

Warranted by English Prov. G.L. of Russia. 

Joined National G.L. in 1776. 

Must have been exthtguished by contitiand 0/ the Ejnpress 
in 1794, if then existing, but was not erased from English 
Register until 1813. 



[Constituted at] The Feathers, Chester, Cheshire 1787 
Red Lion, Denbigh, Denbighshire 1787 

Crown Inn, Hall Square, Denbigh 1788 

Erased t February 1811. 



Hamburg [Free City] (Saxony), Germany 1786 

Have met since 1740. G.L. Cal. 

Reconstituted by English Prov. G.L. of Hamburg on its 
revival in 1786. 

G.L. of Hamburg became independent in 1811. Retained 
on English Register nntil 1813. 

Now on Reg. of G.L. of Hamburg. 

.See No. 119, page 86. 



Hamburg [Free City] (Saxony), 

G.L. Cal. 



Germany 1786 



Have met since 1743. 

Reconstituted by English Prov. G.L. of Hamburg on its 
revival in 1786. 

Erased in 1813. 

Now on Reg. of G.L. of Hamburg. 

See No. 128, page 88. 



Hamburg [Free City] (Saxony), Germany 1786 

Have met since 1774. G.L. Cal. 

Constituted by Prov. G.L. of Hamburg when an inde- 
pendent Strict Observance G.L., and came under our 
jurisdiction on the revival of the English Prov. G.L. in 1786. 

Erased in 1813. 

Now on Reg. of G.L. of Hamburg. 



Hamburg [Free City] (Saxony), Germany 1786 

Have met since T 776. G.L. Cal. 

Constituted by Prov. G.L. of Hamburg when an inde- 
pendent _ Strict Observance G.L., and came under our 
jurisdiction on the revival of the English Prov. G.L. in 1786. 

Erased in 1813. 

Now on Reg. of G.L. of Hamburg. 



Date of Warrant 
or Constitution. 



20 Aug. 1787 

Cons. 16 April 1787. 

Centenary Warrant, 

I January 1891. 



1781 



503 



1792 



412 



1814 



493 



1832 



324 



1863 



259 



21 Aug. 1787 

Cons. 4 Jan. 1785. 



504 



413 



5 Aug. 1787 

Cons. 6 Aug. 1787. 



24 Aug. 1786 



505 



414 



506 



415 



24 Aug. 1786 



507 



416 



24 Aug. 1786 



508 



417 



24 Aug. 1786 



509 



418 



2l6 



1894 



Name of Lodge. 



260 



Lodge of Perfect. Harmony. 

Named in 1790. 

No. 3, 
Coast of Coromandel. 179°- 



Lodge of Social Friendship. 

No. 4, 
Coast of CoromandeL 



Lodge of the Roek, 

1818. 



No. 5, 
Coast of CoromandeL 



Lodge of Social Friendship, 

Named in 1790. 

No. 6, 
Coast of Coromandel, 

to j8o6. 
No. 4 after that year. 



Prince of Wales' Lodge. 



Places of Meeting. 



Lodge of Hope. 



St. Paul's Lodge, 

No. 10 Provincial to 1785. 

No. 4, 1786-1797. 



Lodge of Unity. 



Coast of COFOmandel (Chingleput), Madras, 

India 1786 
St. Thomas' Mount (Chingleput), Madras 1790 

Masonic Hall, SePingapatam (Mysore Native 

State), Madras 1803 

Erased in 1813. 



Coast of Coromandel (Chingleput), Madras, 

India 1787 
Gaol Street, Black Town, Madras 1803 

Dispossessed of its \Vnrra71t ajid suspended Au^. 1804. 



Triehinopoly (Trichinopoly), Madras, India 1816 

Took the returned Warrant of " Perfect Harmony," No. 3, 
Coast of Coromandel. 

Avenue Road, 



Trichinopoly 1879 



Coast of Coromandel (Chingleput), Madras, 

India 1787 
Trichinopoly (Trichinopoly), Madras 1790 

" Dormant " in 1806. JUrased in 1813. 



Coast of Coromandel (Chingleput), Madras, 

India 1787 
St. Thomas' Mount (Chingleput), Madras 1790 

Fort St. George, Madras 1820 

Egmore Road, n 1848 

Ceased to work about 1855. 
Erased 4 Iun£ 1862. 



White Lion, Lord Street, Gainsborough, 

Lincolnshire 1787 
White Hart, Lord Street, Gainsborough 1793 

Private Room, Jerrem's Buildings, Southolme, 

Gainsborough 1803 

Lapsed. Became dormant, and Warrant purchased by Masons 
of Sleaford. 



Old White Hart, Southgate, SleafOFd, Lincolnshire i8lS 
Erased s March 1828. 



Montreal (Montreal), Lo-wer Canada, Quebec 1770 

Not in List until 1787. 

Took an Athol Prov. G.L. Warrant, No. 12 Lower Canada, 
I May 1797. See No. 782 of 1814 enumeration. 

Lapsed in i-]^'] , Erased in i^i-^. 

N.B. — Lodges 515 to 521 were reported by the Prov. G.M. 
to G.L. on 24 October 1787, as having been constituted. 
Dates of Warrants were not sent. 



In the Regiment of Anholt-Zerbst, Quebec, 

Lower Canada, Quebec 1 780 
Not in List until 1787. See above. 
Erased in 1813. 



Fort William Henry, (formerly in Canada), 

now in State of New York, U.S. 0/ America 1764 

At the Head of Lake George, near present Town of Caldwell. 
Not in List until 1787. See above. 
Erased in 1813. 



Date of Warrant 
or Constitution. 



1786 



1787 



27 Dee. 1816 

Warrant of Confirmationj 
29 Sept. 1874. 



1787 



1787 



28 Nov. 1787 

Cons. 17 Dec. 1787. 



1818 



8 Nov. 1770 



1781 1792 



510 



511 



512 



513 



514 



515 



1780 



1764 



516 



517 



419 



420 

A 



420 

B 



421 



422 



423 



424 



425 



1814 



1832 



1863 



494 



325 



260 



495 



326 



496 

A 



496 

B 



426 



[ 217 ] 



1 894 



Namb of Lodge. 



St. James' Lodge, 
No. 14 Ppovinelal. 



Select Lodge, 
No. 16 Provincial. 



New Oswegatchie Lodge, 
No. 7 Provincial. 



261 



St. John's Lodge, 
No. 19 Provincial. 



Pythagorean Lodge. 



Wiltshire Lodge. 



Lodge of Unanimity. 

Lodge of Unanimity 
and Sincerity, 

1797. 



262 



Salopian Lodge. 



Places of Meeting. 



Cataraqui [now Kingston] (Frontenac), 

Upper Canada, Ontario 1787 

Cataraqui appears on old maps as the name of Lake Ontario, 

and its outlet Iroauois River. 

Not in List until 17B7. See note on page 2t6. 

Lapsedin z-i^-i. Erased in i^i-i. 



Montreal (Montreal), Lower Canada, Quebec 1782 

Not in List until 1787. See note on page 216. 
Lapsed in ij^2. Erased in zBi^. 



House of Adiel Sherwood, midway between Brock- 
ville and Sherwood, NeW Oswegatcllie 
[formerly in Canada], ElizabetiltOWn [now 

Broekville], (Leeds), New York, U.S. of 

America 1786 
Not in List until 1787. See note on page 216. 

Warranted by P.G.M. CollinSj of Quebec, and known as 
the New Oswegatchie — the Indian term for the Elackwater 
Rivei at Ogdensburgh. 

Erased in 1813. 



Freemasons' Hall, Niagara, (Lincoln), Upper 

Canada, Ontario 1785 
Not in List until 1787- See note on page 216. 

Masonic Hall, East End of Town, Niagara 179 1 

Erased in 1813. 



Castle Tavern, Hill Street, Richmond, London 178S 
Erased 9 Aprit 1794. 



Black Swan, Market Place, DevizeS, Wiltshire 17 
Erased 6 February 1811. 



Swan Inn, Ditton Street, Ilminstor, Somersetshire 1788 

George Inn, North Street, Ilminster 1793 

London Inn, East St., Taunton, Somersetshire 1797 

Private Room, Mr. Bates', North Street, Taunton 1729 

New Inn \unknowr{\, 11 1806 

Market House, Market Place, m 1817 

London Inn, East Street, u 1818 

Sweet's Hotel, Castle Green, n 1834 

Fackrell's Hotel, i. " 1840 

Giles's Hotel, n " 1846 

Clarke's Hotel, „ t, 1863 

Masonic liall. The Crescent, 11 1879 



The Fox, Princess St., Shrewsbury, Shropshire 1788 

Trumpet Inn, Hill's Lane, Mardol, Shrewsbury 1801 

- • ■ n 1813 

II 1814 

II 1814 

1, 1816 

M 1827 

1835 

II 1838 

II 1840 

II 1843 

1857 

1857 

1859 

Tl 1870 

,1 1887 

It 1888 

II 1892 



Britannia Inn, Mardol, 
Unicorn Inn, Wj'le Cop, 
Raven and Bell, Wyle Cop, 
Crown Inn, St. Mary's Street, 
Fox Inn, Princess Street, 
Raven Inn, Castle Street, 
Lion Hotel, Wyle Cop, 
Masonic Hall, High Street, 
Raven and Bell Inn, Wyle Cop, 
Lion Hotel, Wyle Cop, 
Raven and Bell Inn, Wyle Cop, 
Raven Hotel, Castle Street, 
Lion Hotel, Wyle Cop, 
Music Plall, The Square, 
Vaughan's Mansion, College Hill, 
Music Hall, The Square, 



Date of Warrant 
or Constitution. 



12 May 1787 



Aug. 1782 



1786 



1785 



23 Feb. 1788 



1 March 1788 



7 March 1788 

Centenary Warrant, 
7 May i888. 



I781 



518 



519 



520 



521 



522 



1792 



427 



428 



429 



430 



431 



523 432 



524 



13 May 1788 

Cons. 10 Sept. 1788. 

Centenary Warrant, 
14 May 1888. 



1814 



433 



1832 



1863 



497 327 



525 



434 



261 



498 328 



262 



28 



2l8 



Name of Lodge. 



263 



Bank of England 
Lodge. 

A ^^ Masters' Lodge " 
1802-13. 



264 



Lodge of Honour and 
Perseverance. 



Nelson of the Nile 
Lodge. 



Philanthropic Lodge. 



Dulce of York's Lodge. 



265 



The Milnes Lodge, 1788. 

Royal Yorkshire 
Lodge, 1788. 



Old Globe Lodge. 



Places of Meeting. 



Guildhall Coffee House, Gresham St., London 1788 

Ship Tavern, Long Lane, Bemiondsey, n 1799 

The Horns, Bermondsey Square, 11 1802 

The Horns, Gutter Lane, Cheapside, ir 1817 

Goose and Gridiron, St. Paul's Churchyard, n 1S20 

Horn Tavern, Doctors' Commons, m 1821 

Radley's Hotel, Bridge Street, Blackfriars, m 1832 

The Albion Tavern, Aldersgate Street, n 1871 



Ship Inn, Market Place, CockermOUth, 

Cujnberland 1788 
Lapsed about 1800. 



Black Bull Tnn, Commercial Road, Batlcy, 

Yorkshire 1801 

Black Bull Inn, East Thorpe, Mirfleld, « 1816 

Freemasons' Arms, Hopton, Mirfield 1818 

Three Nuns' Inn, Huddersfield Road, m 1822 

Bull and Butcher, Wellington Street, Batley 1832 

Bridge Hotel, Carlinghow, Bradford Road, n 1843 

Wilton Arms, Commercial Street, n 1845 

Masonic Hall, Park Road, n 1866 



Bull Inn, Hall Street, Melford, Suffolk 1788 

Cock and Bell Inn, Hall Street, Melford 1796 

Swan Inn, n n 1819 

Cock and Bell Inn, n n 1837 

Erased 3 December 1851. 



Black Boy Inn, French Gate, DoncasteP, 

Yorkshire 1788 
White Bear Inn, Hall Gate, Doncaster 1793 

King's Arms, St. Sepulchre Gate, n 1804 

Elm Tree, Main Street, Bingley, Yorkshire 1807 

Erased ^ Dec. 1822. Subsequently reinstated. 
Erased again 5 March 1828. 



DevonshireArms,ChurchSt.,Keighley, Yorkshire 1788 

Lord Rodney, Church Street, Keighley 1801 

Private Room, Rodney Yard, ir 1836 

Freemasons' Hall, Church Street, u 1862 

Private Room, n n 1865 

11 Cook Lane, it 1868 

Masonic Hall, Low Street, m 1873 

Masonic Hall, Hanover Street, 11 1875 



Old Globe Inn, Globe Street, Scarborough, 

YorJishire : 
In consequence of the Prov. G.L. demanding dues, the 
members appeared to have ceased to work under this Warrant 
and to have taken one under the " Ancients." See No. 267 
(A) of 5 March 1791 (page 176). 

Made no returns after 1791, andwas erased to April 1799. 

Appears to have had the number 504 assigned to it, in error, 
in 1814. 



Date of Warrant 
or Constitution. 



24 June 1788 



1781 



526 



1792 



435 



1814 



499 



1832 



329 



1863 



263 



5 July 1788 



527 



27 l«ay 1801 



436 

A 



436 

B 



500 



330 



264 



1 Aug. 1788 



528 



437 



501 



331 



23 Aug. 1788 

Cons. 9 Aug. 1788. 



529 



438 



502 



23 Aug. 1788 

Cons. 9 Aug. 17S8. 

Centenary Warvantj 
22 Aug. 1888. 



530 



439 



503 



332 



265 



23 Aug. 1788 

Cons. IS Feb. 1788. 



531 



440 



504 



219 



Name of Lodge. 



266 Lodge of Napthali. 



267 



268 



269 



Lodge of Unity. 



Lodge of Union, 

Named in 1792. 



Lodge of Fidelity. 



Egerton Lodge. 



Places of Meeting. 



Spread Eagle, Chapel St., SalfOPd, Lancashire 
Red Lion, Chapel Stieet, Salford 

New Market Inn, Smithfield Market, 

Manchester, Lancashire 
Crown Inn, Booth St., Fountain St., Manchester 
Dog Tavern, Deansgate, ti 

The Volunteer, Union Square, BuFy, Lancashire 
Hope and Anchor, Bolton Street, Bury 

Masons' Arms, Whitefleld, near Manchester, 

Lancashire 
Bridge Inn, Heap Bridge, near Bury, L.ancashire 
Brunswick Hotel, Bridge St., HeyWOOd, n 
Private Room, York Street, Heywood 

Masonic Rooms, Church Street, n 

iMasonic Rooms, Market Place, n 

Navigation Inn, Manchester Street, n 

Freemasons' Arms Hotel, Market Place, 11 



Dog Tavern, Deansgate, Manchester, Lancashire 
Royal Oak, Market Street Lane, Manchester 

Falstaff Tavern, Market Place, n 

Trumpet Tavern, Back Square, n 

Trumpet Tavern, Shude Hill, n 

Dog and Partridge, Deansgate, n 

Queen's Arms, Chapel Street, Salford, Lancashire 



1791 

1792 
1S03 
1816 
1830 
■833 



1842 
1858 
1867 
1872 
1874 
1879 



Manchester 



White Lion, Deansgate, 

Boar's Head, Hyde Cross, 

Wheatsheaf, Angel Street, 

Crown, Deansgate, 

Dog Inn, Deansgate, n 

Freemasons' Tavern, Bridge Street, n 

Macclesfield Arms Hotel, Jordan Gate, 

Maeclesfleld, Cheshire 



Hulme, Lancashire 

Manchester 



i7»S 
1790 
1797 
1801 
1804 

l8l2 

i8j6 
1826 
1831 
1836 

1839 
1841 

1843 
1844 



Elackmoor's Head, Old Churchyard, 

Manchester, Lancashire 1788 

St. John's Tavern, Smithy Door, Manchester 1792 

Crown and Thistle, Old Churchyard, n 1803 

Falstaff Tavern, Market Place, i. 1807 

Dog Tavern, Deansgate, n 1813 

Bush Inn, 11 n 1817 

North British Volunteer, n n 1819 
Devonshire Arms, Newhouse Hill, MellOF, 

Derbyshire 1822 

Wellington Arms, Mellor Moor End, Mellor 1834 

Duke of Sussex, ip n 1838 
Shuttle Inn, Compstall Bridge, LudWOFth, 

Derbyshire 1840 
Queen's Arms Inn, George St., AshtOn-Under- 

Lyne, Lancashire i860 



Thorn Inn, St. James' Street, Burnley, Lancashire 1788 
Britannia Inn, Lord Street, Blackburn, " 1837 

Angel Inn, King Street, Blackburn 1849 

White Bull Hotel, Church Street, 1, 1872 

Old Bull Hotel, 1, n 1881 



Coach and Horses, High Street, Whitchurch, 

Shropshire 1789 
Red Lion Inn, High Street, Whitchurch 1793 

Erased 23 November 1801. 



Date of Warrant 
or Constitution. 



1781 



1792 



1814 



1832 



22 Sept. 1788 

Cons. 22 Sept. 1788. 



532 



441 



505 



333 



1863 



266 



26 Sept. 1788 



533 



442 



506 



334 



267 



27 Sept. 1788 

Centenary Warrant, 
22 Nov. 1888. 



534 



443 



507 



335 



268 



30 Sept. 1788 

Cons. 2 Oct. 1788. 

Centenary Warrant, 
29 Sept. 1888. 



535 



444 



508 



336 



269 



1 Jan. 1789 



536 



445 



Xame of Lodge. 



Lodge of Unity. 



St. John's Lodge of 
Secrecy and Harmony. 



Country Stewards' Lodge. 



Lodge of Faith and 
Friendship. 

Koyal Lodge of Faith 
and Friendship, 

iSoS. 



New Brunswicli Lodge. 



Cambrian Lodge. 



Royal Clarence Lodge. 



Lodge of Harmony. 



Lodge of Harmony. 



Places of Meeting. 



Beneficent Lodge. 



Star and Garter, Pall Mall, London 17S9 

It is noted that the Warrant for this Lodge wa-^ not mads out 

until February' 1792. 

Erased 12 Fehruary 1800. 



DantziC (West Prussia), Germany 17S9 

Seceded from English Rule 8 March 1790. 

U"ij, h<nt}€ver, not erased /roin Engiish Register until \^\-^. 

Now on Reg. of G.L. Roj-al York at Berlin. 



■ Sa Maison," Malta 17SS 

" Have assembled as a Lodge since 30 June 1788." 
Last fayrrwni 1791. Erased in 1S13. 



Guildhall Coffee House, Gresham Street, London 17S9 
Freemasons' Tavern, Great Queen Street, n 179° 

Last payinent 1799. La/scd about 1S02. 



White Hart Inn, High Street, Berkeley, 

Giojict'sti'rs/iire 1S02 
Town Hall, Maiyleport Street, Berkeley 1826 

White Hart Inn, High Street, 11 1837 

Berkeley Arms Hotel, Market Place, n 1845 



Frederieton (York), New Brunswick, 

iXerl/i A»uTn-a 1789 
Erased in 1813. 



Swan Inn, Ship Street, BrCCOn, BraknocksJiire 17S9 

Erased s M.irch 1828. 



White Horse Inn, East Street, Brighton, Sussex 1789 
Old Ship Inn, King's Road, Brighton iSoi 

Royal Pavilion, Pavilion Parade, n 1S67 



White Hart, in the Drapery, Northampton, 

Xoi.'i'hlni/'h'ilsJlh-c- 17S9 
Last Register 12 /une ijg2. Lapsed about iSoo. 



Ship Tavern, Custom House Lane, Boston, 

Lincolnshire I S06 
Private Room, Church Street, 
Dolphin Inn, Dolphin Lane, 
New London Tavern, South End, 
Private Room, Church Street, 
Freemasons' Hall, Corpus Christi Lane, 
Masonic Hall, Main Ridge, 



New Angel, Market Place, Maeelesfleld, Cheshire 17S9 
Unicorn Inn, Unicorn Gateway, Market Place, 

Macclesfield 1804 

Erased in 1S27, 



Date of Warrant 
or Constitution. 



4 March 1789 



17 March 1789 



30 March 1789 



25 July 1789 



4 Nov. 1802 



2 April 1789 



1 August 1789 



8 August 1789 

Cons. 26 Aug. 1789. 

Centenary- A^'arr.'\^t, 

S Aug. iSSg. 



20 Aug. 1789 



18 Jan. 1806 



1781 



Boston 1S19 
II lS2q 


Endorsed on Warrant 
of 1789. 


" 1S33 
II 1836 
II 1854 
II 1S63 


Cons. 4 Feb. 1806. 



19 June 1789 



537 



538 



539 



540 



541 



542 



543 



544 



1814 



I S3 



1863 



446 



447 



448 



449 

A 



449 

B 



509 



337 



270 



450 



451 



452 



510 



511 



338 



271 



545 



453 



453 

B 



512 



339 



272 



454 



513 



221 



i894 



273 



274 



Name of Lodge. 



Royal York Lodge. 



Royal York Lodge. 



Lodge Universal 
Charity. 



Lodge Frederick Charles 

Joseph, of the Golden 

Wheel. 



Wrekin Lodge, 



Lodge of Tranquillity. 



Lodge of Tranquillity. 



Independent Lodge. 



Independent Lodge of the 
United Pottery, 1803. 



Albion Lodge. 



Places of Meeting. 



White Lion, Broad Street, Bristol, Gloiicestershin 1789 
Bush Tavern, Corn Street, Bristol 1792 

Lapsed about 1800. 



Salutation Inn, Tetbury St., Mlnchinhampton, 

Gloucestershire 1 80 1 
Oreen Dragon, King Street, Stroud, n 1807 

Salutation Lni, Tetbury St., Minchinhampton 1810 
King's Head Inn, Market Place, Cireneester, 

Gtoucestenhire 18 13 
Erased in 1R20. 



Madras (Chingleput), Madras, Imlia 181 1 

Took the Vacant Wariant of No. 8 (Local). 

Not in List until 1822. 
" Revived 2 April 1S46," IVarrant Book. 
Popham's, Broadway, Madras 1852 

Masonic Hall, Esplanade, m 1855 

Masonic Hall, Vepery, m 1872 



Mainz (Hesse-Darmstadt), Germany rj 

Became dormant in 1792, but waf; re-opened in Aschaffen- 
burg in 1806, and was subsequently closed by order of the 
Grand Duke of Frankfort, dated 31 May 1812 ; not re-opened 
since. 

Erased from English Registerin 1813. 



Talbot Inn, Walker St., Wellington, Shropshire 1789 
The Pheasant Inn, Market Place, Wellington 1790 

Erased 4 April 1798. 



Three Tuns Tavern, Smithy Door, Manchester, 

Lancashire 
Britannia Inn, Newton Street, Manchester 

Old Boar's Head, Hyde Cross, 11 

Dog and Partridge, Deansgate, n 

Pack Horse, in the Apple Market, n 



1785 
1792 
1796 
1800 
1804 



Warrant and Furniture disposed of . 
11 July 1809. 



Lodge dissolved 



Cross Keys Inn, Old Street, Newehureh 

(Rossendale), Lancashire 1809 

Black Dog Inn, Church Street, Newehureh 1810 

Dolphin Inn, Old Street, n 1829 

Black Dog Inn, Church Street, 11 1837 

Boar's Head Inn, .1 n 1843 



Black Lion and Swan, Swan Bank, Congleton, 

Cheshire 1789 
Last Register 13 Nov. 1796. Lapsed about 1802. 



White Lion, Church St., Lane End, Staffordshire 1805 
Erased $ March 1828. 



[Place unknown] Skipton, Yorkshire 1789 

Erased 4 April 1798. 



Date of Warrant 
or Constitution. 



16 Aug. 1789 



1801 

Warrant of Confirmation, 
20 Jan. 1802. 



7 May 1811 

Warrant of Confirmation, 
23 Jan. 1847. 



4 Sept. 1789 



14 Sept. 1789 



17 July 1789 

Cons, same day. 



2 Dee. 1809 

Centenary Warrant, 

17 July 1889. 



22 Oct. 1789 



[April] 1805 



Aug. 1789 



1781 



546 



1792 



1814 



1832 



1863 



455 

A 



455 

B 



547 



548 



549 



550 



551 



456 



457 



458 

A 



458 

B 



459 



459 

B 



460 



514 

A 



514 

B 



340 



273 



515 



341 



274 



516 



222 



Name of Lodge. 



275 



276 



277 



278 



Lodge of Harmony. 



Lodge of 
Good Fellowship. 



Lodge of Friendship. 



Lodge of the North Star, 
No. 13 of Bengal, 1789. 

7th Lodge of Bengal, 1793. 

Calpean Lodge, 1789. 

Lodge of Friendship, 

1815. 



Friendly Lodge. 



Places or Meeting. 



Friendly Lodge. 



Harodim Lodge. 



Harmony Lodge. 



Harmony Lodge. 



Royal Clarence Lodge. 



Angel Inn, Dean Cloiigh, Halifax, Yorhhire 1789 

Bacchus, King Street, Halifax 1794 

Lower George Inn, Crown Street, u 1803 

Blaclc Bull, Copper Street, n 1831 

Private Room, Huddsrsfleld, Yorkshire 1837 

Masonic Hall, South Parade, Huddersfield 1837 



Saracen's Head, High Street, Chelmsford, Essex 1 789 
White Hart, Conduit Street, Chelmsford l8i6 



Ring of Bells, Goulborne (now Church Street), 

Oldham, Lancashire 1789 
Angel Inn, High Street, Oldham 1791 



Spread Eagle, Manchester Street, 
Angel Inn, High Street, 
Ring of Bells, Church Street, 
Coach and Horses, Church Lane, 
Angel Inn, High Street, 
Freemasons' Hall, Union Street, 



1817 
1818 
1826 
1829 
1842 
1871 



Frederieksnagore (Danish Factory), Bengal, 

India 1789 
Erased ill 1813. 



Gibraltar (Malaga), Spain 1788 

" Have met by Dispensalion as a Lodge since i Dec. 1788." 
Freemasons' Hall, Glynn's Buildings, Gibraltar i860 
Horse Barracks Lane, 1, 1874 

Masonic Hall, Alameida, „ 1886 



Nag's Head Inn, Leather Lane, Holborn, London 1790 
King's Head Tavern, High Holborn, ,, 1793 

Queen's Arms Tavern, Newgate Street, „ 1798 

Ashby Castle, Northampton Square, „ 1810 

Globe Tavern, Fleet Street, „ 1814 

Lnpsed about 1815. 



King's Head Inn, Market Hill, Bamsley, 

Yorkshire 1816 

Last J>ayiiieni 1825. Ej-ased in 1832. 



White Hart Tavern, Holborn, London 1790 

Freemasons' Tavern, Great Queen Street, „ 1791 

Unitedwith " Lodge of Antiquity " No i [T*./., No. 1 of 
the Four Old Lodges^, in 1794. 



Dolphin Inn, West Street, Chichester, Sussex 1790 
Lapsed before 1800. 



Fountain Inn [now Bridge Inn] (Entrance to 

Bridge), Shoreham, Sussex iSoo 

No payment after 1825. Erased in 1832. 



George Hotel, Marketplace, Frome, Somersetshire 1 790 
Erased 5 September 1838. 



Date of Warrant 
or Constitution. 



6 Nov. 1789 

Warrant of Confirmation, 

18 Jan. 1839. 

Centenary Warrant, 

7 Nov. 1889. 



1 Dee. 1789 

Centenary Warrant, 
2 Jan. 1890. 



22 Aug. 1789 

Cons. 2 Sept. 1789. 

Centenary Warrant, 
22 Aug. 1889. 



8 March 1789 



15 Dee. 1789 

Warrants of Confirma- 
tion in 1817 and 
8 Dec. 1825. 

Centenary Warrant, 
2 May 1892. 



5 Feb. 1790 



1816 

Warrant of Confirmation 
II March 1824. 



March 1790 



11 May 1790 



Nov. 1800 



2 June 1790 

Warrant of Confirmation, 
23 Sept. 1822. 



1781 



552 



553 



554 



1792 



461 



462 



555 



556 



557 



1814 



517 



518 



463 519 344 



1832 



1863 



342 



275 



343 



464 



465 



466 



558 



659 



560 



520 



345 



276 



277 



278 



521 

A 



467 



468 

A 



468 

B 



469 



521 

B 



522 



523 



346 



223 



Name of Lodge. 



Corinthian Lodge. 



279 



St. John's Lodge. 



Lodge Apchiraedes of the 
Three Tracing Boards. 



Lodge of the Three 
Arrows. 



Lodge of Constancy. 



Lodge of the Rising Sun. 



Lodge of the Temple of 
True Concord. 



Places of Meeting. 



Wing Tavern, Part of Old Town Hall, Newapk- 

upon-Trent, NoUingham shire 1790 
Rutland Arms, Barnby Gate, Newark-upon-Trent 1791 
Ram Inn, Castle Gate, n '794 

Last /taytneitt i&^^. Erased in 1851. 



Lion and Dolphin, Market Place, Leicester, 

Leicestershire 



1790 
1801 
1810 
1816 
1817 
1821 



Three Cranes Inn, Gallowtree Gate, Leicester 
\Yhite Si\an Inn, Market Place, n 

Three Cranes Inn, Gallowtree Gate, n 

George Inn, Haymarket, n 

Bell Hotel, Humberstone Gate, n 

Lodge met (by Dispensation) [to lay foundation stone of a 
church] at Queen's Head Inn, Coleorton, 5 July 1825. 

Freemasons' Hall, Halford Street, Leicester 1859 



AltenbUPg' (Saxe-Altenburg), Germany 1789 

Constituted 3T January 1742, by Lodge Minerva of the 
Three Palms, Leipzig. Joined the National Grand Lodge in 
Berlin in 1755, resumed independence in 1785, joined the 
Frankfort Grand Lodge in 1788, and on the revival of the 
English Prov. G.L., came under English rule in 1789. 
Resumed its independence in 1793. 

Was retained on English Register until 1813. 

Is now owing allegiance to no Grand Lodge, but forms 
with four others in Germany, the " Union of the Five 
Independent Lodges. " 



NuFnbeFg' (Bavaria), Gervwny 1790 

Constituted 12 March 1790, by Prov. G.L. of Frankfort. 
Was erased in 1813, hut did not leave our jurisdictio/i 

until 1823. Was apparently replaced on the Roll in 1815. 

See No. 671 of that year. 

Is still a Member of the G.L. of Eclectic Union of Frankfort. 



AiX-la-Chapelle (Rhenish Prussia), Germany 1789 

Warranted 15 Sept. 1778, by Strict Observance Lodge of 
Wetzlar, joined Frankfort in 1783, and was registered in 1789, 
by the revived Prov. G. L. of Frankfort. Suspendedin 1794. 
Re-constituted by G. Orient of France in 1799, when it should 
have been dropped from English Register, butwas not erased 
until 1813. 

On 5 May 1814, amalgamated with Lodge "Concord" 
(warranted by G. Orient of France, 3 August 1799), under 
Ihenameof" Constancy and Concord," and, on the cession 
of Aix-la-Chapelle to Prussia, affiliated with the G.L. of the 
Three Globes, Berlin, 7 March 1816, under which G.L. it 
still works. 



Kempten (Swabia), 



Germany 1789 



Constituted i Jan. 1787, by G.L. of Frankfort. Came 
under English rule with the revived Prov. G. L. of Frankfort 
in 1789. Died out during the French War^ circa 1793, hut 
was tiot erased until 1813. 



Cassel (Hesse-Cassel), Germany 1789 

Constituted by G.L. of Frankfort, 6 Nov. 1784. Retjistered 
under England in 1789. Closed by Electoral Decree against 
Freemasonry in 1794. 

Was kept on English Register until 1813. 



Date of Warrant 
or Constitution. 



5 June 1790 



31 Aug. 1790 

Cons. II Nov. 1790. 

Warrant of Confirmation, 
26 April 1820. 

Centenary Warrant, 
30 Aug. 1890. 



1789 



12 March 1790 



1789 



1789 



1789 



1781 



561 



1792 



470 



1814 



524 



1832 



347 



1863 



562 



471 



525 



348 



279 



563 



472 



564 



473 



565 



474 



566 



475 



567 



476 



[ 224 ] 



1 894 


Name of Lodge. 


Places of Meeting. 


Date of Warrant 
or Constitution. 


1781 


1792 


1814 


1832 


1863 




Lodge Charles of Unity. 


Carlsruhe (Baden), Germany 

Constituted on 13 May 1785, by the Eclectic and Frankfort 
Lodge of same name at Mannheim. Warranted by G.L. of 
Frankfort (Eclectic Union), 26 Oct. 1786. Registered in 
London, on revival of Prov. G.L. of Frankfort, in 1789. In 
i8og became the quasi G.L. of Baden, and was closed by 
decree of the Grand Duke of Baden, in 1813. 

Erased/rovi English Register in 1813. 


1789 


1789 


568 


477 










Lodge of Perfect Equality, 


Creyfeld (Rhenish Prussia), Germany 


1789 


1789 


569 


478 










or, Lodge of Aurora of 


Constituted by G.L. of Frankfort, 9 Nov. 1788. Registered 


















Perfect Equality. 


under England in 1789. Re-constituted by G. Orient of 
France in 1806, and died out in 1818. It retnained on our 
Register until 1813. 


















Lodge Astrea of the 


Ulm (Wurtemberg), Germany 


1790 


14 June 1790 


570 


479 


, , 








Three Elms. 


Closed by Edict of King of Wurtemburg, loDec. 1810. 
Erased/rom Register in 1813. 


















Lodge St. Charles of the 


Ratisbon (Bavaria), Germany 


1790 


1790 


571 


480 










Red Tower. 


Its existence is believed to have been of very short duration. 
There are no traces even of its having ever existed. Was 
retained on English List until 1813. 


















Lodge Solid Friendship. 


Triehinopoly (Trichinopoly), Madras, India 


1789 


1790 


572 


481 










No. 7 Coast of Coromandel. 


St. Thomas' Mount (Chingleput), Madras 
Ceased to work about 1798. Erased in 1813. 


1794 


Cons. 6 July 1789. 














Lodge of Benevolence, 


Red Lion, Heaton Lane, Stoekport, Cheshire 


1790 


21 Sept. 1790 


573 


482 










Named in 1793. 


Erased g April 1800. 
















280 


Worcester Lodge. 


Rein Deer Inn, Meal Cheapen Street, Worcester, 




















Worcestershire 


1790 


9 Oct. 1790 


574 


483 


526 


349 


280 






Star and Garter, Foregate Street, Worcester 


1797 


Interim Warrant, 
















Rein Deer Tavern, Meal Cheapen Street, n 


1 801 


2 Oct. 1790. 
















Masonic Hall, Bell Hotel, Broad Street, n 


1842 


Cons. 19 May 1791. 
















Masonic Hall, 95 High Street, „ 


1876 


Centenary Warrant, 
9 Oct. 1890. 












281 


Lodge of Fortitude. 


Golden Shovel, Penny Street, Lancaster, 




















Lancashire 


1790 


13 Nov. 1789 


575 


484 


527 


350 


281 






White Horse, Church Street, Lancaster 


1807 


A Provincial Warrant, 
















White Lion, Penny Street, n 


1816 


which bears the number 
















Bro. Seward's Private Room, Sun Street, h 


1824 


559- 
















Golden Shovel, Penny Street, if 


1825 


Centenary Warrant, 
















White Lion, n „ 


1S3I 


13 Nov. 1889. 
















Freemasons' Arms, 11 „ 


1836 


















Sun Inn, Church Street, n 


1838 


















Old Sir Simon's Hotel, Market Street, „ 


1849 


















Royal Oak Hotel, n „ 


1855 


















Assembly Rooms, King Street, ti 


1859 


















Masonic Rooms, Athenreum, St. Leonard's 




















Gate, 11 


1861 


















Masonic Hall [formerly Queen's Head], 




















Church Street, „ 


1885 
















Silurian Lodge. 


Sun Inn, Duke Street, Kington, Herefordshire 
King's Head Inn, Church Street, Kington 
About i8oT the Lodge separated, and divided the funds 
amongst its members. The Lodge furniture was sold in the 
year 1804 by the Treasurer to a person in Ludlow for 
;^22 los. od. 

Lapsed about 1801. 


179I 
1794 


25 Jan. 1791 

Cons. ID March 1791. 


576 


485 

A 


•• 




•• 



[ 225 ] 



i894 



Name of Lodge. 



282 



283 



Mercian Lodge. 



Lodge of Friendship. 



Bedford Lodge. 



Lodge of Amity. 



Places of Meeting. 



Lodge of the Silent Temple. 



Doric Lodge. 



St. John's Lodge. 



Shakespeare Lodge. 



Angel Inn, Broad Street, LudloW, Shropshire 1805 
Erased in 1832. 



GibraltaF (Malaga), Spain 1791 

Last payment 1800. Erased in 1813. 



Duke of Bedford's House [now site of Bedford 

Hotel], Bedford Square, TaviStOCk, Devonshire 1791 
King's Arms, Market Street, Tavistock 1791 

Private Room, St. Matthew's Street, n 1799 

King's Arms, Market Street, ,1 1809 

Private Room, St. Matthew's Street, .1 1816 

Exeter Inn, Lower Back Street, n 1825 

Bedford Hotel, Bedford Square, 1? 1849 

The Abbey, Bedford Square, n 1853 

Masonic Hall, 84 West Street, n 1894 



White Swan Inn, Yorkshire Street, Rochdale, 

Lancashire 1 791 
New Inn, Bury Road, Haslingden, n 1817 

Private Room, High Street, Haslingden 1819 

Bull's Head Inn, Church Street, n 1823 

Swan Hotel, Market Place, n 1873 

Grey Mare Hotel, Regent Street, „ 1889 



Aberystwith, 



Cardiganshire 1791 



Erased 12 April 1797. 



Hildesheim (Hanover), Germany 1791 

Warranted by Prov. G.L. of Hanover in 1791, and seceded 
to G.L. of the Three Globes, Berlin, in 1802, and has never 
been under English jurisdiction since. 

// was revKnjed front Register in 1813, but reinstated in 
1821, as No. *530-490. Was finally erased in 1826. 

Now (and .since 1868) on Reg. of G.L. Royal York. 



George Inn, High St. 
Ship Inn, Watergate, 



Grantham, Lincolnshire 1 79 1 
Grantham 1794 



George and Dragon Tavern, Weaman St., 
White Horse, Steelhouse Lane, 
The Chapel, Great Charles Street, 
Freemasons' Tavern, Steelhouse Lane, 
Erased in 1837. 



29 



Date of Warrant 
or Constitution. 



19 Feb. 1805 



13 April 1791 



10 Aug. 1791 

Cons. 2T Sept. 1791. 

Warrant of Confirmation. 
14 July 1839. 



The Doric Lodge at Grantham was era.<;ed from the list^ of 
Provincial Lodges by command of the Prov. G.M. for having 
ceased to meet or refused to comply with the laws of the 
Prov. G.L. — P.G.L. Minutes, 13 June 1796. The erasure 
was advertised in the Stam/ord Mej-cury, 23 May 1796. 

Erased by G.L. 4 April 1798. 



The Talbot, Henley-in-APden, Warwickshire 1791 
Lapsed about 1804- 



St. George's Tavern, High Street, Birmingham, 

Warwickshire 1811 
Shakespeare Tavern, New Street, Birmingham 1814 



1815 
1818 
1820 
1823 



10 June 1791 

Centenary Warrant, 
9 June 1 891. 



29 Sept. 1791 



1791 



1781 



577 



578 



579 



580 



1792 



485 

B 



486 



487 



488 



489 



1814 



1832 



1863 



528 



529 



351 



282 



530 



352 



283 



581 490 



1 Oct. 1791 

Cons. 13 Oct. 1791. 



15 Oct. 1791 



14 Jan. 1811 



582 



530 

* 



491 



583 



492 

A 



492 

B 



531 



353 



226 



1 894 



Name of Lodge. 



Loyal and Prudent Lodge. 



Lodge of Love and 
Harmony. 



Places of Meeting. 



North Nottinghamshire 
Lodge. 



Phoenix Lodge. 



Phcenix Lodge. 



Lodge of St. George. 



Rawdon Lodge. 



Faithful Lodge. 



Lodge of Prudence. 



[Place unknown] Leeds, Yorkshire 1790 

Star and Garter Inn, Call Lane, Leeds 1797 

Golden Lion Inn, Briggate, n 1820 

House of Bro. Scarborough, Bishopgate Street,ii 1825 

Last Mimlies 14 Oct. 1825. Last payment 1826. 
Erasedin 1832. 



Bridgetown, Island of Barbados, West indies 1791 
Constituted as a Stewards' Lodge. 
Erased in 1813. 



Bulam, 



West Coast of Africa 1792 
Erased 171 1813. 



White Hart Inn, The Square, RetfOPd, 

Nottinghamshire 1792 
Old Town Hall, The Square, Retford 1793 

Crown Inn, Chapel Gate, n 1797 

Last Register 9 Aug. 1793. Lapsed about 1803. 



King's Head, Carlton Road, Worksop, 

Nottinghamshire 1 804 
Lapsed about 1808. 



Crown Inn, Moorgate St., RotheFham, Yorkshire 180S 
College Inn, College Street, Rotherham 1822 

Erased 5 September 1838. 



White Swan, Liddell Street, NOPth Shields, 

Northumberland 1792 
Commercial Hotel, Howard Street, North Shields 1825 
Erased in 1834. 



Between the Lakes [Ontario, Simcoe, and Huron], 
met in Log House, King Street, opposite 
Princes Street, YOPk [now TOFOntO], 
(York), Upper Canada, Ontario 1790 

Lapsed lEoo. Erased in i8ij. 

Becatne in 1800 No. 13 on Reg. of Montreal and Three Rivers. 



Bideford, 

Newfoundland Inn, Quay, 

Erased in 1823. 



Devonshire 1792 
Bideford i8oi 



Three Tuns, Market Hill, HalOSWOPth, Suffolk 1792 
Erased 4 April 1798. 



Date of Warrant 
or Constitution. 



19 Mareli 1790 



1791 



25 Feb. 1792 



21 March 1792 



1804 



22 July 1808 



7 April 1792 



15 June 1792 

Dispensation 1790. 



23 April 1792 

Cons. 23 May 1792. 



23 July 1792 



I78I 


1792 


1814 


1832 


1863 


584 


493 


532 


•• 


■• 


585 


494 






■• 


586 


495 


•• 


•■ 


•• 


587 


496 

A 

496 

B 








•• 


496 

c 


533 


354 


■• 


588 


497 

498 

499 
500 


534 
535 


355 


■■ 



227 



l894 


Name of Lodge. 


Places of Meeting. 


Date of Warrant 
or Constitution. 


1792 


1814 


1832 


1863 


284 


Shakespeare Lodge, 


Little White Swan, Upper Market, St. Peter's Mancroft, 














Named in 1797. 


Norwich, Norfolk 1792 
Two Necked Swan, Market Place, St. Peter's Mancroft, 

Norwich 1792 
Man and Moon, Dake Street, St. Mary's, n 1796 
Chequers, All Saints' Green, n 1796 

In ■war'wiekshire Regiment of Militia 1797 


28 July 1792 

Centenary Warrant, 
28 July 1892. 


501 


536 


356 


284 




















At Gravesend, Kent 1797 
















H Chelmsford, Essex 1799 
















11 Dublin, Dublin, Ireland 1800 
















11 Drogheda, Louth, Ireland 1800 
















11 Colchester, Essex 1800 
















II Bury St. Edmunds, Suffolk iSoo 
















M Huntingdon, Huntingdonshire 1800 
















II Stilton, II 1800 
















II Norman Cross, n 1800 
















II Ips'wieh, Suffolk 1801 
















II Colchester, Essex 1802 
















II Warwick, Wanvickshire 1808 
















Griffin Inn, Corn Market, Warwick 1808 
















Bull's Head Inn, West Street, Westgate, 11 1830 
















Warwick Aims Hotel, High Street, n 1849 
















Masonic Rooms, High Street, n 1862 












285 


Lodge of Love and 
Honour. 


Bell Inn, Market Place, Shepton Mallet, Somersetshire 1792 
George Inn, 11 Shepton Mallet 1805 
Bell Inn, n " 1814 
George Inn, h " 1819 
Crown Inn, Longbridge, 11 1819 
George Inn, Market Place, n 1824 . 
Crown Inn, Longbridge, n 1828 
George Inn, Market Place, " 1834 
Black Swan, m " 1837 
Private Room, Castle Court, n 1837 
Private Room, High Street, n 1841 
George and Black Swan, Market Place, „ 1843 
Freemasons' Hall (part of Hotel), Market Place, „ 1845 


4 June 1792 

Cons. 9 Oct. 1792. 

Centenary Warrant, 
25 July 1892. 


502 


537 


357 


285 




Royal Gloucester Lodge. 


Freemasons' Hall, East St., Southampton, Hampshire 1792 

Is stated to have worked also under an Ancient Warrant No. 174 
(A), see page 135. It " agreed to drop the Modern Constitution, 27 
June 1798," but was retained on the Roll, taking a new number and 
name at the *' Union." 

It was not removedfro7n tlie List until 1822. 


5 Aug. 1792 

Cons. 17 Sept. 1792, 
by Dunckerley. 


503 


538 


•• 


•• 


286 


Samaritan Lodge. 


Devonshire Arms, Church Street, Keighley, Yorkshire 1792 
House of Bro. C. Tatham, Keighley 1799 
Red Lion Inn, Manchester Road, Accrlngton, Lancashire 1814 
Green Man Inn, Yorkshire Street, Bacup, n 1837 


4 July 1792 

Centenary Warrant, 
4 July 1892. 


504 


539 


358 


286 




Philanthropic Lodge. 


Red Lion, High Street, Sklpton, Yorkshire 1792 
Devonshire Arms, High Street, Skipton 1794 
Hole-in-the-Wall, n " 1802 
Erased 3 December 1851. 


11 July 1792 


505 


540 


359 


•• 




Lodge of the Three 
Graces. 


Seven Stars, Main Street, Barnoldswick-in-Craven, 

Yorkshire 1792 


25 Sept. 1792 


506 










VIA %Al\^\^*Ju 


Lapsed about i8oz. 




A 










Lodge of the Three 


Black Bull Inn, Main Street, HaWOrth, Yorkshire 1806 


7 July 1806 


506 


541 








Graces. 


King's Arms, u Haworth 1821 
Erased 4 December 1822. 




B 









228 



i894 



Name of Lodge. 



Bermuda Lodge. 



287 



Noah's Ark Lodge. 



Beneficent Lodge. 

Lodge of Unanimity, 
1792. 



Places of Meeting. 



Urania Lodge. 



St. James' Lodge. 



Apollo Lodge. 



288 



Lodge of Harmony. 



289 



Lodge of Fidelity. 



Masons' Hall, Somerset Bridge, St. George's 

Island, Bermudas, iVest Indies 1793 
Somerset, Somerset Island, Bermudas 1797 

Being under the " Moderns " the Lodge was not recognised by the 
other Bermuda Lodges. The Members therefore applied for and 
obtained an " Ancient " Warrant, No. 324 (A) of 28 Sept. t8oi, and 
ceased working under the older one, but was not erased fro7n List 
until 1813. 



Canal Coffee House, Middlewich, Cheshire 1792 

King's Arms, High Street, Middlewich 1797 

Erased ^ Decembe? 1851. 



Stoekport, Cheshire 
Stockport 



The Sun, Market Place, 

The Anchor, Park Street, 

King's Head, Teviotdale, 

Pack Horse Inn, Market Place, 

Neptune Inn, Mersey Street, 

Castle Inn, Market Place, 

Grove Inn, Lord Street, 

Dog and Partridge Inn, Church Gate, 

Wellington Bridge Inn, Wellington Road, 

Dog and Partridge Inn, Church Gate, 

White Lion Hotel, Great Under bank, 

Mechanics' Institute, Wellington Road [Centenary], 

White Lion Hotel, Great Underbank, 



1791 
1791 
1794 
1794 
1832 

1834 
1S41 
1842 

1847 
1852 
1885 
1892 
1892 



Angel Inn, Glanford Brigg [now Brigg], Lincolnshire 1792 
Lapsed about 1801. 



New King's Head Hotel, Mercer Row, Louth, 

Lincolnshire 1803 
Lapsed about 1809. 



Freemasons' Tavern, Victoria Street, Great Grimsby, 

Lincolnshire I Si I 
The Louth Warrant was purchased by Grimsby Masons for £i los. 
Freemasons' Hall, Lower Burgess Street, Great Grimsby 1813 
Masonic Hall, Bull Ring Lane, „ 1829 

Last payvte7it 1829. Warrant returned in 1834. Erased in 1835. 



The Angel Inn, Yorkshire Street, BaCUp, Lancashire 1792 
Black Dog Inn, Church Street, Newehurell, n 1795 

Black Dog, Town Gate, Haslingden, u 1804 

New Inn, Bury Road, Haslingden 1805 

Private Room, „ 1808 

White Hart Inn, Old Market Place, Todmorden, 

Lancashire 1817 
Masonic Hall, Old Market Place, Todmorden 1862 



Old George Inn, Briggate, Leeds, Yorkshire 1792 

Private Room, Bro, White's, Kirkgate, Leeds 1794 

Bro. Hodgson's Academy, Upperhead Row, „ 1794 

White Horse Inn, Boar Lane, „ 1795 

Old George Inn, Briggate, „ 1798 

Saddle Inn, Briggate, „ 1802 

Old Fleece Inn, Briggate, „ 1803 

Old Crown Inn, Kirkgate, „ 1813 

Star and Garter, Call Lane, „ 1819 

Masonic Hall, Sterne's Buildings, „ 1821 

II Park Cross Street, „ 1850 

11 Great George Street, ,1 1865 

II Carlton Hill, „ 1872 



Date of Warrant 
or Constitution. 



2 Oct. 1792 

Cons. 2 Jan. 1793. 



27 April 1792 



12 July 1792 

Cons. 24 March 1791. 

Centenary Warrant, 
12 July 1892. 



20 Get. 1792 



[17 July] 1803 



1811 



1792 



1814 



1832 



1863 



507 



508 



509 



542 



543 



360 



361 



287 



13 Get. 1792 

Centenary Warrant, 
13 Oct. 1892. 



24 Sept. 1792 

Cons. I Oct. 1792, 

Warrant of Confirmation 
(Provincial), 
10 Dec. 1806. 

Centenary Warrant, 
23 Sept. 1892. 



510 

A 



510 

B 



510 

c 



544 



362 



511 



545 



363 



288 



512 



546 



364 



289 



229 



1 894 



290 



Name of Lodge. 



291 



292 



White Hart Lodge. 

St. John the Evangelist 
Lodge, 1804. 

White Hart Lodge, 1812. 

HuddGFsfleld Lodge, 

1822. 



Union Soho Lodge. 



Union Lodge. 



Cambridge New Lodge. 
Lodge School of Plato, 1822. 



Shakespeare Lodge. 



Rural Philanthropic 
Lodge. 



Lodge of Sincerity, 

Named in 1797- 



293 



Scarsdale Lodge. 



King's Friends' Lodge. 



Places of Meeting. 



White Hart Inn, Cloth Hall Street, Huddersfleld, 

Yorkshire 1 793 
Swan Inn, Kirkgate, Huddersfield 1806 

W hite Hart Inn, Cloth Hall Street, it 181 1 

George Inn, in the Fields, n 1816 

White Hart Inn, Cloth Hall Street, ,, 1 818 

The Pack Horse Inn, Kirkgate, n 1822 

White Hart Inn, Cloth Hall Street, „ 1823 

Zetland Hotel, Zetland Street, „ 1856 

Masonic Elall, South Parade, n 1865 



HandSWOrth, Staprdshire 1793 

" vSoho, Staffordshire," in Warrant. 
Lapsed about 1794. 



Rose, Edgbaston Street, Birmingham, Warwickshire 1795 

Shakespear Tavern, New Street, Birmingham 1808 

New Inn, Broomsgrove Street, n 1816 

Rainbow Inn, Bordesley, h 1818 

Last payjnent xZi-^. Erased iniS^^. 



Red Lion Hotel, Petty Gary, Cambridge, Cambridgeshire 1793 
Erased 7 September 1859. 



White Lion, Henley Street, Stratford-On-Avon, 

Warwickshire 1793 
Erased 10 April 1799. 



Highbridge Inn, Huntspill, Somersetshire 1793 

Lamb Inn, TauntOn, n 1798 

Highbridge Inn, Huntspill, n 1798 

Railway Hotel, Market Street, Highbridge, n 1859 



The Gastle, Lord Street, Liverpool, Lancashire 

York Hotel, Williamson Square, Liverpool 

Adelphi Hotel, Ranelagh Place, „ 

Welling's Hotel, Newington Bridge, n 

Royal Hotel, Dale Street, n 

Imperial Hotel, St. John's Lane, u 

Stork Hotel, Queen Square, n 

Adelphi Hotel, Ranelagh Place, n 

Masonic Hall, Hope Street, n 

Adelphi Hotel, Ranelagh Place, m 

Masonic Hall, Hope Street, m 

Adelphi Hotel, Ranelagh Place, n 



Angel Inn, Market Place, 
Falcon Inn, Low Pavement, 
Angel Inn, Market Place, 

Erased^ September 1838 



Chesterfield, Derbyshire 
Chesterfield 



1793 
1802 
1831 
1838 
1839 
1844 
1845 
1847 
i860 
1881 
i88s 
1891 



1793 
1814 
1817 



Three Pigeons, Welch Row, 
Talbot Inn, Out Market, 
Lamb Inn, Hospital Street, 
Crown Inn, High Street, 
Lamb Hotel, Hospital Street, 



Nantwich, Cheshire 1793 

Nantwich 1798 

ir 1816 

11 1859 

11 1863 



Date of Warrant 
or Constitution. 



1 Jan. 1793 

Cons, 27 March 1793. 

Warrant of Confirmation 
22 April 1822. 

Centenary Warnant, 
2 Jan. 1893. 



1792 



1814 



1832 



1863 



513 



547 



365 



290 



10 Jan. 1793 



1795 



25 Jan. 1793 



1 Feb. 1793 

Cons. 4 June 1793. 



21 Jan. 1793 

Cons. 3 Feb. 1793. 



16 Feb. 1793 

Centenary Warrant, 
16 Feb. 1893. 



5 March 1793 



14 March 1793 

Centenary Warrant, 
14 March 1893. 



514 

A 



514 

B 



54S 



515 



516 



517 



549 



366 



550 



367 



291 



518 



551 



368 



292 



519 



552 



369 



520 



553 



370 



293 



230 



294 



295 



296 



Name of Lodge. 



Union Lodge. 



St. John's Lodge of 
Friendship. 



Friendly Brothers' Lodge. 



Lodge of Urbanity. 



Constitutional Lodge. 



Lodge of Union. 

Combepmere Lodge of 
Union, 1846. 



Royal Brunswick 
Lodge. 



8th Lodge of Bengal, 1792. 

Lodge of Sincere 
Friendship, 1819. 



Lodge of Mars. 
9th Lodge of Bengal, 1793. 



Places of Meeting. 



Cornwall (Glengarry), 



upper Canada, Ontario 1790 



Not ill List until T793. 
Erased in 1813. 



Montreal (Montreal), Lower Canada, Quebec 1 791 

Not in List until ijg^. 
Erased in 1813. 



Roebuck, High Street, Neweastle-under-Lyme, 

Sta£ordshire 1793 
Jl^-ased 25 NoTcntber 180T. 



Bear Inn, High Street, Wincanton, Somersetshire 1793 

Erased 10 February i8og. 



Golden Ball, Toll Gavel, BeVerley, Yorkshire 1793 

Tiger Inn, North Bar Street, Beverley 1793 

House of Bro. J. Tuting, North Bar Street, n 1848 

Assembly Rooms, Norwood, w 1849 

Masonic Hall, Register Square, n 1886 



The Childers, Goose I,ane [now Brunswick Street], 

Maeelesfleld, Cheshire 1793 
Unicorn Inn, Market Place, Macclesfield 1815 

Hen and Chickens, Barn Street, ti 1817 

Golden Lion, Mill Street, „ 1818 

Unicorn Inn, Unicorn Gateway, Market Place, n 1822 

Childers Inn, Brunswick Street, h 183 i 

Macclesfield Arms Hotel, Jordan Gate, n 1857 



Royal Oak, King Street, Sheffield, Yorkshire 1793 

Crown and Shakespeare Tavern, Sycamore St., Sheffield 1798 

The Ball Inn, Campo Lane, n 1800 

Angel Inn, Angel Street, ,1 1816 

Freemasons' Tavern, Queen Street, m 1818 

Falstaff Inn, The Wicker, „ 1819 

George and Dragon, Market Place, n 1819 

Black Rock Inn, Castle Street, „ 1S25 

Falstaff Inn, The Wicker, „ 1834 

Spread Eagle Inn, Fargate, 1, 1838 

Black Rock Inn, Castle Street, n 1839 

Assembly Rooms, Norfolk Street, n 1844 

Music Hall, Surrey Street, n 1848 

Freemasons' Hall, Surrey Street, n 1861 

II [New Hall], „ „ 1877 



N. IF. Provinces, India 1792 



Chunar (Mirzapur), 

Was extinct in 1813, so did not receive a new number in 1814. Was 
replaced on the Roll in i8ig, taking the number, 567, of a Lodge 
then Vacant. 

Last payment 1829. Placed in abeyance 27 Dec. 1850. 
Erased 6 July 1853. 



Cawnpore (Allahabad), N.W. Provinces, India 1793 

Erased in 1813. 



Date of Warrant 
or Constitution. 



1790 



18 March 1791 



10 April 1793 



10 April 1793 



6 March 1793 

Cons. 17 June 1793. 

Centenary Warrant, 
3 June T893. 



24 June 1793 

Cons. 7 March 1793. 

Centenary Warrant, 
24 June 1893. 



8 July 1793 

Cons. 10 July 1793. 

Centenary Warrant, 
7 July 1893. 



12 Nov. 1792 

Warrant of Confirmationj 
1837- 



1792 



521 



522 



523 



524 



19 Feb. 1793 



1814 



1832 



1863 



525 554 



526 



527 



628 



529 



371 



294 



555 



372 



295 



556 



373 



296 



567 

B 



381 



231 



1 894 


Name of Lodge. 


Places of Meeting. 


Date of Warrant 
or Constitution. 


1792 


1814 


1832 


1863 


297 


Witham Lodge. 


Rein Deer Inn, High Street, Lincoln, Lincolnsliire 1794 
Green Dragon Inn, Saltergate, Lincoln 18 14 
Private Room, White Swan Yard, High Street, « 1817 
White Hart Inn, Above Hill, „ 1835 
Lion Hotel, High Street, „ 1836 
City Arms, High Street, m 1838 
Masonic Hall, Saltergate, n 1842 
County Club Hotel, Castle Hill, „ 1845 
Coffee Rooms, No. 8, The Bail," „ 184S 
Great Northern Hotel, High Street, n 1853 
Masonic Hall, Grantham Street, n 1854 
IP Newland Street, n 1872 
Masonic Rooms, Mint Street, m 1888 
Masonic Hall, n pp 1894 


23 Sept. 1793 

Cons. 22 Feb. 1794. 


530 


557 


374 


297 




Lodge of Unity. 


Half Moon, Market Place, Great Yarmouth, Norfolk 1793 
Bear Inn, Bridge Foot, Southtown, "V'armouth 181 1 

Erased -^ June 1829. 


7 Oct. 1793 


531 


558 




•• 


298 


Lodge of Harmony. 


Unicorn Inn, Sandy Lane, Royton, Lancashire 1793 
Blue Ball, Yorkshire Street, Rochdale, " 1794 
Flying Horse Inn, Packer Street, Rochdale 1825 
Grapes Inn (Tweedale's Hotel), Baillie Street, n 1844 
WeUington Hotel, Drake Street, p. 1850 
Grapes Inn (Tweedale's Hotel), Baillie Street, n 1852 
Waterloo House, Drake Street, n 1857 
Masonic Rooms, 54 Cheetham Street, pp 1857 
IP 23 Ann Street, corner of Drake St., 11 1859 
PI 160 Drake Street, ip 1S86 


7 Dec. 1793 

Cons. 5 Dec. 1793. 

Centenary Warrant, 
7 Dec. 1893. 


532 


559 


375 


298 




Royal Edward Lodge. 


Red Lion Inn, Broad Street, LeOminSter, Herefordshire 1793 
Erased 5 March 1828. 


19 Nov. 1793 


533 


560 








Lodge of St. John. 


The Grapes, Higher Church St., Lancaster, Lancashire 1793 
Erased 10 February 1809. 


20 Dee. 1793 


534 


•• 


•• 


•• 


299 


Lodge of Emulation. 


Rose Inn, High Street, Dartford, Kent 1793 
Marquis of Granby, High Street, Dartford 1793 
Rose Inn, High Street, n 1796 
Long Room, Old Market House, High Street, ip 1815 
Bull Inn, High Street, pi 1817 
George and Bull, High Street, pi 1820 
Market House, High Street, n 1828 
Bull Hotel, High Street, ip 1839 


4 Jan. 1794 

Cons. 5 June 1793. 

Centenary Warrant, 
3 Jan. 1893. 


535 


561 


376 


299 


300 


Lodge of Minerva. 


King'sArms, Old St., Ashton-Under-LynC, Lancashire 1794 
Globe Tavern, Stamford Street, Ashton-under-Lyne 1809 
Commercial Hotel, Old Street, ip 1844 
Swan Inn, Stamford Street, pi 1S58 
Globe Inn, Stamford Street, pp 1864 
Pitt and Nelson Hotel, Old Street, „ 1864 


26 Dec. 1793 

Cons. I Jan. 1794. 

Centenary Warrant, 
1 Jan. 1894. 


536 


562 


377 


300 


301 


Apollo Lodge. 


Town Hall, AleestCr, Warwickshire 1794 
Angel Hotel, Alcester 1794 
Swan Hotel, n 1849 
Town Hall, p. 1885 


26 Feb. 1794 

Cons. 30 July 1794. 

Warrant of Confirmation, 

I June 1863, 

but original Warrant 

recently found after 

being lost over 40 years. 

Centenary Warrant, 
23 April 1894. 


537 


563 


378 


301 




Lodge of Unity and 
Friendship. 


New Bear Inn, Bradford-On-Avon, Wiltshire 1794 
White Lion, New Town, Bradford-on-Avon 1817 


31 May 1794 


538 


564 


•• 


•• 






Last payment 1806. Erased in 1832. 















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1 894 


Name of Lodge. 


Places of Meeting. 


Date of Warrant 
or Constitution. 


1792 


1814 


1832 


1863 


302 


Lodge of Hope. 


Talbot Inn, Kiikgnte, Bradford, Yorkshire 
Duke of York, Westgate, liradford 


1794 
1794 


23 March 1794 

Cons. 29 March 1794. 


539 


565 


379 


302 






Bowling Gieen Inn, Bridge Street, 
New Inn, Tyrrel Street, 




1796 
1818 


Centenary Warrant, 
7 Mav 1804.. 














Bowling Green Inn, Bridge Street, 




1819 


/ "■^"■J' J-"yi|-« 














New Inn, Tyrrel Street, 




1822 
















Masonic Hall, Duke Street, off Darley Street, 




1828 
















M Godwin Street, 




1839 
















II Market Place, 




1861 
















II Rawson Square, Darley Street, 




1876 












303 


Benevolent Lodge. 

" Sometime in abeyance." 
Re-opened ii Jan. 1859. F'. Mag. 


Newfoundland Fishery, Strand, TeignmOUth, Devonshire 
Private Room, Teignmouth 
Public Rooms, The Den, n 
New Quay Inn, New Quay, 11 


1794 
1802 
1820 
1828 


25 March 1794 

Cons. I May 1794. 

Centenary Warrant, 

I May 1894. 


540 


566 


380 


303 






Plalf Moon Inn, Holland Road, 1 




1828 
















Private Room, 1 




1831 
















Exeter Inn, Fore Street, i 




1833 
















Devon [or Courtenay] Arms, Strand, 1 




1834 
















Pilot Boat Inn, Strand, 1 




1842 
















Devon Arms, Strand, 1 




1842 
















New Quay Inn, New Quay, ? 




1846 
















Railway Hotel, Station Road, 1 




1850 
















Assembly Rooms, The Den, i 




1859 
















Masonic Hall, Holland Road, 1 




1868 
















In Royal Regiment of Cheshire Militia, 


1794 


16 Aug. 1794 


541 


567 










Last payment -L^oo. Erased in iZiZ. 








A 










See page 230. 




12 Nov. 1792 


•• 


567 

B 


381 


■■ 


304 


Philanthropic Lodge. 


Crown Inn, Kirkgate, LeedS, Yorkshire 
Bull and Mouth Hotel, Briggate, Leeds 
White Hart Inn, Cross Parish, n 


1794 
1796 
1798 


21 Aug. 1794 

Provincial Dispensation. 

21 Aug. 1799 

G.L. Warrant. 


542 


568 


382 


304 






Talbot Inn, back of Shambles, n 


1801 














Golden Fleece Inn, Ebenezer Street [Cross Street], n 


1802 














Talbot Inn, back of Shambles, n 


1802 


Cons. 25 Aug. 1794. 














Old Crown Inn, Kirkgate, n 


1806 


Centenary Warrant, 














Talbot Inn, back of Shambles, u 


1809 


25 Aug. 1894. 














Old Crown Inn, Kirkgate, n 


1810 
















White Swan Inn, Market Place, n 


1812 
















Golden Fleece Inn, Ebenezer Street [Cross Street], n 


1833 
















Corn Exchange Hotel, near top of Briggate, n 


1842 
















Three Legs Inn, Call Lane, n 


1844 
















Masonic Hall, Sterne's Buildings, Briggate, n 


1848 
















Harrison's Arms, Harrison Street, n 


1849 
















Private Rooms, 15 Commercial Street, n 


1855 
















II I Bond Street, ,1 


i860 
















Masonic Hall, Great George Street, n 


1865 
















Crown Inn, High Street, Nantwich, Cheshire 


1794 


1 Aug. 1794 


543 












Erased TO February 1809. 














305 


Apollo Lodge. 


White Swan, Small Gate Street, BeceleS, Suffolk 
King's Head Inn, New Market Place, Beccles 
White Lion Inn, Small Gale Street, n 
King's Head Inn, New Market Place, m 
White Lion Inn, Small Gate Street, n 
Masons' Hall, n n 
White Lion Hotel, 11 ,1 


1794 
1801 
1804 
183s 
1854 
1865 

1877 


22 July 1794 


544 


569 


383 


305 






Town Hall, „ 


tl 


1885 













233 



1 894 



Name of Lodge. 



Lodge of St. Winifred. 



306 



Alfred Lodge. 



St, Bartholomew's Lodge. 



Lodge of Peace and Good 
Neighbourhood. 



Loyal Halifax Lodge. 



307 



Lodge of Prince 
Frederick. 



Lodge of Prince George. 



308 



Lodge of Prince 
George. 



Places of Meeting. 



King's Head, High Street, Holywell, Flinlshire 1795 

Old Antelope, Well Street, Holywell 1802 

Erased -i June 1829. 



Private Room, Bro. W. Hodgson's Academy, Upperhead 

Row, Leeds, Yorkshire 1795 

Private Room, Richmond Hill, Leeds 1798 

Huck Inn, Call Lane End, n 1800 

Private Room, n 1804 

Old Crown Inn, Kirkgate, n 1807 

White Hart Inn, Briggate, n 1826 

Scarborough Hotel, Bishopgate Street, n 1838 

Commercial Hotel, Upper Albion Street, n 1847 

Griffin Inn, West Bar, „ 1847 

Masonic Rooms, 23 Albion Street, n 1862 

Masonic Hall, Kelsall Street, 11 1875 

M Great George Street, it 1889 



White Lion, Coleshill Street, Fazeley, Staffordshire 

Three Tuns, High St., Sutton Coldfleld, Warwickshire 

Erased 5 March 1828. 



795 
803 



Wynnstay, Denbighshire 1795 

Erased 25 November 1801. Reinstated 24 November 1802. 

Eagles Inn, High Street, Wrexham, Denbighshire 1802 

Erased again 10 February i8og. 



Ring of Bells, Upper Kirkgate, Halifax, Yorkshire 1 796 

Sun, Woolshops, Halifax 1798 

Rose and Crown, Cheapside, n 1803 

Lapsed about 1806. 



Stag's Head Inn, Main Street, Heptonstall, Yorkshire 1809 
White Horse Hotel, Lees Yard, Hebden Bridge, m 1822 
Masonic Rooms, New Road, Hebden Bridge 1890 



White Lion Inn, Main Street, 
King's Arms, n 

White Lion Inn, n 



HaWOrth, Yorkshire 1796 

Haworth 1802 

II 1809 



Members of '* Prince George " Lodge^ Haworth^ ttnited with 
" Lodge of the Three Graces" at Haworth [No. 506, ofj July 1806], 
and sold their Warrant and Furniture. 



Freemasons' Arms, Bottoms, 
Private Room, Underbank Hall, 
Station House Hotel, Bottoms, 



Stansfield, Yorkshire 1812 

Stansfield 1837 

Eastwood, Yorkshire 1852 



30 



Date of Warrant 
or Constitution. 



5 April 1795 



27 April 1795 



6 Aug. 1795 



1 Oct. 1795 



28 Jan. 1796 



1792 



545 



546 



547 



548 



549 

A 



17 July 1809 



18 Feb. 1796 

Cons. 2 March 1796. 



1814 



570 



571 



572 



1832 



1863 



384 



306 



549 

B 



550 

A 



13 Dee. 1812 

Warrant of Confirmation 
2 Dec. 1818. 



573 



385 



307 



550 574 

B 



386 



308 



234 



Name of Lodge. 



309 Lodge of Harmony. 



310 



311 



Perfect Lodge. 



Lodge of Strict 
Benevolence. 



Lodge of Strict 
Benevolence. 



Vectis Lodge of Peace and 
Concord. 



Union Lodge. 



Ebenezer Lodge, 



South Saxon Lodge. 



Places of Meeting. 



GospOPt, Hampshire 
Gosport 



Fountain Inn, High Street, 
Dolphin Inn, North Street, 

Crown Inn, u h 

Fountain Tavern, High Street, n 

India Arms Inn, n m 

Crown Inn, North Street, m 

Black Bear Inn, North Cross Street, n 

Roebuck Tavern, High Street, ii 

Town Hall, n >i 

Fountain Tavern, m n 

India Arms Inn, ir n 

Red Lion Inn, Slarket Row, n 

Black Bear Tavern, North Cross Street, n 

White Lion Tavern, North Street, ir 

Coal Exchange, High Street, n 

Star Inn, n h 

Crown Inn, North Street, ir 
Red Lion Hotel, West Street, FaPeham, Hampshire 
Masonic Rooms, 31 West Street, Fareham 



1796 
1798 
1801 
1803 
1807 
1809 
1810 
iSii 
1814 
1817 
1822 
1823 
1826 
1836 
1840 
1842 

1843 
1852 



White Horse and Star, Lower Woolwich Road, 

Woolwich, London 1796 

Royal Artillery Hotel, Woolwich Common, Woolwich, n 1804 
King's Arms Hotel and Tavern, Frances Street, ir n 1814 
Lasi payment 1^06. Erased in 1822. 



Maid's Head, Tuesday Market Place, King's Lynn, 

Norfolk 1796 
Lapsed about 1803. 



Vine Inn, Old Market, Wisbeeh, Cambridgeshire 1S05 

Spread Eagle, Bridge Street, Wisbech 1810 

Last payment \Zz.-i. Erased in 1825. 



Wheatsheaf Inn, St. Thomas's Square, NewpOPt, 

I. of Wight, Hampshire 1 796 
Freemasons' Hall, Town Hall, High Street, Newport 1804 
Warrant returned forwant of Members, Erased ^ Jan. 1838. 



Grapes Inn, Scotch Street, 



Carlisle, Cumkrlatid iy<)() 



Pack Horse Inn, P.ack Horse Lane, English St., Carlisle 1798 

King's Head, Fisher Street, „ 1803 

Angel Inn, English Street, „ 1834 

Pine Apple Inn, n ,, 1840 

United with " Victoria Lodge" No. 882 \.ofiq October 1852], 
10 October 1855, 

Light Horseman Inn, Rickergate, Carlisle 1858 

Old King's Head, Rosemary Lane, n 1859 

Masonic Rooms, Barwise Court, English Street, n 1862 

Freemasons' Hall, Castle Street, m i865 



Crown Inn, Pateley Bridge, Yorkshire 1796 

George Inn, Pateley Bridge 1810 

Erased 1^ December 1822. 



.Star Inn, High Street, 

Freemasons' Hall, ITigh Street, 

Eastern Tower of the Castle, Castle Gate Street, 

Star Inn, High Street, 

Eastern Tower of the Castle, Castle Gate Street, 

At Bro. Butcher's, High Street, 

Crown Inn, n 

Freemasons' Hall, High Street, 

New 11 n 



Lewes, Sussex 1 796 

Lewes 1797 

11 1817 

„ 1821 

1. 1821 

II 1852 

M 1854 

II 1857 

II 1872 



Date of Warrant 
or Constitution. 



8 Appil 1796 



14 Jan. 1796 

Cons. 10 Nov. 1796. 



14 Appil 1796 

Con.';. 25 April 1796. 

14 Mapeh 1805 



23 May 1796 



30 July 1796 

Was at Carlisle, work- 
ing under a Scotch 
Warrant, No. 216, from 
6 February 1786. 



5 Aug. 1796 



15 Oct. 1796 

Cons. 30 Nov. 1796. 

Special Warrant, 7 
March 1801, constituting 
the South Saxon Lodge 
" the Provincial Grand 
Lodge of the County of 
Sussex." 



1792 



551 



1814 



575 



1832 



387 



1863 



309 



552 



576 



553 

A 



553 

B 



554 



555 



577 



578 



579 



388 



389 



310 



556 



557 



580 



581 



390 



311 



[ 235 ] 



•894 


Name of Lodge. 


Places of Meeting. 


Date of Warrant 
or Constitution. 


1792 


1814 


1832 


1863 




Lodge of Harmony. 


Dudley's Coffee House, George Street, TamWOrth, 

Staffordshire 1796 
Erased 10 February i8og. 


5 Nov. 1796 


558 


•• 








Lodge of Unanimity and 


Fort MarlboFough, Island of Sumatra, East huiies 1796 


1796 


559 










Industry. 


Erased in 1813. 














No. 2 (Local). 
















Ppestonian Lodge of 


King's Arms, High Street, Gray's Thurroek [now 














Perfect Friendsliip. 


Grays], Essex 1797 
Erased 5 March 1828. 


18 Feb. 1797 


560 


582 


' • 




312 


Lion Lodge. 


Golden Lion, Golden Lion Bank, Whitby, Yorkshire 1797 
Freemasons' Tavern, Baxtergate, Whitby 1813 
Angel Inn, m ,, 1815 
Masonic Hall, John Street, West Cliff, „ 1859 


14 Jan. 1797 

Cons. 30 Jan. 1797. 


561 


583 


391 


312 




Lodge Ferdinand of tlie 


Hamburg [Free City] (Saxony), Germany 1795 


15 Jan. 1795 


562 










Roclc. 


Was constituted in 1787 by Prince Karl of Hesse, under the Strict 
Observance, and Warranted as an English Lodge by the Prov. G.L. 
of Hamburg in 1795. Seceded in 1811, when Hamburg declared 
itself an independent G.L. Erased from English Register in 1813. 
Still on Reg. of G.L. of Hamburg. 














Norwich Theatrical Lodge. 


Waggon and Horses, Tom bland, Norwich, Norfolk 1797 
Angel, Market Place, Norwich 1800 
Erased i March 1828. 


20 June 1797 


563 


584 


•• 


•• 


313 


Lodge of United 


Two Necked Swan, Market Place, Great Yarmouth, 














Friends. 


Norfolk 1797 
Shakespeare Tavern, King Street, Great Yarmouth 1799 
Three Cranes Tavern, South Quay, n 1803 
Ship Tavern, Middlegate Street, u 1810 
Tuns Tavern, Bridge Street, Southtown, n 1816 
Star Tavern, Hall Quay, „ 1818 
Masonic Hall, Paved Row (Row 108), n 1824 
Star Hotel, Hall Quay, „ 1840 
Duke's Head Hotel, Hall Quay, it 1869 
Victoria Hotel, Marine Parade, n 188 1 
Royal Assembly Rooms, Albert Square, n 1891 


20 June 1797 


564 


585 


392 


313 


314 


Lodge of Peace and 
Unity. 


The Cock, PrestOn, Zawcof&V^ 1797 
Green Man, Lord Street, Preston 1808 


12 Sept. 1797 

Cons. 28 Sept. 1797. 


565 


586 


393 


314 




Shakespeare Tavern, Straight Shambles, 


1 1810 
















Boar's Head, Friargate, 


, 1816 
















Theatre Tavern, Fishergate, 


1 1819 
















Horse Shoe, Church Street, 


1 1822 
















Mitre Tavern, Fishergate, 


1 1837 
















Town Hall Buildings, Fishergate, 


, 1849 
















Mitre Inn, Fishergate, 


1 1854 
















Stanley Arms Hotel, Lancaster Road, 


, 1862 
















Literary Institute, Cross Street, 


, 1863 
















MiHtia Mess Rooms, Starkie Street, 


, 1868 
















Bull Hotel, Church Street, 


, 1878 
















Militia Mess Rooms, Starkie Street, 


1880 
















Bull Hotel, Church Street, 


■ 1881 
















Militia Mess Rooms, Starkie Street, 


, 1885 













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1 894 



Name of Lodge. 



315 



Royal Cinque Port Lodge. 

Royal York Lodge, 

1823. 



Places of Meeting. 



Social Lodge. 



Lodge of Philanthropists. 



Jacob's Lodge. 



Lodge of Truth. 



316 



Lodge of Attention. 



Lodge of 
Innocence and Morality. 



Lodge of 

Unity, Peace, and Concord. 

No. 9 

Coast of Coromandel. 

Lodge of Unity, 
Peace, and Concord. 



Old Tree Inn, Broad Street, SeafOPd, Sussex 1797 

Pelham Arms Inn, Pelham Arms Yard, Seaford i8oi 

Private Room, n 1803 

Old Tree Inn, Broad Street, 11 1822 

Royal York Hotel, Old Steine, Brighton, Sussex 1823 

Freemasons' Hall, St. James's Street, Brighton 1824 

Tiernej' Arms, Edward Street, 11 1826 

New Ship Tavern, Ship Street, 11 1828 

Artichoke Inn, William Street, n 1830 

Golden Cross, Princes Street, n T835 

Castle Inn, Castle Street, " 1841 

White Horse Hotel, East Street, n 1853 

Old Ship Hotel, King's Road, u 1855 

Royal Pavilion, Pavilion Parade, n 1868 



Hoop Inn, Sidney Street, Cambridge, Cambridgeshire 1797 
E7ased 10 February i8og. 



James Town, Island of St. Helena, West Coast of 

Africa 1798 
Last Jtayntent 1807. Krasedin 1832. 



Surat (Guzerat), Bombay, India 1798 

Erased in 1813. 



Royal Oak Inn, Harbour Street, Ramsgate, Kent 1798 

Erased 5 December i^-zj, but is not in Lists after 1821. 



First Regiment of Life Guards, Prince of Wales' 

Coffee House, Exeter Street, Sloane Street, London 1798 
At Cadogan Arms, Sloane Street, Chelsea, n 1807 

ti King's Head, Knightsbridge, n 1816 

Erased ( Warrant returned) in 1850. 



Star Inn, Norfolk Street, Lynn, Norfolk 1798 

Green Dragon, Grass Market [now Norfolk Street], Lynn 1801 
Erased in 1823. 



Lamb Inn, 



Erased in 1832. 



Hindon, Wiltshire 1798 



Madras (Chingleput), 



Madras, India 1798 



1808 



Suspended/or uninasonic conduct., 



First Royal Regiment, Wallajahbad (Chingleput), 

Madras, India 
Called " Royal Scots Regiment," from 1871. 

At Fort St. George, Madras (Chingleput), Madras 1809 

M Hyderabad (Hyderabad, Deccan), „ 1810 

II Triehinopoly (Triclmopoly), „ 18:2 

11 Bangalore (Mysore Native State), „ 1814 

11 Seeunderabad (Hyderabad, Deccan), „ 1814 

II Hyderabad (Hyderabad, Deccan), „ 1817 

11 Areot (North Arcot), „ igjg 

11 Wallajahbad (Chingleput), „ 1819 

Left Madras District about 1824. 
I. Island of Malta 

11 Ootacamund (Coimbatore), Madras 

II Wellington (Neilgherry Hills), ,1 



1855 
1893 
1893 



Date of Warrant 
or Constitution. 



28 Sept. 1797 

Warrn.nt of Confirmation 

granted in 1823, bearing 

same date as original, 

which had been lost, 

but has since been found. 



30 Dec. 1797 



27 Jan. 1798 



29 May 1798 



3 Sept. 1798 



28 Aug. 1798 



28 Sept. 1798 



30 Oct. 1798 



1798 



1808 

Warrant of Confirmation, 
1833- 



1792 



1814 



1832 



1863 



566 



587 



394 



315 



567 



568 



569 



570 



571 



572 



573 



574 

A 



574 

B 



588 



589 



590 



591 



592 



395 



593 



396 



316 



237 



Name of Lodge. 



Allman's Lodge. 



317 



Mariners' Lodge. 



Lodge of the 
Three Grand Principles. 



Lodge of Industry. 



Lodge of 
Prudence and Industry. 



Lodge of Affability. 



318 



Lodge of Reason. 



True and Faithful 
Lodge. 



Lodge of Harmony. 



Places of Meeting. 



Rose and Crown, Northgate, AlmOnbUFy, Yorkshire 1799 
Woolpack Inn, High Street, Almonbuiy 1801 

Erased ^ December 1S22. Reinstated in 1825. 
Woolpack Inn, High Street, Almonbury 1S25 

Finally erased in 1832. 



Rose and Crown Inn, New Street, Selby, Yorkshire 1799 

Last Meeting ^ September 1807. Erased ^ December 1822. 



Golden Lion, Market Street, Penryn, Cornwall 1799 

Erased ^ September 1838. 



Hand and Bottle, Mill Street, BpidgnOFth, Shropshire 1799 
Raven Inn, Whitburn Street, Bridgnorth 1800 

Erased i June 1853. 



George Inn, Fore Street, Chard, Somersetshire 1799 

Angel Inn, .1 Chard 1808 

Freennasons' Hall, Fore Street, n 1812 

Erased, Warrant returned, December iZ'i\. 



Golden Lion, Deansgate, 
The King, Oldham Street, 
Waggon and Horses, Thomas Street, 
Robin Hood, Newton Lane, 
Blackfriars Inn, Blackfriars Street, 
Town Hall Tavern, Tib Lane, 
Crown and Mitre, Spear Street, 
Blackfriars Inn, I3Iackfriars Street, 
Hare and Hounds, Deansgate, 
White Lion, n 

Fleece Inn, Bloom Street, 
Hussar, Portland Street, 
Pack Horse Inn, Bridge Street, 
Cross Street Chambers, Cross Street, 
Freemasons' Hall, Cooper Street, 



Manchester, Lancashire 1 799 

Manchester 1800 

1804 



I8l2 

1822 
1827 
1829 
1831 

1837 
1842 
1846 
1847 
1849 
i860 
1865 



Saracen's Hotel, High Street, AshfOFd, Kent 1799 

Is stated to have been a Military Lodge. 
Erased 6 February 1811. 



Cornwall Regiment of Feneible Light Dragoons 1799 

Angel Inn, Coinagehall Street, HelStOn, Cornwall 1800 

Masonic Rooms, Cross Street, Helston 1867 

Freemasons' Hall, n n 1880 



In Royal Westminster Regiment Of Middlesex 

Militia, Swan Inn, Hastings, Sussex 1799 

Private Room, High Street, Hastings 1803 

Swan Inn, n u 1808 

Anchor Inn, George Street, u 1814 

Crown Inn, All Saints Street, n 1817 

United with " Derwent Lodge" No. 54 \_No. 36, Ancients, of 
5 April 1813], 29 Decejnber 1B17. 



Date of Warrant 
or Constitution. 



9 Feb. 1799 



14 May 1799 



21 April 1799 



June 1799 



25 March 1799 



28 May 1799 



18 March 1799 



1 April 1799 

Warrant of Confirmation 
29 April 1841. 



1 July 1799 



1792 



575 



1814 



594 



1832 



1863 



576 



577 



578 



579 



695 



596 



597 



598 



397 



398 



580 



599 



399 



317 



581 



582 



600 



400 



318 



583 



601 

A 



[ 238 ] 



319 



320 



Name of Lodge. 



Lodge of Fellowship. 



New Forest Lodge. 



Lodge of Loyalty. 



Lodge Gunther of the 
Standing Lion. 



Lodge Charles Augustus. 



Places of Meeting. 



St. Andrew's Union Lodge. 

No. 10 
Coast of Coromandel. 



See below. 



White Hart Inn, High Street, Winchester, Hampshire 1799 

Lnpsed about 1808. 



Private Room, Town Quay, 
Nag's Head, High Street, 
Masonic Hall, Quay Street, 
Bugle Hotel, High Street, 



Lymington, Hampshire 1814 

Lymington 1823 

1835 

1879 



Robin Hood, Mottram Moor, Mottram-ln- 

Longdendale, Cheshire 1798 
Stag, Marlcet Street, Mottram-in-Longdendale 1816 

Court Room, Marliet Place, n 1824 

Angel Inn, ir n 1828 

White Hart, Market Street, n 1829 

Masonic Rooms, Junction Inn, Marlcet Street, ir 1835 



Island of Minorca (Balearic Islands), Spain 1800 

The English occupation of the Island for the third time lasted from 
179S to 1802, when the Lodge must have lapsed. 

It was kepi on Register until 1813. 



In Regiment of Loyal Surrey Rangers, Halifax 

(Halifax), Nova Scotia, North America 1800 
Erased in 1813. 



Rudolstadt (Schwartzburg-Rudolstadt), 



Germany 1801 



Self constituted, 21 Sept. 17S5. Joined Frankfort (Eclectic Union), 
27 Nov. 1785, became dormant, but was revived in 1793. Joined the 
Prov. G.L. of Hamburg, i Jan. 1801. Ceased to be under English 
Rule when Hamburg became independent in i8ti. 

Ceased luorking through lack of Members in 1829. 

Was erased from Unglish Register in 1813. 



Alstaedt (Hanover), Germany 1801 

Constituted by English Prov. G.L. of Hamburg, 15 Nov. 1801. 

Was closed in 1803. 

Not erased from English Register until 1813. 



Nineteenth Regiment of Foot, Madras, 

(Chingleput), Madras, India 1799 
At Point de Galle, Ceylon, East Indies 1 801 

11 Trineomalee, Ceylon 1804 

11 Colombo, „ :8o8 

n Quilon (Travancore), Madras, India 1809 

n Madras, India 1810 

M Colombo, Ceylon 1811 

" Trineomalee, „ 1817 

u Madras, India 1821 

Erased in 1813, but was reinstated in the place of the then vacant 
Lodge, No. 601, in 1822. Finally erased in 1832, 
United in 1823 with "St. Patrick's Lodge " [Local Warrant, 28 Dec. 
1812I, Fort St. George, Madras, forming " St. Andrew's and St. 
Patrick's Union Lodge." 



Date of Warrant 
or Constitution. 



1799 



12 Nov. 1799 



1814 



1792 



1814 



1832 



1863 



601 

B 



10 Oct. 1799 

Cons, in 1798. 

[Minutes of 24 Oct. 

1798.] 



1 Jan. 1800 



5 Feb. 1800 



1 Jan. 1801 

Have met since 1787. 
G.L. Cal. 



15 Nov. 1801 



1799 



584 

A 



584 602 

B 



585 



586 



587 



588 



589 



590 



401 



319 



603 



601 

B 



402 



320 



239 



1894. 



Name of Lodge. 



Lodge of 
Philanthropists. 

No. 11 
Coast of Coromandel. 



Lodge of 
the Golden Hart. 



Globe Lodge. 



Lodge of the Three Stars. 



Warren Lodge. 



St. Peter's Lodge. 



Lodge of the 
Crowned Serpent. 



Places of Meeting. 



In Seoteh Brigade [94th Foot], Fort St. George, 

Madras (Chingleput), Madras, India 1801 
Triehinopoly (Trichinopoly), Madras 1805 

94th Reg., TriLhinopoly, becomes No. 6 after this date. Local 

List, 1806. 

Erased in 1813. 



Oldenburg (Oldenburg), 



Germany 1801 



Const. 6 Oct. 1801, bj' Prov. G. Lodge at Hamburg."' 
G.L. Warrant Book, 

Was first con.stituted by National G.L. of Germany, Berlin, 26 
March 1766. Seceded 4 Nov. 1801. Re-constituted by English Prov. 
G.L. of Hamburg, in 1801. Left our jurisdiction when Hamburg 
became independent in 1811. 

Erased in 1813. 

Still exists on Reg. of G.L. of Hamburg. 



Lubeek [Free City], 



Germany 1801 



" Const. 74 Sept. 1801, by the Prov. G.L. of Hamburg." 
G,L. Warrant Book. 

Constituted by the German Prov. G.L. of Hamburg under the 
National G.L. of Germany, 21 October 1799. Re-constituted by 
English Prov. G.L. of Hamburg, 14 Sept. 1801 or 1803. 

Erased from English Register in 1813. 

Still exists on Reg. of G.L. of Hamburg. 



Rostock (Mecklenburg-Schwerin), Germany 1802 

Warranted by Grand Lodge of Three Globes, Berlin, to June 1760. 
In 1766 went over to the Strict Observance until t7S2, when it ceased 
work. In 1799 it was revived by Prince Carl of Sudermania. In 
1802 joined the English Prov. G.L. of Hamburg, and left our 
jurisdiction with that G.L. in iBii. 

Erased in 18 13. 

Still exists on Reg. of G.L. of Hamburg. 



Milton's Head Inn, Milton Street, Nottingham, 

Nottinghamshire 
Greyhound, Castle Gate, 
Green Dragon, Park Street, 
George and Dragon, North .Street, 
Green Dragon, Park Street, 
Peacock, Warsergate, 
Talbot, 



Erased 5 March 1828. 



802 

Nottingham 1805 

1808 

11 1810 

1811 

1. 1813 

M I817 



Angel Inn, Narrow Bridge Street, Peterborough, 

Northamptonshire 1802 
Private Room [site of Swan Inn], Swanspool, Peterborough 1812 
Greyhound, Market Place, n 1814 

Private Room over the Minster Gateway, ir 1820 

Windmill Inn, Market Place, n 1822 

Erased^ March 1828. 
There are minutes in existence to 6 November 1828, and, notwith- 
standing erasure, the Lodge continued to meet until 1834. 



GoerlitZ (Prussian Silesia), Germany 1804 

Constituted by the Strict Observance, 13 January 1764. In 1783 
seceded to G.L. of Ratisbon, split into two Lodges, but reunited 8 
May 1803. Re-constitnted by English Prov. G.L. of Hamburg, 26 
January 1804. Seceded, and joined the G.L. of Saxony, in 1811. 
Re-constituted by G.L. Royal York, 7 June 1816. 

Erased from English Reg. in 1813. 

Now on Reg. of G.L. Royal York at Berlin. 



Date of Warrant 
or Constitution. 



28 Dee. 1801 



1792 



591 



1814 



1832 



1863 



6 Oet. 1801 

Have met since 1776. 
G.L. Cal. 



592 



14 Sept. 1801 

Have met since 1796. 
G.L. Cal. 



593 



1802 



594 



16 Nov. 1802 



595 



604 



23 Dee. 1802 



596 



605 



26 Jan. 1804 

Have met since 1764. 
G.L. Cal. 



597 



240 



i894 



Name of Lodge. 



Lodge of Apollo. 



321 



Lodge of Unity. 



322 



Lodge of Peace. 



323 



Lodge of Concord. 



324 



Moira Lodge. 



325 



La Loge de rAmitie 
des Freres Reunis. 



La Loge de I'Heureuse 
Reunion. 



St. John's Lodge. 



326 



Moira Lodge. 

Moira Lodge of 
Honoup, 1887. 



Places of Meeting. 



Leipzig (Saxony), Germany 1805 

Formed in 1800. Warranted by G.L. of Ratisbon in 1801, as 
" Apollo of the Three Acacias." Joined English Prov. G.L. of 
Hamburg, 13 April 1805. Seceded and joined the G.L. of Saxony 11 
October 1815. Was erased from English Register in 1813. 

Now on Reg. of G.L. of Saxony. 



Unicorn Inn, Hillgate, 
Angel, Market Place, 
Arden Arms, Millgate, 
Unicorn Inn, Plillgate, 
Union Tavern, Vernon Bridge, 
Unicorn Inn, Hillgate, 
Wellington Inn, Wellington Road, 
Crewe Arms Hotel, Railway Station, 



Stockport, Cheshire 1806 

Stockport 1816 

II 1819 

II 1821 

1831 

I, 1837 

M 1839 

Crewe, Cheshire 1850 



Crown and Mitre, King St. East, StOCkpOPt, Cheshire 1806 



Coach and Horses, New Bridge Lane, 

Red Bull, Hillgate, 

Royal Oak, n 

Union Tavern, Vernon Bridge, 

Concert Tavern, m 

Vernon Arms Hotel, Vernon Street, 

Bulkeley Arms Hotel, Warren Street, 

Vernon Arms Hotel, Vernon Street, 

Bulkeley Arms Hotel, Warren Street, 



Stockport 



8l0 
1820 
1822 
1830 
1837 
1838 
1863 
1881 
1893 



Queen's Head, Little Underbank, StOCkport, Cheshire 1806 
Nelson Inn, Wellington Road, Stockport 1829 

Golden Ball Tavern, Millgate, 11 1831 

Freemasons' Arms Tavern \unknown\, n 1835 

Golden Ball Tavern, Millgate, n 1836 

Florist Hotel, Shaw Heath, 11 1877 



New Inn, Old Street, Stalybridge, Lancashire 1806 

Eagle Inn, Stamford Street, n Cheshire 1820 

Church Inn, Huddersfiekl Road, Stalybridge 1843 

Eagle Inn, Stamford Street, 11 1845 

Wellington Inn, Caroline Street, n 1868 



Port au Prince, Island of Hayti, 

Erased in 1824. 



Aux Cayes, Island of Hayti, 

Erased in 1824. 



West Indies 1809 



West Indies 1809 



Bull's Head, Church Street, Eccles, Lancashire 1809 

Duke of York Inn, Church Street, Eccles 181 1 

Golden Lion, ' n 1822 

Golden Key, m 1828 

Rose and Crown Inn, Broad St., Pendleton, Lancashire 1S56 

Freemasons' Hall, Islington Square, Salford, 11 1864 

Masonic Hall, Adelphi House, Adelphi Street, Salford 1880 



Bush Tavern, Corn Street, Bristol, Gloucestershire 1S09 

Freemasons' Hall, Broad Quay, Bristol 1813 

11 Bridge Street, ,1 1818 

I, Park Street, „ 1872 



Date of Warrant 
or Constitution. 



13 April 1805 



1 Oct. 1806 

Cons. 21 Dec. 1806, 



1 Oct. 1806 

Cons. 21 Dec. 1806. 



1 Oct. 1806 

Cons. 21 Dec. 1806. 



1 Oct. 1806 



1792 



598 



599 



600 



601 



602 



5 April 1809 



5 April 1809 



5 April 1809 

Cons. 27 March i8ag. 



5 April 1809 

ist Minutes, 19 Sept. 
1809. 

Warrant assigned of 
No. 170. 



603 



1814 



1832 



1863 



606 



403 



321 



607 



404 



322 



608 



405 



323 



609 



406 



324 



610 



604 611 



605 



606 



612 



407 



325 



613 



408 



326 



241 



Name of I.odge. 



Wigton St. John's 
Lodge. 

Called " St. John's Lodge " 
only in Cal. iSig — 1837. 



Phoenician Lodge. 



St. Andrew's Lodge of 
Moral Reformation. 

"St. Andrew's Lodge" only 
from iSto. 



Orange Lodge. 



Mariners' Lodge. 



Lodge of Hapmony. 



Lodge of Unity. 



Lodge of Tempepanee 
and Morality. 



Doyle's Lodge of 
Fellowship. 



St. John's Lodge, 

Named in 1812. 

Made no returns from Dec. 
1838 to Sept. 1846. 



Places of Meeting. 



King's Arms, Market Square, 
Half Moon Inn, High Street, 
Lion and Lamb Inn, High Street, 



Wigton, 



Cumberland 1807 

Wigton 1832 

„ 1836 



White Hart Inn, Fore Street, Cullompton, Devonshire 1S09 
Erased s March 1828. 



Pack Horse Inn and Freemasons' Tavern, Whitmore 

Street, WhittleSCa, Cambridgeshire 1809 

George and Star Inn, Market Hill, Whittlesea 1813 

Erased ^ March 1828. 



Guernsey, Channel islands 1809 

" Formerly acting under an Athol Warrant." G.L. Warrant Book. 
See Athol No. 116, page 108. 
Erased 3 June 1829. 



Guernsey, Channel Islands 1809 

" Formerly acting under an Athol Warrant." G.L. Warrant Book. 
See Athol No. 222, page 157. 
Erased 3 June 1829. 



Guernsey, Channel Islands 1809 

" Formerly acting under an Athol Warrant." G.L. Warrant Book. 
See Athol No. 334, page 2or. 
Erased 3 lune 1829. 



Guernsey, Channel islands \% 

" Formerly acting under an Athol Warrant." G.L. Warrant Book. 
See Athol No. 337, pae:e2202. 
Erased -^June r82g. 



Green Dragon, Market LavingtOn, Wiltshire i8 

Erased 3 December rSsi. 



Guernsey, 



Cha/inel Islands 1810 



See Athol No. 336, page 99. 
Last payment in i8t2. Erased in 1821. 

The above five Guernsey Lodges appear to be duplicates. It will 
be seen they were put on the List with precisely the same names as 
those warranted by the Athol G.L. 



{^Piace unknown'] Torquay, 

Freemasons' Hall, Fleet Street, 
Royal Hotel, Strand, 
London Inn, Fleet Street, 
Union Hotel, Union Street, 
Freemasons' Hall, Temperance Street, 
London Hotel, Fleet Street, 
Freemasons' Hall, Park Street, 






Devonshire 1810 

Torquay 18 19 

PI 1827 

1833 

1836 

II 1840 

i8S3 
II 1858 



Date of Warrant 
or Constitution. 



21 April 1809 

Under Dispensation 
from 1807. 

Warrant assigned of 

No. 244. 



21 April 1809 

Warrant assigned of 
No. 291. 



21 April 1809 

Warrant assigned of 
No. 361. 



8 May 1809 



8 May 1809 



8 May 1809 



8 May 1809 



10 May 1809 

Warrant assigned of 
No. 383. 



8 March 1810 



8 March 1810 

Warrant assigned of 
No. 404. 



1792 



607 



608 



609 



610 



611 



612 



i»i4 



614 



615 



616 



617 



618 



619 



613 620 



614, 



615 



1832 



409 



1863 



327 



621 



622 



410 



616 



623 



411 



328 



242 



Name of Lodge. 



329 



Lodge of Brotherly 
Love. 



Places of Meeting. 



330 



Royal Cornwall Lodge. 

One and All Lodgre, 

1830. 



Lodge of Union. 



331 



332 



Phoenix Lodge of 
Honor and Prudence. 

Dormant 1838-1847. 



Topridzonian Lodge. 



Lodge of Virtue and 
Silence. 



Lodge of Loyalty. 



St. David's Lodge of 
Perfect Friendship. 



Lodge of Friendship. 



MartOek, Somersetshire 1810 



Martock 
Yeovil, Somersetshire 
Yeovil 



George Inn, Church Street, 
While Hart Inn, Church Street, 
House of Bro. Cave, 
Mermaid Inn, High Street, 
Private Rooms, Vicarage Street, 
Three Choughs' Hotel, Hendford 
Masonic Hall, n 



In Royal Cornwall Regiment of Militia 

At George Inn, Stratford, London 

White Horse, Bow Road, Bow, 11 

Exeter Inn, KingSbridge, Devonshire 



Enniskillen, 

Castlebar, 

Mallow, 

King's Head, Bishop Street, 
Queen's Head, 
Town Arms Hotel, Fore Street, 
Private Rooms, 11 

Masonic Hall, Turf Street, 



Fermaytagk, Irelajid 

IMayo^ ri 

Cork, II 

PortSea, Hampshire 

Bodmin, Cornwall 

Bodmin 



1814 
1S19 
1819 
1820 
1827 
1894 



I»IO 

1810 
1810 
1810 
1811 
1812 
1813 
1813 
1814 
1825 



Blue Anchor Tavern, St. George's Square, Portsea, 

Hatnpshire 1810 
Anchor and Hope Tavern, St. George's Square, Portsea 1819 
Mitre Tavern, Butchers Row, n 1822 

Erased i^W arrant returned) 2Z Jajiuary 1836. 



Red Lion Hotel, Boscawen Street, 
Private Room, 13 Pydar Street, 
Masonic Rooms, High Cross, 
Masonic Hall, Quay Street, 



Truro, Cornwall 1810 

Truro 1851 

„ 1859 



Cape Coast Castle, Gold Coast, West Coast of Africa iSlo 

Erased ^ June 1862, 



Shoulder of Mutton Inn, High Street, Hadleigh, Suffolk 181 1 
White Lion Inn, m Hadleigh 1826 



Guernsey, Chamiel islands 1810 

See Athol No. 349, page 205. 
Erased, " Warrant returned" in 1829. 



King's Arms Inn, Priory Street, Carmarthen, 

Carmarthenshire 181 1 
Ivy Bush Inn, King Street, Carmarthen 1812 

Union Hall Inn, Quay Street, n 1814 

Erased in 1822. 

N.B. — Owing to an error in numeration, both the "Lodge of 
Loyalty " and "St. David's Lodge of Perpetual Friendship" were 
numbered 623. 



Swan, East Street, ChlChesteP, .S/wj-f;!: 181 1 

Is said to have met at the " Fleece," East Street, Chichester, a short 
time, whilst the Swan was being rebuilt. 

United with ^^ Lodge of Harmony " No. 52 [A't?. 35, Ancients, of 12 
March 1812], in 1828. 



Date of Warrant 
or Constitution. 



8 March 1810 

Warrant assigned of 
No. 534. 



8 March 1810 

Warrant assigned of 

No. 543- 
Cons. i8 May i8io. 

Civil Warrant 
12 July 1830. 



8 March 1810 

Warrant assigned of 
No. 524. 



11 April 1810 

Warrant assigned of 
No. 548. 

Cons. 25 June 1810. 



11 April 1810 



1 March 1811 

Warrant assigned of 
No. 414. 



17 June 1810 



1 March 1811 

Warrant assigned of 
No. 432. 



15 March 1811 

Warrant assigned of 
No. s8i. 



1792 



617 



1S14 



624 



1832 



412 



1863 



329 



618 



625 



413 



330 



619 



626 



414 



620 



627 



415 



331 



621 



622 



623 



628 



629 



630 



416 



417 



332 



623 



631 



624 



632 



[ 243 ] 



1 894 



333 



334 



335 



Name of Lodge. 



Lodge of Virtue & Honour. 



Union York Lodge. 



Lodge of Contentment and 
British Union. 



Royal Preston Lodge. 



British Lodge. 



St. Jolin's Lodge. 



Lodge of Rectitude. 



336 



Lodge of Benevolence. 



337 



Royal George Lodge. 



Lodge of Candour. 



Places of Meeting. 



King's Arms Inn, High Street, TotnCS, Devonshire i8ii 

Erased s December 1827. 



Second Regiment of West York Militia 1811 

At York, Yorkshire 1818 

" Warrant returned." Erased in 1820. 



Island of Curagoa, 



West Indies 181 1 



Erased in 1820. 



Cross Axes Inn, St. John's Street, Preston, Lancashire 181 1 
Prince Albert Hotel, Watling Street Road, Fulwood, 

Lancashire 1861 
Royal Garrison Hotel, n Fulwood 1867 

Castle Hotel, Market Place, Preston 1875 

Militia Mess Rooms, Starkie Street, 11 1887 

Castle Hotel, Market Place, .. 1892 



Cape Town (Cape), Cape Colony, 

Masonic Temple, Roeland Street, 



Sonth Africa 181 1 
Cape Town 1856 



%^~ " By an error in numbering, the ' Lodge of Loyalty,' Guernsey, 
and ' St. David's Lodge,' Carmarthen, are both 623, and No. 630 is 
omitted, the Lodge of Loyalty having refused to take that number." 
MS. in G.L. Cat., 1812. 



White Hart Hotel, High Street, Guildford, Surrey 1812 

Erased 5 December 1827. 



Crown Inn, Market Place, 

King's Arms, 

New Crown Inn, Market Place, 

Bear Inn, Bank Street, 

King's Arms, 

Queen's Head Inn, 

Bear Inn, 

King's Arras Inn, 

Queen's Head Inn, 

Methuen Arms, 



Westbury, Wiltshire 1812 

Melksham, n 1817 

Melksham 1822 

11 1825 

II 1827 

Box, Wiltshire 1829 

Box 1833 

Monkton Farleigh, Wiltshire 1840 
Box 1856 

Corsham, Wiltshire 1859 



Stag's Head [now Norfolk Arms], Marple Bridge, 

Cheshire 1809 

Bull's Head, Marple, n 1815 

Jolly Sailor Inn, Marple 1843 



Freemasons' Inn and Tavern [now Commercial Inn], 

High week Street, NeWtOn Bushel, Devonshire 1812 
Erased i December 1830. 



Bell Inn, Delph, in Saddleworth, Yorkshire 1812 

Swan Inn, DobcrOSS, ir 1853 

Commercial Inn, Commercial Square, UppermiU, n 1861 
Masonic Hall, High Street, Brownhill Vale, UppermiU 1881 



Date of Warrant 
or Constitution. 



1 May 1811 

Warrant assigned of 
No. 42. 



1 May 1811 

Warrant assigned of 
No. 177. 



15 June 1811 



15 June 1811 

Warrant assigned of 
No. 567. 



9 Aug. 1811 



12 Feb. 1812 

Warrant assigned of 
No. 78. 



12 Feb. 1812 

Warrant assigned of 
No. i6. 



12 Feb. 1812 

Cons. 24 June i8og. 

Warrant assigned of 
No. 179. 



12 Feb. 1812 

Warrant assigned of 

No. 247, 

Warrant of Confirmation. 

30 March 1825. 



12 Feb. 1812 635 

Warrant assigned of 
No. 328. 

Cons. 25 Dec. 1812. 



1792 



1S14 



1832 



1863 



625 



626 



627 



628 



633 



634 



635 



636 



418 



333 



629 



630 



631 



632 



637 



419 



334 



638 



639 



420 



335 



633 



640 



421 



336 



634 



641 



642 



422 



337 



244 



i894 



Name of Lodge. 



338 



339 



Lodge of Perseverance. 



Vitpuvian Lodge. 



340 



341 



La Loge les Freres Reunis. 



Royal Sussex Lodge. 



Lodge of Onanimity. 

The last Lodge warranted by 

the Premier Grand Lodge, 

" Moderns." 



Royal Inverness Lodge. 

The first Lodge warranted by 

the United Grand Lodge of 

England. 



Alfred Lodge. 



Places of Meeting. 



Wellington Lodge. 



Lodge of Fortitude, 

Named in iSig. 

Royal Chartley Lodge of 
Fortitude, 1833. 



Half Moon Inn, Market Place, Great Yarmouth, 

Norfolk 18 1 2 
Erased 5 March 1828. 



George Inn, Gloucester Road, "^0%^, Herefordshire 1813 

King's Head Inn, High Street, Ross 1818 

Swan Hotel, Edde Cross Street, 11 1830 

Royal Hotel, near St. Mary's Church, 11 1843 



Kingston (Kingston, Surrey), Jamaica, West Indies 1813 
Erased in 1832. 



Mermaid Tavern, Mare Street, Hackney, London 1814 

Erased -^ March 1830. 



King of Prussia, Angel Lane, Penrith, Cumberland 1813 

Old Crown Inn, King Street, Penrith 1850 

Private Room, King Street, n 1850 

New Crown Hotel, Crown Square, n 1853 



Gray's Inn Coffee House, Gray's Inn Gale, Holborn, 

London 1814 

Freemasons' Tavern, Great Queen Street, ii 1815 

Argyle Rooms, Regent Street, ii 1824 

United with " Somerset House Lodge-,'' No. 4 {T.l,, No. 4 0/ tlte 
Four Old Lodges^ 25 NovemterrZ^^. 



Ship Inn, Ship Street, 
Wheatsheaf Inn, Ship Street, St. 
Golden Cross Inn, Corn Maiket, 
Angel Inn, High Street, 
Ship Inn, Ship Street, 
Maidenhead Inn, Turl Street, 
Masonic Hall, Alfred Street, 



Oxford, Oxfordshire 1814 
Aldate's, Oxford 1818 

1819 
1820 
1820 
1822 
1832 



Crown Inn, High Street, 

Erased in 1B22. 



Rochester, Ji^ent 1814 



Private Room, Rye, Sussex 1814 

London Trader Inn, Mermaid Street, Rye 1823 

Queen's Head Inn, Landgate, m 1836 

Lamb Inn, n h 1837 

Union Inn, East Street, u 1844 

Crown Inn, Ferry Road, n 1856 

Cinque Port Arms Hotel, Cinque Port Street, n 1858 

George Hotel, High Street, 11 1890 



White Lion, Lichfield Road, Forbridge, Stafford, 

Staffordshire 1 814 
Three Tuns, Goalgate Street, Stafford 1818 

Shire Hall, Market Square, ci 1836 

Three Tuns, Goalgate Street, n 1837 

Grand Junction Inn, Newport Road, 11 1838 

Greyhound Inn, County Road, 11 1840 

Cock Inn, Eastgate Street, n 1840 

White Hart Inn, Eastgate Street, n 1844 

Star Hotel, Market Square, n 1846 

Last meeting 24 Sept. 1847. Erased in 1850, 



Date of Warrant 
or Constitution. 



12 Feb. 1812 

Warrant assigned of 
No. 253. 



1813 

Warrant of Confirmation. 
31 December 1821. 



1813 



1813 

Cons. 27 Oct. 1S14. 



Oct. 1813 

Warrant of Confirmation; 
g February 1828. 



1814 

Cons. 2 Feb. 1815. 



16 Feb. 1814 

Cons. 27 April 1814. 



1814 



25 April 1814 



1792 



636 



637 



1814 



643 



644 



1832 



1863 



423 



338 



638 



639 



640 



645 



646 



647 



424 



339 



648 



649 



425 



340 



650 



651 



426 



341 



29 June 1814 



652 



427 



245 



1 894 
342 



Name of Lodge. 



Royal Sussex Lodge. 



343 



Lodge of Concord. 



344 



Lodge of Faith. 



Royal Augustus Lodge. 



Jedediah Lodge. 
St. John's Lodge, 1820. 



Philanthropic Lodge. 



345 



Lodge of Perseverance. 



Places of Meeting. 



Koyal Onl<, College Street, Portsea, Hampshire 

White Hart Tavern, Queen Street, Portsea 

Duke of Clarence 'I'avern, n n 

King's Arms Inn, m m 

Mitre Tavern, Hutchers Row, 11 

St. George's Rooms, St. George's Square, \\ 

Kent Rooms, Kent Street, 11 

Athenjeum, Bishop Street, n 

Masonic Rooms, 19 Ordnance Row, i' 

Masonic Hall, St. George's Square, 11 

Freemasons' Hall, 79 Commercial Road, LandpOFt, 

Hiiinpshire 



Golden Rail, New Street, 
'J'urk's Head, Turk's Head Yard, 
Corporation Arms, I.ime Street, 
John of Groat, Avenham Lane, 
Royal Oak, St. John's Street, 
White Horse Inn, Friargate, 
Stanley Arms Inn, Lancaster Road, 
King's Arms Inn, Church Street, 
Stanley Arms Inn, Lanca.ster Road, 
King's Arms Inn, Church Street, 
Militia Mess Rooms, Starkie Street, 
Bull Hotel, Church Street, 



Preston, Lancashire 
Preston 



1814 
1817 
1823 
1826 
1834 
1839 
1841 
184s 
1850 
1852 

1880 



1814 
1814 
1833 
1834 
1836 
1840 
1854 
1862 
1868 
1869 
187s 



Woolpack Inn, Stand Lane, PilkingtOn, Lancashire 1814 

White Swan Inn, n Pilkington 1827 

Ram's Head Inn, n 11 1829 

Bull's Head [nn. Church Street, Radcliff, Lancashire 1841 



Crown and Thistle Inn, Monmouth, Momnouthshire 1S15 
King's Head Inn, Agincourt Square, Monmouth 1816 

Erased i Decejnber 1830, 



Crown Inn, Church Street, 
Talbot Inn, Derby Street, 
Plough Inn, St. Edward Street, 
Red Lion, Market Place, 
Swan Inn, St. Edward Street, 



Leek, Staffordshire 18 14 

Leek 181 5 

M 1819 

„ 1820 

1833 



Three Crowns Inn, Breadmarket Street, Lichfield, 

Staffordshire 1833 
Guildhall, Bore Street, Lichfield 1843 

Erased in 1850. 



King's Head Inn, Cross Street, Abcrgavenny, 

Monmouthshire 1815 
Angel Inn, Cross Street, Abergavenny 1818 

Erased 5 March 1828. 



Duke of York Inn, Darwen St., Blackburn, Lancashire 1815 
St. John's Tavern, Union Street, Blackburn 1823 

Old Bull Hotel, Church Street, n 1854 



Cock Inn, Cornhill, BanbUFy, Oxfordshire 1815 

Erased s March 1828. 



Date of Warrant 
or Constitution. 



25 Aug. 1814 



1814 



653 



1832 



428 



1863 



342 



30 Dee. 1814 



654 



429 



343 



30 Dec. 1814 

Cons. 23 Dec. 1814. 



655 



430 



344 



2 Jan. 1815 

Cons. 22 April 1815. 



31 Dee. 1814 



656 



657 



431 



27 Dec. 1814 

Disp. for 12 months. 



27 Feb. 1815 



22 March 1815 

(Dispensation). 



658 



659 



660 



432 



345 



C 246 ] 



1894 


Name of Lodge. 


Places of Meeting. 


Date of Warrant 
or Constitution. 


1814 


1832 


1863 




Lodge of the Five Orders. 


Private Room, Salisbury, Wiltshire 1815 
Erased 5 March 1828. 


21 April 1815 

(Dispensation). 


661 


■• 


■■ 




Lodge of the Three Mallets. 


Naumberg (Prussian Saxony), Germany 1815 

Closed 25 September i8ig, hut not erased frovi List until 1832. 


10 June 1815 


662 








Salamanca Lodge. 


Fifth Regiment Dragoon Guards 1815 

Erased 5 March 1S28. 

In the Royal Monmouth Militia 1815 

Erased in 1822. 


30 June 1815 

(Dispensation). 

10 July 1815 

(Dispensation). 


663 
664 


•■ 


•• 




Lodge of Honour and Friendship. 


Private Room, Greyhound, Marlcet Place, Blandford, 

Dorsetshire 1 81 5 
Last Minutes 5 March 1824. Erased s September 1838. 


18 July 1815 

Cons. 25 Aug. 1815. 


665 


433 


•• 


346 


Lodge of United Brethren. 


Freemasons' Arms, Balderston, Lancashire 1815 
Milestone Inn, Mellor, 1. 1819 
Royal OakInn,LongsightRoad,Clayton-le-Dale, r. 1855 
Windmill Inn, High Road, Samlesbury, 11 1878 
Grosvenor Hotel, Market Place, Blackburn, n 1884 


15 Oct. 1815 


666 


434 


346 




Logia de la Esperanza. 


Spain 181S 

No place named in Registers or Calendars. " Spain " only is stated 
in the G.L. Address Book 1820-24. 

Erased in 1832. 


1815 


667 


•• 




34.7 


Noah's Ark Lodge. 


Red Cow, Dudley St., Wolverhampton, Staffordshire 1815 
Golden Lion, Salop Street, Wolverhampton 1819 
King's Arms, Swan Bank, Bilston, Staffordshire 1828 
Na\ igation Hotel, Park Lane, TiptOH, .1 1853 
Waggon and Horses Inn, Dudley Road, Tipton 1872 
Star Hotel, Bloomfield Road, n 1880 
Waggon and Horses Hotel, Great Bridge, n 1893 


27 Nov. 1815 


668 


435 


347 




Lodge of Archlmides. 


Gera (Reuss, Upper Saxony), Germany 1806 

Constituted by L. Archimides of the Three Tracing Boards, 
Altenburg, 26 October 1804. Re-warranted by English Prov. G.L. 
of Hamburg, 30 April 1806. Did not appear on our Register until 
1815. When the G.L. of Hamburg declared itself independent 
Archimides did not join it, but has continued to the present time as an 
Independent Lodge, one of the five in Germany, 

Erased in 1832. 


30 Oet. 1806 


669 






348 


St. John's Lodge. 


Swan Inn, Church Street, Chowbcnt, near Leigh, 

Lancashire 181 5 
King's Head Inn, Market Place, Chowbent 1818 
Star and Garter, The Square, Tyldesloy, Lancashire 1825 
Boar's Head Inn, Elliott Street, Tyldesley 1831 
Bowling Green, Market Street, Halshaw Moor 

[now Farnworth], Lancashire 1833 
Corn Mill Inn [unknown], BoltOn, Lancashire 1834 
Three Tuns Inn, Moor Lane, Bolton 1836 
Commercial Inn, Town Hall Square, n 1838 
Bull's Head Inn, Bradshawgate, n 1839 
Lord CoUingwood, Deansgate, n 1841 
Three Tuns Inn, Moor Lane, m 1842 
Rising Sun Inn, Church Bank, n 1873 
Bull's Head Inn, Bradshawgate, 11 1874 
Masonic Hall, Silverwell Street, 11 1887 


8 Dee. 1815 


670 


436 


348 



247 



1 894 


Name of Lodge. 


Places of Meeting. 


Date of Warrant 
or Constitution. 


1814 


1832 


1863 




Lodge of the Three Arrows. 


Nurnberg (Bavaria), Germany 1815 

See former reference to this Lodge, page 223. 

Re-placed on the Koll in 1815, but not in List until i8t8. Being 
one of the Lodges that formed the Independent G.L. of Frankfort, in 
1822, it should have been then erased, but was kept on the List until 
183T. 

Is still working under the G.L. of Eclectic Union, Frankfort. 


1815 


671 


•• 


•• 
















Royal Sussex Lodge. 


King's Arms, Market Place, NewbuPy, Berkshire 1815 
Globe Inn, Bridge Street, Newbury 1819 
Last Return 1818. Erased <, March 1828. 


19 Nov. 1815 

(Dispensation). 


672 






349 


Lodge of St. John and 
St. Paul. 


Hope Tavern, Strada Mezzodi, Valetta, Malta 1815 

Masonic Hall, 86 Strada Mercante, n n 1818 

n 43 Strada Zaccaria, n n 1849 

M loStradaMaggazini, Floriana,Tr n 1852 

Private House, Piazza Regina, n n 1852 

Masonic Plall, 43 Strada Zaccaria, h m 1859 

M 27 Strada Stretta, u 1, 1870 


27 Nov. 1815 

Cons. IS April 1815. 

[Warrant arrived 
5 April 1819]. 


673 


437 


349 




Lord Dundas's Lodge. 


North York Militia 1815 

" For want of Members, considered dormant." 
Erased in 1843. 


22 July 1815 


674 


438 


•• 


350 


Lodge of Charity. 


Admiral Nelson, Rlnglsy Bridge, Lancashire 1816 
Railway Inn, StOneclOUgh, n 1847 
Grapes Hotel, Stoneclough 1862 
Church Hotel, Church Road, Kearsley, Lancashire 1889 
Railway Hotel, Egerton Road, Moses (iate, 

Farnworth (near Bolton), n 1891 


17 June 1816 

(Dispensation). 

Cons. 23 May r8i6. 


675 


439 


350 




Lodge of Faith and Loyalty. 


Port Louis, Mauritius, East Coast of Africa 1816 
Erased \ December tZ-^o. 


1816 


676 


•■ 






Minden Lodge. 

Named in 1820. 


Fifty-first Regiment of Foot 1816 

Erased ( Warrant returned) in 1843. 


15 July 1816 


677 


440 


•■ 




Lodge of True Friendship. 


St Michael's Mount Inn, Crowan, Cornwall i%ie, 
House of Bro. Pool, Crowan 1816 
Last Records 28 Bee. 1819. Erased 5 Ma7'ch 1828. 


23 July 1816 

(Dispensation by G.M.) 
Cons. 19 May 1815. 


678 


•• 


•• 




Welland Lodge. 


Talbot Inn, Bridge Street, Spalding, Lincolnshire 1816 
Erased 5 September 1838. 


August 1816 

(Dispensation). 


679 


441 






Faithful Lodge. 


Black Horse Hotel, Mill Street, Kidderminster, 

Worcestershire 18 16 

Wheatsheaf Inn, Worcester Street, Kidderminster 1819 

Freemasons' Tavern, Bromsgrove Street, if 1824 

Talbot Hotel, Worcester Street, „ 1824 

Erased in 1844. 


20 Oct. 1816 


680 


442 






Waterloo Lodge. 


Thirty-third Regiment of Foot 1816 

Erased -^ June 1829. 


23 Nov. 1816 

(Dispensation). 


681 




•■ 



[ 248 ] 



i894 


Name of Lodge. 


Places of Meeting. 


Date of Warrant 
or Constitution. 


1814 


1832 


1863 




Holy Temple Lodge. 


Globe Inn, Main Street, LoilgtOWn, Citmberland 1816 

Erased s March 1828. 


25 Nov. 1816 

(Dispensation). 


682 




■• 




St. Michael's Lodge. 


Iloward's Arms Hotel, Front Street, Brampton, 

Cumberland 1816 
Erased 5 September 1838. 


25 Nov. 1816 

(Dispensation). 


683 


443 






Loge zur Aufgehenden 
Morgenrothe. 

" Of the Nascent Dawn." 


Frank fOFt-On-the-Main [Free City], Germany 1817 

Originally constituted by G.O. of France, 17 August 1807. Admitted 
Jews. After French left was unrecognised by other Lodges, and 
formally applied to England for Constitution. The Constitution of 
this Lodge in Frankfort's territory was the chief cause of our Prov. 
G.L. there declaring itself Independent in 1822. Joined the Eclectic 
Union G.L., ID January 1S73, the Jewish question having been 
settled. The last Lodge in Germany to own English jurisdiction. 

Erased in 1873. 


30 April 1817 


684 


444 


351 




Lodge Oriental Star. 
7th Lodge of Bengal. 


Noacally (Tipperah), ^ Bengal, India 1814 

Not in List until 1817. 
Warrant returned to Prov. G.L. 21 June 1821, the Lodge having 
ceased to work. Was not erased until 1828. 


21 April 1814 


685 


•■ 


•• 




Phoenix Lodge. 
No. 19 Ppovincial. 


Port Royal (Kingston, Surrey), Jamaica, West Indies 1816 
Erased in 1832. 


1817 

At work in t8i6. 


686 


•• 






Lodge of Constantia. 


[Gibraltar (Malaga), spain-\ 1817 

No place mentioned in any List, but is put under " Gibraltar " in 
G.L. Address Book, 1820-24. 

Erased in 1832. 

Ninetieth Regiment of Foot 1817 

Erased in 1824. 


1817 
7 July 1817 

(Dispensation). 


687 
688 








Orthes Lodge, 

Named in 1820, 


Sixth Regiment of Foot 1817 

Known as the 6th Royal First Warwickshire Regiment from 1S32. 
Made no retitr?ts after 1869. Erased in iSgo. 


7 July 1817 

("Dispensation). 

Warrants of Confirma- 
tion, 12 Dec. 1837, and 

1B62. 


689 


445 


352 


353 


Royal Sussex Lodge. 


Mitre Inn, The Cross, Repton, Derbyshire 1817 
Masonic Tavern, Boot Inn, Brook End, Repton 1831 
Swan Hotel, Bridge End, Winshill, Derbyshire 1869 
Masonic Hall, Union Street, BuFton-upon-Trent, 

Staffordshire 1886 
Masonic Hall, The Institute, Mount Street, WinshiU 1888 


8 Sept. 1817 

Cons. 24 Sept. 1817. 


690 


446 


353 


354 


Sussex Lodge. 

No. 25 Provincial. 


Sussex Hall, Harbour Street, Kingston (Kingston, 

Surrey), Jamaica, West Indies 1816 

Glenlyon Lodge Rooms, King Street, Kingston 1846 

Sussex Hall, Harbour Street, w 1850 

11 Port Royal Street, „ 1875 

cr Hanover Street, n 1877 


1 July 1816 

Warrants of Confirma- 
tion, 22 October 1831, 
and 17 September 1875. 


691 


447 


354 




Clare Lodge. 


Spanish Town (St. Catherine's, Middlesex), 

Jamaica, West Indies 1816 
Ceased to meet in 1822. Erased in 1832. 


1816 


692 


■• 


•• 




Athol Lodge. 
No. 7 Provincial. 


Lueea (Hanover, Cornwall), Jamaica, West Indies 1816 
Erased ^ lune 1862. 


1816 

Prov. Warrant, 
1 October 1820. 

Warrant of Confirmation 
31 May 1828. 


693 


448 


■• 



[ 249 ] 



i894 



Name of Lobge. 



355 



Seville Lodge. 

Civil Lodge on Local Register. 

No. 10 Provincial. 

Duke of York Lodge. 
No. 12 Provincial. 



Concord Lodge. 
No. 13 Provincial. 



Cornwall Lodge. 
No. 23 Provincial. 



Union Lodge. 



Lege la Reunion des Coeurs. 



Loge Parfaite Sineerite des 
Coeurs Reunis. 



Lodge of Harmony and 
Friendship. 



Lodge of Emulation. 

Royal Sussex Lodge of 
Emulation, 1819. 



Lodge of Mercy and Truth. 



Albuera Lodge. 



Places of Meeting. 



St. Ann's Bay (St. Ann's, Middlesex), Jamaiea, 

West Indies iSl6 
Erased i^ June 1862. 



Falmouth (Trelawney, Cornwall), Jamaica, Westlndies 1816 
Krased in 1832. 



Spanish Town (St. Catherine's, Middlesex), Jamaica, 

West Indies 1816 
Erased in 1832, but reinstated in List 0/1835 ^^ 449 ■^• 
Finally erased 4 June 1862. 



Montego Bay (St. James's, Cornwall), Jamaica, 

West Indies iSlJ 
Erased ^June 1862. 

Note. — Nos. 692 to 697 were reported to G.L., 15 October 1816. 



Trinity (Conception), Newfoundland, North America 1S17 
Erased in 1S59. 



Date of Warrant 
or Constitution. 



1816 



1816 



1816 



20 Jan. 1815 

Prov. Warrant. 

Warrant of Confirmation 
1824. 



21 Sept. 1817 



Jeremle, Island of Haytl, 

Erased in 1824. 



Jaemel, island of Hayti, 

Erased in 18 



West Indies 181 7 



West Indies 1817 



1814 



694 



695 



1832 



449 



1863 



696 



449 

B 



697 



450 



The Chequers [Main Street], Maresfleld, Sussex 1818 

Freemasons' Hall, n Maresfield 1820 

Private Room, Uckfield, Sussex 1823 

Original Freemasons' Hall, High Street, LeWCS, 11 1827 
Erased 3 December 1851. 



Goddard Arms Hotel, High Street, Swlndon, Wiltshire 1818 
Masonic Hall, Victoria Street, Swindon 1875 



Rose and Crownlnn.HighSt., Evesham, Worcestershire 1818 
Crown Inn, High Street, Evesham 1819 

Cross Keys, u n 1824 

Ship Inn, ir PePShOPC, Worcestershire 1826 

Cross Keys, n Evesham 1826 

Ship Inn, n Pepshope 1827 

Coach and Horses Inn, Bridge Street, n 1827 

Cross Keys, High Street, Evesham 1827 

Ceased 9 November 183T. Erased in 1833. 



1817 



1817 



20 April 1818 

Disp. by G.M. 



698 



699 



700 



701 



461 



452 



28 April 1818 

Cons. II May 1818. 

Warrant of Confirmation 

10 February 1894. 



13 May 1818 

Disp. by G.M. 



702 



703 



453 



454 



355 



Fifty-seventh Regiment 



Erased in 1824. 



32 



13 May 1818 



704 



250 



i894 



Name of Lodge. 



Lodge of Harmony. 



Lodge of Hope. 



Wellington Lodge. 



356 



Harmonie Lodge. 

Jubilee Medal. 



Lodge of Virtue and Honour. 



Lodge of Benevolence. 



357 



358 



Apollo Lodge. 

Apollo University Lodge. 

1820. 



Loyalty Lodge. 



359 



Lodge of Peace & Harmony. 

" Dormant for many years," prior to 
removal to Slairley. 



Places of Meeting. 



George Inn, King Street, Knutsford, Cheshire 1818 

Duke of Wellington, King Street, Knutsford 1819 

Golden Lion, Market Place, n 1831 

Lord Eldon, Tatton Street, u 1833 

Last Meeting 15 October 1839. Erased 3 December 1851. 



Berne (Berne), Swilzcrlaiid 1 

Constituted by G.O. of France, 14 Sept, 1803. Re-warranted by 
England in 1818, and made a Provincial G. Lodge until 22 April 1822, 
when it res\imed work as a private Lodge under the National G. 
Lodge. It should have then been removed from our Register, but 
was not erased ujitil 1846. 

Now on Reg. of G.L. " Alpina." established 1844. 



Beaufort Arms, Beaufort Square, ChepstOW, 

Monmouthshire 1818 
Bell Inn, Chepstow 1820 

Erased in 1837. Warrant surrendered for want 0/ Members. 



Island of St. Thomas, Virgin Islands, West indies i8i8 

Masonic Hall, Island of St. Thomas 1862 

Masonic Temple, n 1873 

No. 10 Wimmel Skafts Gade, n 1874 

No. 9 11 „ 1882 



George Inn, Axminster, Devonshire 1818 

Erased i December 1830. 



Private Room, Sherborne, Dorsetshire 1818 

Grand Jury Room, Town Hall, Half Moon St., Sherborne 1845 
" Not 7net since 1851. " Erased 7 September 1859. 



Star Hotel, Corn Market, Q'S.^OVdi,' Oxfordshire 1819 

Angel Inn, High Street, Oxford 1829 

Maidenhead Inn, Turl Street, n 1832 

Masonic Hall, Alfred Street, ,1 1833 

University Masonic Hall, Frewin Court, n 1865 



Masonic Hall, Lodge Point, Ireland Island, 

Bermudas, West indies 1817 

Met under Dispensation from Prov. G.L. of Bermuda, 6 May 1817. 
Warrant received from England, 2 July 1820. 

Masonic Hall, North side of Island, Ireland Island 1857 

Prince Alfred Lodge Room, Mangrove Bay, 

Somerset Island 1862 
Masonic Hall, North side of Ireland Island 1863 

New Masonic Hall (on same site), n 1876 



White Swan, Market Place, 
White Hart, „ 

Star Inn, Cherville Street, 
White Horse Inn, Market Place, 
Crown Inn, High Street, 



Romsey, Hampshire 1819 

Romsey 1821 

II 1829 

II 1841 

Shirley, Hampshire 1855 



Freemasons' Hall, Bugle Street, Southampton, 11 1859 
II Albion Place, Southampton 



Date of Warrant 
or Constitution. 



16 June 1818 

Disp. by G.M. 



26 July 1818 



30 Oct. 1818 



1818 

Jubilee Warrant, 
29 Aug. 1868. 



19 Oct. 1818 



30 Nov. 1818 



28 Dee. 1818 

Cons. 19 Feb. i8ig. 



1819 

Warrant of Confirmation, 
16 August 1829. 



6 Oct. 1819 



1814 



1832 



1863 



705 



455 



706 



456 



707 



708 



457 



458 



356 



709 



710 



459 



711 



460 



357 



712 



461 



358 



713 



462 



359 



251 



J 894 



360 



Name of Lodge. 



361 



362 



363 



Pomfret Lodge. 



Ordnance Lodge. 



Loge les Amis en Captivite. 



Lodge of Providence. 



Lodge of Industry. 



Doric Lodge. 



Royal Sussex Lodge, 



Freetown Lodge of Good Intent. 



Keystone Lodge. 



British Constitutional Lodge. 



Lodge of Fortitude and 
Perseverance. 



Lodge of Sympathy. 



Places of Meeting. 



Fountain Inn, Silver Street, Northampton, 

Northamptonshire 1819 
Peacock Inn, Market Square, Northampton 1822 



Saracen's Head Inn, Abingdon Street, 
Green Dragon Inn, Bearward Street, 
Ram Hotel, Sheep Street, 
George Hotel, George Row, 
Masonic Hall, Abingdon Street, 
II Princes Street, 



In Garrison, Gibraltar (Malaga), 

Warrant surrendered in 1826. 



1826 
1829 
183I 
1840 
1875 
1890 



Spain 1819 



Date of Warrant 
or Constitution. 



16 Oct. 1819 



Malta 



Erased in 1823. 



1819 



Black Dog Inn, West Street, Havant, Hampshire 1819 

Bear Inn, East Street, Havant 1825 

Black Dog Inn, West Street, n 1827 

Erased { Warrant returned) in 1834. 



Hare and Hounds, Stockport Road, Gee CrOSS, Cheshire 1819 
Grapes Inn, Stockport Road, Gee Cross 1822 

Norfolk Arms Hotel, Market Place, Hyde, Cheshire 1842 



Angel Inn, High Street, Grantham, Lincolnshire 1820 

Granby Inn, Market Place, Grantham 1820 

Private Room, Quay Street, 1, 1837 

11 High Street, St. Peter's Hill, n 1841 



Steyne Hotel, Marine Parade, Worthing, Sussex 1820 

Private Room, Marine Place, Worthing 1827 

Erased 5 SepteTtiher 1838. 



Freetown, Sierra Leone, West Coast of Africa 1820 

Erased ^ June i86z. 



New Hall Inn, 
Dake of Wellington, 
Bay Horse Inn, 
New Inn, 
Red Lion, 



Samlesbury, Lancashire 1820 

Walton-le-dale, n 1825 

Faeit, " 1852 

Whitworth, n 1858 

Whitworth 1883 



Bay of Honduras (Honduras), 

Erased \ June 1862, 



Central America 1820 



Eightieth Regiment of Foot 1813 

At Cannanore (Malabar), Madras, India 1813 

11 Quilon (Travancore), Madras 1817 

In the Eightieth Regiment of Foot, 1820 

Last Return, 1828. Erased (^Warrant returned) 21 N071. 1837. 



Star Inn, Market Street, WottOn-Under-EdgO, 

Gloucestershire 1821 
Last Return, 1824. Erased in 1832. 



6 Oet. 1819 



6 Oet. 1819 



13 Dec. 1819 

Cons. I March i8ig. 



29 Feb. 1820 

Cons. 13 May i8ig. 



22 Jan. 1820 

Cons. Sept. 1820. 

Warrant of Confirmation, 
10 Dec. 1890. 



30 March 1820 



28 April 1820 



29 May 1820 



19 June 1820 



27 Dec. 1813 

Local Warrant. 

20 June 1820 

G.L Warrant. 



21 March 1821 



1814 



714 



715 



716 



717 



718 



719 



720 



721 



722 



723 



724 



725 



1832 



463 



464 



465 



466 



467 



468 



469 



470 



471 



252 



i894 



Name of Lodge. 



364 



Cambrian Lodge. 

Dormant 1833-1843. 



366 



Good Hope Lodge. 
Hope Lodge, 1830. 



St. David's Lodge. 



Lodge of Unanimity. 



Royal Sussex Lodge. 



St. George's Lodge of 
Unanimity and Fidelity. 



St. George's Lodge. 



367 



Lodge of 
Probity and Freedom. 



Lodge Soerates zur 
Standhaftiglseit. 

i.e. " Socrates of Constancy." 



Places of Meeting. 



White Hart, Duck Street, 
Eagle Inn, Wind Street, 
Castle Inn, The Parade, 
New Rooms at Castle Hotel, 
Masonic Hall, Queen Street, 



Neath, Glamorganshire 1821 

Neath 1826 

11 1832 



Cape Town (Cape), Cape Colony, 

Erased ii January 1878 



South Africa 1821 



Milford and Waterford Coffee House, Hakin, Milford, 

Pembrokeshire 1820 

Lord Nelson Hotel, Hamilton Terrace, Milford 1824 

Masonic Hall, n 11 1883 



King's Head, High Street, Rochester, Ke)ii 1821 

Sun Tavern, High Street, Chatham, n 1824 

United with ^^ Royal Kent Lod^e of Antiquity " No. 20 [i\^<?. 13, 
0/ iZ MarcJt 1723], Septevtber 1828. 



Kingstown, Island of St. Vincent, 

Erased in 1845. 



West Indies 1821 



Red Lion, College Street, Petersfleld, Hampshire 1821 

Last Return, 1827. Erased s September -l^^B. 



St. George's [George Town], island of Grenada, 

West Indies 1 82 1 
Erased {Warrant returned) August 1839. 



Lodge Rooms, Threadneedle St., Burnley, Lancashire 1821 

Parker's Arms, Church Street, Burnley 1826 

Sun Inn, Bridge Street, n 1834 

Starkie's Arms Inn, Church St., Padlham, Lancashire 1842 

Bull Inn, Manchester Road, BurnlCy 1847 

Freemasons' Arms, St. James's Street, n 1851 

Bull's Head Inn, Smallbridge, Lancashire 1853 

Red Lion Inn, Smallbridge 1877 

Egerton Club, .1 1884 

Wellington Hotel, Drake Street, Rochdale, Lancashire 1887 

Trafalgar Hotel, Ramsay Street, Rochdale 1889 

Masonic Hall, Yorkshire Street, u 1890 



Frankfort-On-the-Main [Free City], Germany 181 1 

Not in List until 1821, 

Warranted by G.L. Royal York of Berlin, 4 Dec. 1801. 

Joined Englisli Prov. G.L. of Frankfort, 12 May i8ii. 

Frankfort declared itself independent m 1822, and Lodge was then 
erased front English Register. 

Now on Reg. of G.L. of Eclectic Union, Frankfort. 



Date of Warrant 
or Constitution. 



31 Jan. 1821 



726 



1832 



472 



1863 



364 



26 Feb. 1821 



727 



473 



365 



31 Jan. 1821 

Cons. 16 Nov. 1820, 



31 Jan. 1821 



728 



474 



366 



729 



28 Feb. 1821 



23 July 1821 



730 



731 



475 



476 



7 March 1821 



29 Sept. 1821 



732 



733 



477 



478 



367 



12 May 1811 



734 



253 



1 894 



Name of Lodge. 



Lodge Joseph zup Einig-keit. 

i.e. "Joseph of Union.'' 



Lodge of the Brilliant Star. 



Lodge George of the Three 
Columns. 



Lodge Augusta of the Golden 
Compass, 



Lodge of the Cedar. 



Lodge St. Albany of the 
True Fire. 



Lodge Selena of the 
Three Towers. 



Places of Meeting. 



Nurnberg" (Bavaria), Germa7iyl%il 

Not in List until 1821. 

Constituted by Lodge Union of Frankfort, 12 May 1761. 

Joined the Strict Observance, 13 Oct. 1765, but closed 6 Feb. 1769. 
Re-opened 6 July 1774, but in 1809 declared itself independent of all 
G. Lodges. Joined English Prov. G'.L. of Frankfort in i8ir. 

Lapsed with it in i^ii, but was not erased from Lists until 1832. 

Still works under the G.L. of Frankfort. 



Celle (Hanover), 



Not in List until 1821, 



Germany 1 8 1 T 



Warranted by G.L. of Hamburg, 24 April 1811. In 1814 joined the 
Prov. G.L. of Hanover, and the Nat. G.L. of Hanover in 1827. 

Left our jurisdiction in 1827, and was erased fro7n English 
Register in that year. 

Now, and since 186S, working under G.L. Royal York, Berlin. 



Einbeek (Hanover), Germany 1813 

Not in List until 1821. 

Warranted 28 Aug. 1797, by English Prov. G.L. of Hanover. Left 
our jurisdiction in 1808, having joined the G.O. of Westphalia. 
Returned to Prov.G.L. of Hanover in 1813, and joined new Nat. G.L. 
of Hanover in 1B27, 

Erased froTu List in \%-2-j. 

Now, and since 1868, working under G-L. Royal York, Berlin. 



Germany 1814 



Gottingen (Hanover), 

Not in List until 1821. 

Constituted by G.O. of Westphalia, 24 June 1810. Joined Prov. 
G.L. of Hanover in 1814, and left with it in 1827. 

Erased 171 1827. 

Joined G.L. Royal York, BerKn, 8 June 1868. 



City of Hanover (Hanover), Germany 1810 

Not in List until 1821. 

Warranted by National G-L. of Germany, 20 Sept. 1777. Joined 
Eng. Prov. G.L. of Hanover, 24 June iSio, and left with it in 1827. 
Erased in 1827. 

Joined Nat. G.L. of Germany 27 October 1867, under which it is 
still working. 



Hoya (Hanover), Germany 1801 

Not in List until 1821. 

Warranted by Eclectic Union of Frankfort, 27 March 1786. 

Joined Prov. G.L. of Hanover in iSoi, and expired soon afterwards. 

Erased in 1B27. 



Luneberg (Hanover), Germany 1809 

Not in List until 1821. 
Warranted by Prov. G.L. of Hanover, 27 December 1809. ^ Joined 
Nat. G.L. of Germany, 23_ July 1812, returned to its allegiance 24 
June 1816, and left our jurisdiction in 1828, joining the Nat. G.L. of 
Hanover. 

Was erased frotn List in 1827. 

Now, and since 1868, working under G.L. Royal York, Berlin. 



Date of Warrant 
or Constitution. 



1814 



1832 



1863 



11 April 1811 



735 



24 AppU 1811 



736 



1813 



737 



1814 



738 



24 June 1810 



739 



1801 



740 



27 Dec. 1809 



741 



254 



1 894 



Name of Lodge. 



Lodire Pythagoras of the 
Three Streams. 



Lodge George of the 
Silver Unicorn. 



Lodge of the Temple of Harmony. 



S68 



Samaritan Lodge. 



369 



Benevolent Lodge. 



Lime Rock Lodge. 

Limestone Rock Lodge, 1829. 

Lime Roek Lodge, 1830. 

•Limestone Roek Lodge, 

1876. 



Calpean Lodge. 

Named in 1824. 



St. Alban's Lodge. 



Lodge Union Lanzarotina. 



Lodge of True Friendship. 



Places of Meeting. 



Munden (Hanover), Germany 1799 

Not in List until 1821. 

Warranted by Prov. G.L. of Hanover, 20 June 1799. Joined G.O. 
of Westphalia in 1810, returned to Hanover in 1816, and left our 
jurisdiction in 1828, joining the Nat. G.L. of Hanover. 

Was erasedyrotn List in 1827. 

Now, and since r868, working under G.L. Royal York, Berlin. 



Nienberg (Hanover), Germany 1815 

Not in List until 1821. 

Warranted by Prov. G.L. of Hanover, 24 June 1815. Left our 
jurisdiction in 1828, joining the Nat. G.L. of Hanover. 

Erased/roTn List in 1827. 

Now, and since 1868, working under G.L. Royal York, Berlin. 



OsteFFOde (Hanover), 

Not in List until 1821. 
Warranted by Nat. G.L. of Germanj-, lo July 1792. Subsequently 
joined G.O. of Westphalia, and the English Prov. G.L. of Hanover 
in 1814. Left with it in 1828, and became dormant about i860. 

JLrased in 1827. 
Revived on 8 May 1876, by G.L. Royal York, Berlin. 



Germany 1 8 14 



Still working. 



George Inn, High Street, 
Wheatsheaf Inn, High Town, 
George Hotel, High Street, 
Old Hall, „ 



Sandbaeh, Cheshire 1 82 1 

Sandbach 1857 

ft 1870 

11 1886 



Kaira (Guzerat), Bombay, India 1822 

Erased \ June 1862. 



White Horse Inn, Church Street, Clithcroe, Lancashire 1823 

Brownlovif Arms Inn, Market Place, Clitheroe 1830 

Swan Hotel, Castle Street, „ 1865 

Masonic Hall, Church Street, „ 1877 

Swan and Royal Hotel, Castle Street, 1, 1881 



Gibraltar (Malaga), 



Erased ^ June 1862. 



Spain 1822 



Bay Horse Inn, Cross Parish, Leeds, Yorkshire 1822 

White Swan Inn, ,1 Leeds 1824 

All the founders were Operative Masons. 
Erased in 1833. Warrant returned 27 March 1834. 



Lanzarote, Canary Isles, West Coast of Africa 1822 

Erased 4 June 1862. 



White Bear, London Road, HoUUSlOW, Middlesex 1822 

Erased {IVarrant returned) 11 February 1833. 



Date of Warrant 
or Constitution. 



20 June 1799 



1814 



1832 



1863 



742 



24 June 1815 



1814 



28 Oct. 1821 

Cons. IS Aug. 1821. 



23 March 1822 



9 Nov. 1822 

Cons. 23 Feb. 1823. 



743 



744 



9 Nov. 1822 



8 Aug. 1822 

Cons. 7 Oct. 1822. 



1822 



29 Dec. 1822 751 



745 479 



368 



746 



747 



480 



481 



369 



748 



749 



482 



483 



760 



484 



485 



255 



Name of Lodge. 



Places of Meeting. 



Date of Warrant 
or Constitution. 



1814 



1832 



1863 



Lodge of Harmony. 
St. George Lodge, 1824. 



St. Andrew's Lodge. 
No. 1 Athol Provinciah 



St. John's Lodge of Friendship. 
No. 2 Athol Provincial. 
Dalhousie Lodge, 1822. 



Sussex Lodge. 
No. 3 Athol Provincial. 



Lodge of Philanthropy. 
No. 4 Athol Provincial. 
Niagara Lodge, 1822. 



St. John's Lodge. 
No. 6 Athol Provincial. 



No. 7 Athol Provincial. 



Addington Lodge. 
No. 13 Athol Provincial. 



Union Lodge. 
No. 15 Athol Provincial. 



St. John's Royal Arch Lodge. 
No. lip Athol Provincial. 



Eighth Regiment of Hussars 

Erased in 1832. 



1822 



Swan Inn, Windsor Street, Chertsey, Sumy 1823 

Crown Hotel, London Street, Chertsey 1854 

Masonic Hall, St. Ann's Hill Road, „ 1885 



York [now Toronto] (York), C/p-^er Canada, Ontario 1792 

Masonic Hall, tJhurch Street, Toronto 1834 

Dorset House, Wellington Street, n 1837 

Their Lodge Room, St. Laurence Hall, n 1856 

Erased iti 1857. 
Now No. 16 on Reg. of G.L. of Canada in Ontario. 



Queenston (Newark, Lincoln), Upper Canada, Ontario 1792 
Niagara (Lincoln), II II 1822 

Erased 4 June 1S62. 
Now No. 2 on Reg. of G.L. of Canada in Ontario. 



Broekville(LeedsandGrenville), Upper Canada, Ontario 1795 
Erased in 1863. 
Did not work from 5 Dec. 1827 to g Oct. 1852. 
Now No. 5 on Reg. of G.L. of Canada in Ontario. 



Freemasons' Hall, Niagara (Lincoln), Upper Canada, 

Ontario 1795 
Lapsed about i^-^o. Erased in 186^. 



Kingston (Frontenac), Upper Canada, Ontario 1795 

Erased in 1857. 
Now No. 3 on Reg. of G.L. of Canada in Ontario. 



Frederieksburgh [East of Napanee] (Lennox), 

Upper Canada, Ontario 1 796 
Ceased ivork about 1830. Erased i[ June 1862. 



Bath (Bay of Qiiinte, Lennox), Upper Canada, Ontario 1796 
ErnestOWn (Addington), I, ,1 1822 

Erased ^ June 1862. 



Forty-mile Creek, Grimsby (Lincoln), Upper Canada, 

Ontario 1796 
Erased in 1863. 

Now No. 7 on Reg. of G.L. of Canada in Ontario. 



Barrett's Hotel, King Street, York (York) [now 

Toronto], Upper Canada, Ontario 1 800 

Barrett's Hotel, Thornhill, York, now Toronto 18 12 

Bro. George Bond's House, Young St., h n 1816 

Barrett's Hotel, King Street, „ „ i8i8 

Masonic Hall, Market Lane, m n 1820 
Ceased about 1827. Erased \ June 1862. 



10 Dee. 1822 



7 Feb. 1823 



1792 

Prov. Warrant. 

23 Sept. 1822 

G.L. Warrant- 



1792 

Prov. Warrant. 

23 Sept. 1822 

G.L. Warrant. 



20 Nov. 1795 

Prov. Warrant. 

23 Sept. 1822 

G.L. Warrant. 



20 Nov. 1795 

Prov. Warrant. 

23 Sept. 1822 

G.L. Warrant. 

20 Nov. 1795 

Prov. Warrant. 

23 Sept. 1822 

G.L. Warrant. 



1796 

Prov. Warrant. 

23 Sept. 1822 

G.L. Warrant. 

1796 

Prov. Warrant. 

23 Sept. 1822' 

G.L. Warrant. 







1796 


Prov. 


Warrant. 


23 Sept. 


1822 


G.L. 


Warrant. 






1796 


Prov 


Warrant. 


23 Sept. 


1822 


G.L. 


Warrant. 



752 



753 



754 



486 



487 



370 



755 



488 



756 



489 



757 



758 



490 



491 



759 



760 



492 



493 



761 



494 



762 



495 



[ 256 ] 



Name of Lodge. 



Belleville Lodge. 

No. 17 Athol Provincial. 

also known as Thurlov? Lodge 
and Moira Lodge. 



St. John's Lodge. 
No. 19 Athol Provincial. 



King Hiram's Lodge. 



Union Lodge. 



St. John's Lodge, 1851. 
Norfolk Lodge, 1854. 



St. George's Lodge. 



United Lodge. 



Union Lodge. 
No. 24 Athol Provincial. 



Western Light Lodge. 



Western Light Lodge. 



Prince Edward's Lodge. 



Places of Meeting. 



Belleville (Thurlow, Hastings), Upper Canada, Ontario 1796 
Erased in 1857. 
Now No. II on Reg. of G.L. of Canada in Ontario. 



Stile's Hotel, close to the Old Court House, AmhePSt 
[adjoining Cobourg] (Haldimand, Northumberland), 

Upper Canada, Ontario 1796 
Erased in 1857. 
Now No. 17 on Reg. of G.L. of Canada in Ontario. 



Oxford (Essex), Upper Canada, Ontario 1822 

Erased ^ /tine 1862. 



Richmond Mills (Carleton), upper Canada, Ontario 1822 
Erased in 1857, 



TOWnsend (Norfolk), Upper Canada, Ontario 1812 

Simeoe (Norfolk), Canada West, Ontario 1S51 

Erased in 1857. 
Now No. 10 on Reg. of G.L. of Canada in Ontario. 



St. Catherines (Lincoln), upper Canada, Ontario 1822 

Ceased ivork abaitt 1830. Erased 4 June 1862. 
Now No. 15 on Reg. of G.L. of Canada in Ontario. 



CaPPying' Place (Murray, Northumberland), 

Upper Canada, Ontario 1822 
Erased in 1857. 



AneasteP (Wentworth), Upper Canada, Ontario 1810 

Barton " " .1 1825 

Lapsed before 1830. Erased a, June 1862. 



Gainble's Hotel, Yonge Street, King (York), 

Upper Canada, Ontario 1822 
Lapsed. 



Bolton (Albion Township, Peel), Canada West, Ontario 1856 
Erased in 1857. 
Became No. 13 on Reg. of G.L. Canada in 1858, but is now extinct. 



HallOWell (Prince Edward), Upper Canada, Ontario 1822 

Picton M „ ■' [ ] 

Erased in 1857. 
Now No. 18 on Reg. of G.L. of Canada in Ontario. 



Date of Warrant 
or Constitution. 



1796 

Prov. Warrant. 

23 Sept. 1822 

G.L. Warrant. 



1796 

Prov. Warrant. 

23 Sept. 1822 

G.L. Warrant. 



23 Sept. 1822 



23 Sept. 1822 



24 June 1812 

Prov. Warrant. 

23 Sept. 1822 

G.L. Warrant. 

Warrant of Confirmation, 
14 November 1853. 



23 Sept. 1822 



23 Sept. 1822 



1810 

Prov. Warrant. 

23 Sept. 1822 

G.L. Warrant. 



23 Sept. 1822 



1856 



1814 



763 



1832 



496 



1863 



764 



497 



765 



766 



767 



498 



499 



500 



768 



501 



769 



770 



502 



503 



23 Sept. 1822 



771 

A 



771 

B 



4 

772 



504 



505 



[ 257 ] 



1 894 



Name of Lodge. 



Mount Moriah Lodge. 



371 



True Briton Lodge. 



Lodge of Perseveranee. 



372 



Lodge of Harmony. 



Lodge of Chosen Friends. 



Union Lodge. 



373 



Socrates Lodge. 



Union Lodge. 
No. 8 Athol Provincial. 



Prevost Lodge, 
No. 9 Athol Provineial, 



Places of Meeting. 



Westminster [now London] (Middlesex), 

Upper Canada, Ontario 1822 
Ceased about 1848. Mrased i, Jttne 1862. 
Now No. 14 on Reg. of G.L. of Canada in Ontario. 



Perth (Lanark), Upper Canada, Ontario 1822 

Erased in 1857. 



Ram's Head Inn, Chapel St., Whitehaven, Cumberland 1823 

King George IV. Inn, West Strand, Whitehaven 1825 

Crown and Anchor, West Strand, n 1825 

John Bull, Chapel Street, n 1827 

Senhouse Arms, Crosby Street, Maryport, Cumberland 1841 

Crown and Anchor, John Street, Maryport 1852 

School Room, ,1 n 185S 

The Athenseum, Catherine Street, n 1862 

Freemasons' Hall, Eaglesfield Street, n 1863 



Private Room, adjoining Feathers Hotel, Queen Street, 

Budleigh Salterton, Devonshire 1823 

RoUe Arms Hotel, High Street, Budleigh Salterton 1824 

Public Rooms, West Hill, „ 1S62 

Rolle Arms Hotel, High Street, )\ 1864 

Masonic Hall, West End, m 1892 



Roseau, island of Dominica, West indies 1823 

Erased 4 June 1862. 



Private Room (Bro. R. R. Cotton's), Tuesday Market 

Place, Lynn Regis, Norfolk 1823 

Erased \ Decenihcr 1830. 



George Hotel, High St., Huntingdon, Huntingdonshire 1823 
Town Hall, Market Hill, Huntingdon 1830 

Institute Hall, High Street, ti 1844 

George Hotel, ti h 1869 



Montreal (Montreal), Lower Canada, Quebec 1793 

Surrendered Warrant in 1826. Not erased until \ June ^%6^. 



FreligSburgh (St. Armand, Missisquoi), 

Lower Canada, Quebec 1812 
Erased 4 June 1862. 



Date of Warrant 
or Constitution. 



23 Sept. 1822 



23 Sept. 1822 



10 Feb. 1823 



I»I4 



1832 



1863 



773 



774 



775 



506 



507 



508 



371 



28 April 1823 

Cons. 18 April 1823. 



30 May 1823 



776 



509 



372 



777 



510 



27 Aug. 1823 



778 



3 Sept. 1823 



779 



511 



373 



Jan. 1793 

Prov. Warrant. 

29 March 1824 

G.L. Warrant. 



3 Feb. 1812 

Prov. Warrant. 

29 March 1824 

G.L. Warrant. 



780 



512 



781 



513 



258 



1 894 


Name of Lodge. 


Places of Meeting. 


Date of Warrant 
or Constitution. 


1814 

782 


1832 


1863 


374 


St. Paul's Lodge. 

No. 12 Athol Provincial. 


\_Plai:e uuknozvji\ Montreal, Lower Canada, Quebec 1797 
Masonic Hall, corner St. Paul and itonsecour St., Montreal 1824 
[Destroyed by fire, 24 April 1S33]. 


1 May 1797 

Frov. Warrant. 

29 March 1824 


514 


374 






Mack's Hotel, 304 Notre Dame Street, Montreal 1833 
Rasco's Hotel, St. Paul Street, n 1835 
Privat's Hotel, Notre Dame and St. Gabriel Streets, ,1 1836 
Henry Mussen's, Notre Dame Street, „ 1837 
Natural History Society Building, Little St. James 

Street, „ 1838 
Henry Mussen's, Notre Dame Street, n 1838 
Globe Inn, n n 1838 
Sword's Hotel, St. Vincent Street, n 1839 
Rasco's Hotel, St. Paul Street, ir 1841 
Tetu's Hotel, Great St. James and St. Peter Streets, n 1844 
Freemasons' Hall, Notre Dame Street and Dalhousie 

Square, « 1850 
[Destroyed by fire, 8 July 1852]. 


G.L. Warrant. 

Warrant of Confirmation, 
21 March 1846. 












Zetland Lodge Room, Murphy's Hotel, Notre Dame 

and Gosford Streets, it 1852 
St. Laurence Hall, Great St. James Street, n 1853 
Joseph's Buildings, 910 St. Catherine Street, m 1870 
Royal Albert Lodge Room, 6 Phillips' Square, u 1875 
Asylum of A. and A. Rite, 1052 St. Catherine Street,i, 1875 
Academy of Music, Victoria Street, m 1876 
Hall and Scott's Buildings, St. Catherine Street, n 1882 












Nelson Lodge. 
No. 14 Athol Provincial. 


Caldwell fflanOP (Montreal), Lowe?- Canada, Quebec 1802 
Clareneeville (Iberville), Canada East, ,, 1852 
Erased in 1863. 
Now No. 9 on Reg. of G.L. of Quebec. 


1802 

Prov. Warrant. 

29 March 1824 

G.L. Warrant. 


783 


515 






St. Andrew's Lodge. 
also called Murray Lodge. 
No. 17 Athol Provincial. 


St. Andrew's (Argenteuil), Lower Canada, Quebec 1813 
Mill Inn, ^ St. Andrew's 1844 
Erased in 1863. 
Became No. 12 on Reg. of G.L. of Quebec, but not now existing. 


1813 

Prov. Warrant. 

29 March 1824 

G.L. Warrant. 


784 


516 






Golden Rule Lodge. 


Stanstead (Stanstead), Lower Canada, Quebec 1814 


27 Dee. 1813 


785 


617 






No. 19 Athol Provincial. 

Did not meet 1826-1845. 


Erased 4 June 1862. 
Now No. 5 on Reg. of G.L. of Quebec. 


Prov. Warrant. 
Cons. 18 Jan. 1814. 

29 March 1824 

G.L. Warrant. 










Wellington Persevering Lodge. 
No. 20 Athol Provincial. 


Montreal (Montreal), Lotuer Canada, Quebec 1815 

Surrendered Warrant to Prov. G.L., 21 Sept. 1826, but was not 
erased until 4 June 1862. 


28 Dee. 1815 

Prov. Warrant. 

29 March 1824 

G.L. Warrant. 


786 


518 






Columbia Lodge. 
No. 25 Athol Provincial. 


Hull, Valley of R. Ottawa (Ottawa), Lower Canada, Quebec 1818 
Lapsed in 1826, hut not erased until 4 June 1862. 


4 June 1818 

Prov. Warrant. 

29 March 1824 

G.L. Warrant. 


787 


519 






Odell Lodge. 
No. 26 Athol Provincial. 


OdelltOWn (St. John's), Lower Canada, Quebec 1820 
Lapsed in I'i^-j. Erased ^ June tZ^^, 


27 Dee. 1820 

Prov. Warrant. 

29 March 1824 

G.L. Warrant. 


788 


520 




375 


Lambton Lodge. 

special Medal. 


Lambton Arms, Front Street, CheSter-le-Street, 

Durham 1824 


10 April 1824 

Cons. ID Sept. 1824. 


789 


521 


375 



259 



1 894 


Name of Lodge. 


Places of Meeting. 


Date of Warrant 
or Constitution. 


1814 


1832 


1S63 


376 


Lodge of 
Perfect Friendship. 


Union Inn, The Quay, Ipswich, Suffolk 
King's Head Inn, King Street, • Ipswich 
Bee Hive Inn, Butter Marliet, n 
Coach and 1-lorses, lirook Street, n 
Bee Hive Inn, Butter Marliet, n 
Great White Horse Hotel, Tavern Street, ii 
Assembly Rooms, Northgate Street, n 
Great White Horse Hotel, Tavern Street, ti 
Masonic Hall, Brook Street, ii 
Golden Lion Hotel, Cornhill, ir 
Freemasons' Hall, Soane Street, n 


1824 
1S26 
1829 
1847 
1849 
1851 
1856 
i8s7 
1870 
1878 
1879 


13 March 1824 


790 


522 


376 


377 


Lodge of Hope & Charity. 


Talbot Hotel, Worcester Street, Kidderminster, 
















Worcestershire 


1824 


13 March 1824 


791 


523 


377 






Rose and Crown Inn, Black Star Street, Kidderminster 


1824 


Cons. 26 Jan. 1824. 












Union Inn, Worcester Street, n 


1825 














Rose and Crown Inn, Black Star Street, 




1825 














Union Inn, Worcester Street, 




1826 














Talbot Hotel, ii 




1826 














Freemasons' Arms, Bromsgrove Street, 




1826 














Wheatsheaf Inn, Worcester Street, 




1831 














Union Inn, m 




1835 














Freemasons' Arms, Lion Street, 




1837 














Bishop Blaize Inn, Dudley Street, 




1837 














Bell Inn, Coventry Street, 




1840 














Black Horse Hotel, Mill Street, 




1843 














Pheasant Inn and Freemasons' Tavern, Mill Street, 




1847 














Black Horse Hotel, Mill Street, 




1848 














Masonic Hall, Athenfeum, High Street, 




1849 














Black Horse Hotel, Mill Street, 




1850 














Lion Hotel, High Street, 




1868 














Masonic Hall, Mill Street, 




1879 












Logia de la Concordia. 


Venezolana [Venezuela], Angostura or Bolivar, 
















South America 


1824 


1824 


792 


524 








Erased 4 June 1862. 












378 


Loyal Welsh Lodge. 


Private Room, Melville Town, Pembroke Doek, 
















Pembrokeshire 


1824 


1 Oct. 1824 


793 


625 


378 






Navy Tavern, Pembroke Street, Pembroke Dock 


1829 














Clarence Inn, n n 


1833 














Victoria Hotel, m h 


1835 














New Lodge Room at Victoria Hotel, n 


1857 














Masonic Hall, Meyrick Street, 11 


1869 












Richmond and Lennox Lodge. 


New Inn, North Street, Brighton, Sussex 
Erased in 1832. Never registered any Members. 


1824 


13 Oct. 1824 


794 


•• 


•■ 




United Lodge of Good 


Shakespear Inn, King Street, Lynn, Norfolk 


1824 


13 Oct. 1824 


795 


526 






Fellowship. 


Globe Inn, r, Lynn 
Ceased to meet in 1838. Erased 3 December 1851. 


1832 












Lodge of Order and Harmony. 


Harbour Grace (Conception), Newfoundland, 
















North America 


1824 


15 Nov. 1824 


796 


.. 


.. 






Ei-ased in 1832. No Members registered. 














Lodge of Harmony. 


St. George's [George Town], Island of Grenada, 
















West Indies 


182s 


24 Feb. 1825 


797 


527 




,'■ 




Erased in 1843 















26o 



Name of Lodge. 



379 



Lodge of Honour. 



380 



Lodge of IntegFity. 



St. Cuthbert's Lodge. 



Sussex Lodge. 
No. 22 Athol Provincial. 



Lodge of Hope. 



Fylde Union Lodge. 



381 



Lodge of 
HaFmony and Industry. 



Marcli and Darnley Lodge. 



Faith and Fidelity Lodge. 



Places of Meeting. 



York House, York Buildings, Bath, Somersetshire 1825 

White Lion H-otel, Iligli Street, Bath 1829 

Masonic Hall, Corridor, n 1834 

Masonic Rooms, 3 Westgate Buildings, m 1849 

Masonic Hall, Corridor, n 1853 

Masonic Rooms, 42 Milsom Street, 11 1856 

11 3 Westgate Buildings, n 1859 

Masonic Hall, Corridor, n 1862 

II Old Orchard Street, 11 1866 

Lodge Room, 4 Church Street, Abbey Green, it 1886 

Hetling House, Westgate Buildings, n 1SS6 

Masonic Hall, Old Orchard Street, „ 1887 



George Hotel, BrighoUSe, near Halifax, Yorkshire 1825 

Swan Inn, Brighouse 1S31 

Fountain Inn, Queen Street, MOFley, Yorkshire 1835 

Masonic Temple, Commercial Street, Morley 1870 



Blue Bell, Thorngate, BaFnard Castle, Durham 1S25 

Goliah's Head Inn, Horse Market, Barnard Castle 1835 

Previously under Scotch Wariant, 3 Feb. 1813, in connection with 
Durham Light Infantry. 

Erased 7 March 183S. 



Quebec, Lower Canada, Quebec 1816 

Surrendered Warrant to P.G.M. of Scotland in 1849, took a 
Dispensation dated 25 April 1849, f^nd Warrant as St. Andrew's 
Lodge, No. 356, on 10 March 1851. Joined G.L. of Quebec on its 
formation in 1869. 

Erased i, June 1862. 

Now No. 6 on the Reg. of G.L. of Quebec. 



POOna (Poona), 



Bombay, India 1825 



Formed by Civilian INIembers of Lodge Orion-in-the-West, 
subsequently No. 598. See page 268. 

Barrack Rooms, The Fort, Ahmednagap (Aurungabad), 

Bombay, India 183 1 
Erased ^ June 1862. 



FreekletOn, Lancashire 1825 

Black Horse, Preston Street, Kil'kham, m 1S35 

Fleetwood Arms Hotel, Dock St., Fleetwood, 11 1S45 
Erased i June 1853. 



Green way Arms Inn, Duckworth Street, Ovep DaFWen 

fnow DaFWen], Lancashire 1825 

New Inn, Duckworth Street, Darwen 1S69 

Smalley's Hotel (same building), ,, 1877 

Masonic Rooms, Shorey Bank, „ 1879 

Masonic Hall, Bank Buildings, Church Street, ,1 1S82 



King's Head Inn, The Carfax, HoFSham, Sussex 1825 

Erased in 1832. 



Dog, 



Oswaldtwistle, Lancashire 1825 
Erased in 1837. 



Date of Warrant 
or Constitution. 



23 Feb. 1825 

Cons. 14 Feb. 1825. 



26 Feb. 1825 



12 March 1825 



3 June 1816 

Prov. Warrant. 

23 March 1825 

G.L. Warrant. 



1 June 1825 



1814 



798 



799 



800 



801 



27 May 1825 



25 May 1825 



4 Sept. 1825 



6 Dee. 1825 



802 



803 



1832 



528 



1863 



379 



529 



380 



530 



531 



532 



533 



804 534 



805 



806 



381 



535 



26 1 



1894 



382 



Name of Lodge. 



Royal Union Lodge. 



Hercules Lodge. 



383 



Flintshire Lodge. 



Friendly Lodge. 

No. 28 Provincial. 



384, 



St. David's Lodge. 



385 



Mount Olive Lodge. 



386 



387 



Lodge of Unity. 



Airedale Lodge. 



Places of Meeting. 



King's Arms Inn, High Street, 
Bell Inn, 

Ram Inn, n 

White Horse Hotel, n 
King's Arms Inn, n 

Chequers' Hotel, n 

Belmont Hall, Belmont Road, 
Chequers' Hotel, High Street, 
Belmont Hall, Belmont Road, 
Chequers' Hotel, High Street, 



Uxbridge, Middlesex 1826 



Uxb 



idge 



832 
842 
1858 
1859 
1861 
1868 
1872 
1877 
1880 



Masonic Hall, St. George's Road West, 

Great Yarmouth, Norfolk 1826 

Erased 5 September 1838. 



Plas-Teg, 



Erased 5 September 1838. 



Mold, Flintshire 1 826 



Freemasons' Hall, corner of Church and King Streets, 

Montego Bay (St. James, Cornwall), Jamaica, 

West Indies 18 18 
Lodge Room, RiponviUe (St. James, Cornwall), [amaica 1874 
Lodge Room, Barnett Street, MontegO Bay 1879 

Freemasons' Hall, corner of Church and King Streets, 

Montego Ray 1880 



Waterloo Hotel, Waterloo St., Bangor, Carnarvonshire 1826 

Albion Hotel, High Street, Bangor 1834 

Private Room, 'p " 1854 

British Hotel, n 'i 1856 

Castle Hotel, n " 1859 

British Hotel, n " 1867 

St. Paul's Rooms, " 1868 

Railway Hotel, High Street, ■' 1873 

Albion Buildings, n " '874 

Masonic Hall, 11 " 1884 



George Town, Demerara, 



South America 1823 



Had a Warrant from Prov. G.M., Barbados, 8 March 1823, 
which was deemed ii regular. 



Lodge Room, Main Street, 
Masonic Hall, 



George Town, Demerara 



[870 
[8qi 



Town Hall, corner of North and East Streets, 

Wareham, Dorsetshire 1827 



Golden Shovel, 

Malt Shovel, Northgate, 

Angel Inn, n 

Masonic Rooms, Kirkgate, 

Masonic Hall, off Westgate, 

Masonic Room, Saltaire Institute, 



BaildOn, Yorkshire 1827 

Baildon 1830 

,1 1856 

Shipley, Yorkshire 1869 

Shipley 1875 

1, 1889 



Date of Warrant 
or Constitution. 



8 Dee. 1825 

Cons. 26 Jan. 1826. 



20 Feb. 1826 



28 Feb. 1826 



1 Aug. 1818 

Prov. Warrant. 

19 Dee. 1826 

G.L. Warrant. 
Cons. 10 Aug. 1818. 



19 Dee. 1826 



19 Dee. 1827 

Warrant of Confirmation 
paid for, 1853. 



10 March 1827 



12 March 1827 

Cons. II April 1827. 



1814 


1832 


1863 


807 


536 


382 


808 


537 


• • 


809 


538 




810 


539 


383 


811 


540 


384 


812 


541 


385 


813 


542 


386 


814 


543 


387 



262 



iS94 



388 



Name of Lodge. 



Lodge of Prudence. 



Aurora Lod^e 
Candour and Cordiality. 



389 



Albany Lodge. 



Lodge Perseverance. 



Union Lodge. 



Lodge of Australia. 

Jubilee Medal. 



Sussex Lodge. 



391 



Lodge Independence 
with Philanthropy. 



392 



Lodge Courage with 
Humanity. 



Places of Meeting. 



Three Tuns Inn, Market Hill, 
King's Arms Inn, Market Place, 
Three Tuns Inn, Market Hill, 
Masonic Hall, Market Place, 



Halesworth, Suffolk 1827 

Halesworth 1849 
1861 



Calcutta, Bengal, India 1 8 14 

Not in List until 1827. 

Warranted by Prov. G.M. 23 June 1814. "Ceased to work." 
Proc. Prov. G.L. 21 March 1820. Revived by permission of Prov. 
G.M. 24 July 1822. 

Uniledwifh " Lodge of True F7 iendshij>," No. 383 [No. 315 (A) of 
27 Dec. 1797], 17 August 1830. 



Grahamstown (Albany) Cape Colony, South Africa 1828 

The Temple, Hill Street, Grahamstown 1875 



Bombay, Bombay, India 1828 

Went over to G.L. of Scotland when Sir J. Bums was appointed 
Prov. G.M. (Scottish). Is now No. 351 on Reg. of G.L. of Scotland. 

Erased 4 June 1862. 



Masonic Hall, Rollstone -Street, Salisbury, Wiltshire 1828 
Masonic Hall, Crane Street, Salisbury 1831 

Erased ^ Sepiemler 1838. 



Sydney (Cumberland), 
Lodge Room, Royal Hotel, 
Freemasons' Hall, Clarence Street, 
11 York Street, 

Erased 5 Decetnher 1888. 
Nov. No. 3 on Reg. of G.L. of New South Wales. 



New South Wales 182S 

Sydney 1833 

„ i860 

., i860 



Charlottetown (Queen's), Prince Edward Island, 

North America 1827 
Bro. John Robinson's, Kent Street, Charlottetown 1828 

Mr. John Anderson's, ir n 1835 

DorviaiU about 1837. Erased 3, June iZ^j'z. 



Freemasons' Hall, Allahabad, (Allahabad), 

N. IK Protnnces, India 1825 
Not in List until 1828. 



In Regiment of Bengal Artillery, Bengal, India 1814 

Not in List until 1828. 

Dum Dum, 
Calcutta, 
Dum Dum, 

Freemasons' Hall, Cossitollah, 
Freemasons' Hall, 55 Bentinck Street, 



Bengal, India 1814 

Bengal 1 851 

1852 

Calcutta 1854 
I, 1880 



Date of Warrant 
or Constitution. 



23 June 1827 



23 June 1814 

Prov. Warrant. 

6 Oct. 1827 

G-L. Warrant. 



3 Jan. 1828 

Warrant of Confirmation 
4 April 1873. 



16 April 1828 



16 April 1828 



21 June 1828 

Jubilee Warrant, 
25 May 1878. 



25 Aug. 1828 

Con.s. 26 Aug. 1827. 



26 Oct. 1825 

Prov. Warrant. 

21 Aug. 1828 

G.L. Warrant. 

Warrants of Confirma- 
tion, in 1839, and ii 
Julyi88i. 

12 July 1814 

Prov. Warrant. 

27 Aug. 1828 

G.L. Warrant. 

Warrant of Confirmation, 
15 October 1849. 



I8I4 


1832 


815 


544 


816 


•• 


817 


545 


818 


546 


819 


547 


820 


548 


821 


549 


822 


650 


823 


551 



1863 



388 



389 



390 



391 



392 



[ 26z J 



1894 



Name of Lodge. 



Lodge of Sincerity. 



Hastings Lodge of Amity and 
Independence. 



Lodge Humanity with Courage. 

" A Military Lodge." 



393 



St. David's Lodge. 



394 



Southampton Lodge. 



395 



Guy's Lodge. 



Union Lodge. 
No. 1 Athol Provincial. 



Virgin Lodge. 

No. 2 Athol Provincial. 

Artillery Lodge, 1786. 

Virgin Lodge again, iSoo. 



Temple Lodge. 
No. 7 Athol Provincial, 



Places of Meeting. 



CawnpOFB (Allahabad), iV. W. Provinces, Iiuiia 1S19 

Not in List until zS^S. 
Erased in 185S. 



Allahabad (Allahabad), N.W. Provinces, India 1S22 

Not in List until 1828. 
Erasedin 1838. 



George Town [Penang], Malay Peninsula, 

East Indies 1822 
Not in List until 1828. 
Struck out 0/ Calendar \Zi^t <^nd next Lodge hiserted with same 
tiumbcr. 



Berwick Arms, High Street, BePWiek-On-Tweed, 

A'orthiimberland 182S 
Hen and Chicl<ens, Sandgate, 
Salmon Inn, Hyde Hill, 
I'rivate Room, Sandgate, 
Salmon Inn, Hyde Hill, 
Red Lion Hotel, High Street, 
King's Head Assembly Rooms, 
Freemasons' Hall, The Parade, 



Benwell's Rooms, 57 High Street, Southampton, 

Hampshire 1829 

Freemasons' Hall, Bugle Street, Southampton 1839 

11 Albion Place, n 18S0 



Bedford Hotel, The Parade, Leamington, Warwickshire 1829 
Crown Hotel, High Street, Leamington 1837 



Berwick-on-T\ 


-eed 


1839 








1840 








iiic,o 








I8S,^ 








186S 


Church Street, 






1 866 
1874 



Bath Hotel, Bath Street, 
Crown Hotel, High Street, 
Public Hall, Windsor Street, 
Bath Hotel, Bath Street, 
Crown Hotel, High Street, 
Masonic Rooms, 57 Willes Road, 



1S39 
1858 
185S 
1858 
1869 
18S9 



Halifax (Halifax), Nova Scotia, iXor/h America 17S4 

Not in List until 1831, hence its * number. 

Masonic Hall, ' HaUfax iSoi 

Erased 4 /ufte 1862. 



Halifax (Plalifax), Nova Scotia, I\/^orth America 17S4 

Grafton Street, Halifax 17S7 

Masonic Hall, " iSoi 

Appears to have worked from 18 Feb. 1732. 

Erased i September 1869. 
Now No. 3 on Reg. of G.L. of Nova Scotia. 



GuysboFough (Guysborough), Nova Scotia, 

North America 1829 
ChedebUCtO (Guysborough), Noia Scotia 1784 

Manchester, ti n 1788 

Erased 4 Jutie 1862. 



Date of Warrant 
or Constitution. 



8 Jan. 1819 

Prov. Warrant, 

Warrant of Confirmation; 
3t August 1S33. 



9 April 1821 

Prov. Warrant. 
Cons. 6 July 1822. 



June 1822 

Prov. Warrant. 



30 Dee. 1828 



4 Feb. 1829 



14 Feb. 1829 



29 Sept. 1784 

Prov. Warrant. 

10 March 1829 

G.L. Warrant. 



29 Sept. 1784 

Prov. Warrant. 

10 March 1829 

G.L. Warrant. 



11 Oct. 1784 

Prov. \\'arrant. 

10 March 1829 

G.L. Warrant. 



I8I4 


1832 


824 


652 


825 


553 


826 

A 




826 

B 


554 


827 


555 


828 


556 


828 

* 


557 


829 


558 


830 


559 



1863 



393 



394 



395 



396 



[ 264 ] 



Name of Lodge. 



Hiram Lodge. 
No. 10 Athol Provincial. 

In 6th Regiment. 



St, George's Lodge. 

No. 11 Atliol Provincial. 

T)id not meet for 25 years, 1832-1857. 



St. John's Lodge. 
No. 26 Athol Provincial, 



398 



Sussex Lodge. 
No. 36 Athol Provincial. 



Royal Standard Lodge. 

No. 39 Athol Provincial. 

In Royal Artillery. 



Unity Lodge. 
No. 44 Athol Provincial. 



Fort Edward Lodge. 
No. 45 Athol Provincial, 



Moira Lodge. 
No. 47 Athol Provincial. 



Places of Meeting. 



Shelburne (Shelburne), Nova Seotia, North America 1785 
The Regiment left the Province in 1791. 
Erased 4 June 1862. 



House of Bio. W. A. Chipman, on the Highway, 

Cornwallis (Kings), Nova Seotia, Nonh America 1785 

Bro. Bragg's, Main Street, Kentville, Nova Scotia 1830 

Bio. Jonathan Graham's, Main Street, HOFtOn (Kings), 

N'ova Scotia 1830 
Kentville Hotel. Main Street, KentvillO 1830 

Court House, Cornwallis Street, pi 1831 

Bro. Peter Pine's, on the Highway, COPnWalliS 1832 

Bro. Dr. Fox's, Main Post Road, LOWCr HOPtOn 

(Kings), Nofa Scotia 1858 
Temperance Hall, Lower Horton 1858 

Blackadder's Hall, Main Street, WolfvillC, Nova Scotia 1862 
Erased 4 June 1862, 
See No. 1151 of 11 December i860. 



Bro. Alexander Richardson's House, ChariOttetOWn 

(Queens), Prince Edward's Island, A'oj-rt ^»;«7Vn 1797 

Bro. John Robertson's, Kent Street, Charloltetown 1826 

Bro. John Anderson's, n ii 1834 

Bro. Robert Hutchinson's, n 1836 

Bro. James McDonnell's, Queen's Square, i> 1843 

Masonic Hall, Water Street, n 1857 

Large's Hall, Queen Street, 11 1867 

Erased :H June 1875. 
Now No. I on Reg. of G.L. of Prince Edward's Island. 



Newport (Hants), Nova Seotia, 

Erased 4 June 1862. 



Halifax (Halifax), Nova Seotia, 

Masonic Hall, Barrington Street 



North America 181 2 



North America 1815 
Halifax 1S29 



Casper Arenbuig's, Lincoln Street, Lunenburg 

(Lunenburg), Nova ScOtia, North America 1822 
Robert Mooiiey's, Fox Street, Lunenburg 1824 



George W. Oxner's, Cornwallis Street, 
Joseph Rudolf's, King Street, 
H. H. Jost's, Lincoln Street, 
George W. Oxner's, Cornwallis Street, 
Erased 1 Sejrt. 1869. 
Now No. 4 on Reg. of G.L. of Nova Sfrotia. 



1837 
1842 
1850 
1863 



Windsor (Hants), Nova Seotia, North America 1821 

Erased /^ June 1862. 



Rawdon (Hants), Nova Seotia, North America 1823 

Erased 4 June 1862. 



Date of Warrant 
or Constitution. 



3 Mareh 1785 

Prov. Warrant. 

10 Mareh 1829 

G.L. Warrant. 



19 May 1785 

Prov. Warrant. 

10 Mareh 1829 

G.L. Warrant. 



9 Oet. 1797 

Prov. Warrant. 

10 Mareh 1829 

G.L. Warrant. 



IS14 



1 Nov. 1812 

Prov. Warrant. 

10 March 1829 

G.L. Warrant. 



2 July 1815 

Prov. Warrant. 

10 Mareh 1829 

G.L. Warrant. 



4 April 1821 

Prov. Warrant. 
Cons. 8 March 1822. 

10 Mareh 1829 

G.L. Warrant. 



24 Oet. 1821 

Prov, Warrant. 

10 March 1829 

G.L. Warrant. 



26 Mareh 1823 

Prov. Warrant. 

10 March 1829 

G.L. Warrant. 



831 



832 



833 



1832 



560 



561 



562 



834 



835 



836 



1863 



397 



563 



564 398 



565 



837 



838 



566 



567 



399 



[ 265 ] 



i894 



40i 



402 



Name of Lodge. 



Colchester Union Lodge. 
No. 48 Athol Ppovlnelal. 



Cumberland Harmony Lodge. 
No. 51 Athol Provincial. 



Albion Lodge. 
No. 52 Athol Provincial. 



Royal Albion Lodge. 
No. 53 Athol Provincial. 

Formerly 95th Regiment. 



St. Mary's Lodge. 
No. 55 Athol Provincial. 



Rising Sun Lodge. 
No. 56 Athol Provincial. 



Lodge KUvirinning in the East. 



Royal Forest Lodge. 



Royal Sussex Lodge, 



United Seaforth Lodge. 



Places of Meeting. 



Mason Hall, Bible Hill, TruFO (Colchester), Nova 

Scotia, North America 1823 

Eawdon (Hants), Nova Scotia 1850 

Ceased to meet about 1831. Erased 4 June 1862. 



Amherst (Cumberland), Nova Scotia, North America 1825 
Erased 4 June 1862. 



Bro. Welch's Inn, Church Street, Saint John (Saint 

John), New Brunswick, North America 1826 
Masonic Hall, King Street, Saint John 1832 

Bragg's Long Room, Cross Street, 11 1837 

St. John Hotel, King Street, n 1840 

St. Stephen's Hall, King Square, n 1852 

Bro. Marshall's Hall, Princess Street, n 1854 

Judge Ritchie's Building, n 11 1856 

Surrendered Warrant i Nov, 1867. 
Erased 9 April 1869. 
Now No. I on Reg. of G.L. of New Brunswick, 



Halifax (Halifax), Nova Scotia, North America 1826 

In the First Battalion Rifle Brigade 1839 

Erased 4 June 1862. 



Digby (Digby), Nova Scotia, North America 1827 

Erased 4 June 1862. 
Became No. 6 on G.L. Nova Scotia. Now extinct. 



Londonderry (Colchester), Nova Scotia, 

North America 1828 
Erased i, June 1862. 

Note. — Nos. 8zg to 844 were not in Lists until 1829. 



Wellington Square, Calcutta, Bengal, India 1826 

Not in List until 1829. 
No Returns after jZ^j. Erased in 1845. 



Hark to Bounty Inn, 



Slaidburn, Yorkshire 1829 



Exchange Rooms, Smithy Row, Nottingham, 

Nottinghamshire 1829 

Assembly Rooms, Lower Pavement, Nottingham 1850 

George Hotel [George IV], George Street, n 1855 



Bridgetown, Island of Barbados, 

Erased in 1842. 

34 



West Indies 1829 



Date of Warrant 
or Constitution. 



8 April 1823 

Prov. Warrant. 

10 March 1829 

G.L. Warrant. 



30 Aug. 1825 

Prov. Warrant. 

10 March 1829 

G.L. Warrant. 



30 Nov. 1825 

Prov. Warrant. 
Cons. 23 Jan. 1826. 

10 March 1829 

G.L. Warrant. 



1814 



839 



840 



841 



8 March 1826 

Prov. Warrant. 

10 March 1829 

G.L. Warrant. 



20 Sept. 1827 

Prov. Warrant. 

10 March 1829 

G.L. Warrant. 



4 March 1828 

Prov. Warrant. 

10 March 1829 

G.L. Warrant. 



23 Dec. 1826 

Prov. Warrant. 

15 April 1829 

G.L. Warrant. 



22 April 1829 

Cons. 18 Aug. 1829. 



5 May 1829 

Cons. 5 Dec. 1829. 



26 Aug. 1829 



1832 



568 



569 



570 



842 



1863 



400 



571 



843 572 



844 



845 



573 



574 



846 



847 



575 401 



576 



402 



848 



577 



266 



1 894 


Name of Lodge. 


Places of Meeting. 


Date of Warrant 
or Constitution. 


1814 


1832 


1863 


403 


Hertford Lodge. 


Salisbury Arms Hotel, Fore St., Hertford, Hertfordshire 1829 
Town Hall, Market Place, Hertford 1831 


31 Aug. 1829 

Cons. 8 Sept. 1829. 


849 


578 


403 




Lodge of Coneopd. 


Three Tuns Inn, Fore Street, TrowbridgC, Wiltshire 1829 
Erased 3 December 1851. 


31 Aug. 1829 


850 


579 




404 


Bamborough Lodge. 
Watford Lodge, 1833. 


Spread Eagle, Market Place, Watford, Hertfordshire 1829 
Assembly Room, Essex Arms, High Street, Watford 1830 
Freemasons' Hall, High Street, n 1836 
Clarendon Hotel, Station Road, n 1871 
Essex Arms, High Street, n 1873 
Freemasons' Hall, High Street, 11 1874 


26 Oct. 1829 

Cons. 13 Nov. 1829. 


851 


580 


404 




Lodge of Love and Harmony. 

Combermere Lodge of Love and 
Harmony, 1832. 


Navigation Inn, New Road, Winsford, near OveP, 

Cheshire 1830 
Erased 3 December 1851. 


22 Dee. 1830 


852 


581 


•• 




Oxford Light Infantry Lodge. 


Fifty-seeond Regiment of Foot, Halifax 

(Halifax), Nova ScOtia, North America 1827 
In the Fifty-second Regiment 1832 
Erased 4 June 1862. 


10 Jan. 1827 

Prov. Warrant, 

22 Dee. 1830 

G.L. Warrant. 


853 


582 


•• 




St. George's Lodge. 


Red Lion Inn, High Street, Berwiek-On-Twecd, 

Northmnberland 1830 
Erased^ September 1838. 


23 Dee. 1830 


854 


583 


•• 




Lodge of Economy. 


Royal Oak Inn, Market Place, Garstang, Lancashire 1830 
Eagle and Child Inn, High Street, Garstang 1842 
Erased 1 June 1853. 


21 Get. 1830 


855 


584 


•■ 


405 


Philanthropic Lodge. 

Royal Philanthropic Lodge, 

1836. 

Suspended 1841-1849. 


Masonic Temple, Mount Moriah, Port Of Spain 

(St. George's), Island of Trinidad, West Indies 1 83 1 

Masonic Temple, Duke Street, Port of Spain 1840 
ir Mount Zion, ,, 1851 
11 Duke Street, „ 1872 
11 St. Ann's Road, „ 1875 
11 Richmond Street, n 1894 


29 March 1831 


856 


585 


405 


406 


Northern Counties Lodge. 


King's Head, Blackett Street, Neweastle-Upon-Tyne, 

Northumberland 1831 
Freemasons' Hall, Bell's Court, Newgate Street, 

Newcastle-upon-Tyne 1837 
Masonic Hall, Maple Street, „ 1871 


20 April 1831 


857 


586 


406 




Olive Union Lodge. 


Bull Inn, Bull Ring, Horncastle, Lincolnshire 1830 
Worked under Dispensation from Prov. G.M. 17 December 1830. 
Last Return June 1843. Erased in 1847. 


20 April 1831 


858 


587 


■■ 



[ 26; ] 



1 894 



407 



Name of Lodge. 



Union of Malta Lodge, 



408 



409 



Royal Sussex Lodge. 



Lodge of Unanimity. 



Lodge of the Three Graces. 



Stortford Lodge. 



410 



Grove Lodge. 



411 



Commercial Lodge. 



Holy Temple Lodge. 



413 



Lodge Hope. 



414 



Lodge of Union. 



Places of Meeting. 



Suburb of Burmola, Valetta, Malta 1832 

Senglea, Valetta, n 1843 

10 Strada Maggazini, Floriana, n 1847 

Masonic Hall, 43 Strada Zaccaria, Valetta, n 1859 

M 78 Strada Forni, n n 1862 

11 27 Strada Stretta, n n 1870 



Belize, Honduras, Central America 183 1 

Erased 4 June 1862. 



Norfolk Hotel, St. Giles' Street, Norwlch, Norfolk 1831 

Erased 3 December 1851. 



Black Bull Inn, Main Street, 
Masonic Rooms, n 



HaWOrth, Yorkshire 1831 
Haworth 1835 



Crown Hotel, HockeriU, Hertfordshire 183 1 

George Hotel, North Street, Blshop'S StOrtford, 

Hertfordshire 1836 
Chequers Hotel, North Street, Bishop's Stortford 1875 



Queen Adelaide, Ewell, Surrey 1832 

Spring Hotel, Ewell 1839 

Sun Hotel, Market Place, KlngSton-On-ThameS, 

Surrey 1882 

Spring Hotel, . Ewell 1889 



\_Place unknowrC] Nottingham, Nottinghamshire 1832 

George IV. Inn, George Street, Nottingham 1837 

No. 30 Exchange Rooms, Smithy Row, n 1844 

Flying Horse Hotel, The Poultry, ,1 1847 

George Hotel, George Street, m 1880 

Masonic Hall, Goldsmith Street, ,1 1881 



Graham Arms, Main Street, 
Swan Inn; Main Street, 
Wheatsheaf Inn, Main Street, 
Graham Arms, n 

Wheatsheaf Hotel, n 
Swan Inn, ir 

Warrant returned. Erased initqo. 



LongtOWn, Cumberland 1833 

Longtown 1849 

185s 



1858 
i860 



Meerut (Meerut), N.W. Provinces, India 1833 

Unitedivith " Zetland Lodge" No. 792 \of q August 1847I in 
August iSsi. 

Freemasons' Hall, Hill Street, Meerut 1881 



Wheat Rick Inn, London Street, Beading, Berkshire 1833 

Upper Ship Hotel, Duke Street, Reading 1834 

Woolpack Hotel, Broad Street, n 1836 

Masonic Hall, The Hospitium, Reading Abbey, n 1837 

Masonic Hall, Grey Friars Road, u i860 



Date of Warrant 
or Constitution. 



17 June 1831 



17 June 1831 



15 Aug. 1831 



24 Aug. 1831 



22 Oct. 1831 

Cons. 27 Dec. 1831. 



30 Jan. 1832 

Warrant of Confirmation, 
16 May 1893. 



16 April 1832 



25 Feb. 1833 



28 May 1833 



21 May 1833 



I8I4 


1832 


1863 


859 


588 


407 


860 


589 




861 


590 




862 


591 


408 


863 


592 


409 


864 


593 


410 


865 


594 


411 


•• 


595 


412 


•• 


596 


413 




597 


414 



268 



i894 



Name of Lodge. 



415 



Lodge Orion in the West. 

Not at work from 1843 to 1859. 



Gold Coast Lodge of St. John. 



Clarence Lodge. 



St. John's Lodge. 



416 



LIndsey Lodge. 



Surrey Lodge. 

In abeyance 1842-1856. 



Lodge of Friendship. 



417 



Lodge of 
Faith and Unanimity. 



418 



Menturia Lodge. 



Places of Meeting. 



Bombay Horse Artillery, Poena (Poona), Bombay, 

India : 

Warranted by Prov. G.L. of Coast of Coromandel, 14 August 1823, 
at Poona, but never returned to Grand Lodge. In 1830 it was 
discovered that the Lodge was not on the English Register. 



:823 



Masonic Hall, 



Poona 1859 



Cape Coast Castle, Gold Coast, West Coast of Africa 1833 

Never made any returns. Erased 4 J^tne 1862. 



Sandy Point, Island of St. Christopher, West Indies 1833 

Old Road, island of St. Christopher 1837 

Erased in i860. 



Saugor (Jubbulpore), Central Provinces, India 1833 

Resuscitated 28 Dec. 1846, after having been dormant for six years. 
Erased in. 1858, 



Madame Metcalfe's House, Walkergate, Louth, 

Lincolnshire 1833 
Warrant reUtrned. Erased in 1840. 



White Hart Inn, Market Place, 
Swan Inn, High Street, 
Public Hall, High Street, 



Reigate, Surrey 1834 

Reigate 1857 

1862 



George Inn, HockeriU, Hertfordshire 1834 

Warrant surrendered to Prov. G.M., A ugnst 1851. 
Erased in 1851. 



King's Arms Inn, High East Street, Dorehester, 

Dorsetshire 1834 
Masonic Hall, West Bank Street [now Princes Street], 

Dorchester 1834 

Mail Coach Inn, North Square, h 1853 

Town Hall, „ 1855 

Lodge Room, High East Street, ti 1S56 

Masonic Plall, Princes Street, ,1 1861 



Albion Inn, Albion Street, Hanley, Staffordshire 1834 

Shakespeare Inn, Stafford Street, Hanley 184 1 

Albion Inn, Albion Street, 11 1846 

Sea Lion, High Street, n 1850 

Albion Inn, Albion Street, n 1853 

Masonic Hall, High Street, n 1853 

Saracen's Head Inn, Stafford Street, n 1855 

Masons' Arms, North Street, m 1856 

Saracen's Head Hotel, Stafford Street, n i860 

Mechanics' Institute, Pall Mall, 11 1862 

Masonic Hall, Cheapside, n 1880 



Date of Warrant 
or Constitution. 



1832 



1863 



14 Aug. 1823 

Prov, Warrant. 

19 July 1833 

G.L. Warrant. 



19 July 1833 



19 July 1833 



15 Oet. 1833 

Warrant of Confirmation 
in 1848. 



15 Oet. 1833 



4 Jan. 1834 

Cons. 15 Jan. 1834. 



9 April 1834 



9 April 1834 

Cons. 25 April 1834. 



18 July 1834 

Cons. 22 Oct. 1834. 



598 



415 



599 



600 



601 



602 



603 



416 



604 



605 



417 



606 



418 



[ 269 ] 



Name of Lodge. 



419 



St. Peter's Lodge. 



Rancliffe Lodge. 



True Bpotheps' Lodge. 



421 



Loyal Lodge of Industry. 



422 



Trent Lodge. 

Yarborough Lodge, 

1849. 



Bayons Lodge. 



South Australian Lodge of 
Friendship. 

Lodge of Friendship, 1871. 



Places of Meeting. 



Star and Garter Hotel, Victoria St., Wolverhampton, 

Stajordshire 1834 
Assembly Rooms, Queen Street, Wolverhampton 1844 

Star and Garter Hotel, Victoria Street, 11 1852 

Swan Hotel, Queen Square, n 1862 

Star and Garter Hotel, Victoria Street, m 1871 



King's Head, High St., LoUghborOUgh, Leicestershire 1834 
Last Meeting i Feb. 1848. Erased xj-une 1853. 



Dinapore (Bihar), Bengal, India 1834 

Revived 22 Sept. 1847, " after having been dormant ten years." 
Erased in 1865. 



Ring of Bells, Duke Street, Southmolton, Devonshire 1835 

Masonic Hall, m Southmolton 1836 

George Inn, Broad Street, m 1842 

Freemasons' Hall, New Road, n 1S47 



Half Moon Inn, Hickman Street, GainsborOUgh, 

Lincolnshire 1834 

Private Rooms, Jerrem's Street, Gainsborough 1836 

Masonic Hall, Market Place, n 1872 



White Hart Inn, King St., Market Easen, Lincolnshire 1834 
Erased-^ December 1851. 



No. 7 John Street, Adelphi, London 

Black's Hotel, Franklin Street, Adelaide (Adelaide), 

South Anstralia 
Port Lincoln Hotel, West Terrace, Adelaide 

Turf Hotel, Waymouth Street, m 

Lambert's Auction Rooms, Hindley Street, n 

Freemasons' Tavern, Pirie Street, n 

Masonic Hall, Morphett Street and North Terrace, n 
Prince of Wales Hotel, An^as Street, « 

Masonic Rooms, King William Street, n 

London Inn, Flinders Street, m 

Prince of Wales Hotel, Angas Street, n 

Masonic Hall, Rundle Street, n 

Freemasons' Tavern, Pirie Street, n 

United with" Lodge of Concord," No. 677 Wo. 975, of 6 May 
1S56], sS October iS6g, and with "Albert Lodge," No. 927 \.No. 
1229, of 22 Aug. 1862], 2 December iS*^- 



1834 

1838 
1838 
1838 

1843 
1844 

1853 
1857 
1862 
1863 
1864 
1866 
i86q 



Prince Alfired Hotel, King William Street, 
Freemasons' Hall, Flinders Street, 
Clarence Hotel, King William Street, 
Alfred Masonic Hall, Waymouth Street, 
Eagle Chambers, King William Street, 
Freemasons' Hall, Flinders Street, 

Erased 3 Jifne 1885. 
Now No. I on Reg. of G.L. of South Australia. 



Adelaide 1869 
11 1S69 
1871 
11 1872 
„ 1875 
M 1881 



Date of Warrant 
or Constitution. 



18 July 1834 

Cons. 6 Oct. 1834. 



1832 



607 



1863 



419 



19 July 1834 

Cons. 9 Dec. 1834. 



11 Sept. 1834 



608 



609 



420 



11 Sept. 1834 

Cons. 14 Feb. 1835. 



610 



421 



29 Sept. 1834 

Cons, ti Aug. 1834. 



29 Sept. 1834 



611 



422 



612 



22 Get. 1834 

Cons, same day. 

First Meeting In 

Adelaide, 

II Aug. 1838. 



613 



423 



2/0 



1 894 



424 



425 



426 



428 



429 



Name of Lodge. 



Borough Lodge. 



Cestrian Lodge. 



Orphan Lodge. 



Shakespeare Lodge. 



Wear Lodge. 



Lodge Oriental Star. 



Lodge of Sincerity. 



Royal Navy Lodge. 



430 



Neilgherry Lodge. 

Lodge Faith, Hope, and Charity, 

1849. 



Lodge of Fidelity. 



Places of Meeting. 



Goat Inn, Bottle Bank, 
Half Moon Inn, High Street, 
Grey Horse, it 

Black Bull Inn, High Street, 
Queen's Arms Inn, 
Goat Inn, Bottle Bank, 
Black Bull Inn, High Street, 
Grey Horse Inn, m 
Masonic Hall, West Street, 
Masonic Rooms, Half Moon Lane, 



Gateshead, Durham 1834 
Gateshead 1843 
184s 
1846 
1850 
1852 
1853 
1857 
1869 
1877 



Royal Hotel, Eastgate Street, 
Green Dragon Hotel, 11 
Com Exchange, n 

Green Dragon Hotel, ,1 
Grosvenor Hotel, n 

Masonic Hall, Queen Street, 



Chester, Cheshire 1835 
Chester 1863 
I, 1864 
.1 1864 
11 1866 
„ 1883 



Rua de Malta Cavallos, Rio de Janeiro, Brazil, 

South America 1835 
Erased 4 June 1862. 



Town Hall, Market Place, Spilsby, Lincolnshire 1835 

Masonic Hall, Hundleby Road, Spilsby 1885 



Lambton Arms, Front Street, CheSter-le-Street, 

Durham 1835 
Erased 2 March 1864. 



Cannanore (Malabar), 

Erased i^ June 1862. 



Madras, India 1830 



Angel Hotel, Bull Ring, High St., Northwich, Cheshire 1836 



Cinque Port Arms, King Street, 
Royal Hotel, Harbour Street, 
Castle Tavern, n 

Freemasons' Tavern, High Street, 
Royal Hotel, Harbour Street, 



Ramsgate, Kent 1835 

Ramsgate 1839 

1843 

II 1846 

1856 



Ootaeamund (Coimbatore, Nilgiri Hills), Madras, India 1830 
Erased ^ June 1862. 



White Hart Inn, Flowery Field, Old Road, 

Newton Moor, Cheshire 183s 

Queen's Arms, Wharf Street, Dukinfleld, n 1867 

Astley Arms, Chapel Hill, Dukinfield 1881 

Wheatsheaf Hotel, Stamford St., Ashton-Under-Lyne, 

Lancashire 1885 

Pitt and Nelson Hotel, Old Street, Ashton-under-Lyne 1887 



Date of Warrant 
or Constitution. 



29 Oct. 1834 

Cons, 27 Nov. 1834. 



17 Dee. 1834 

Cons. 9 Jan. 1835. 



17 Dee. 1834 



12 May 1835 

Cons. II June 1835. 



15 July 1835 

Cons. 22 Sept. 1835. 



1 Oet. 1835 

Cons, about 1830. 



3 Oct. 1835 

Cons. 15 Sept. 1836. 



12 Oet. 1835 



23 Dee. 1835 

Cons, about 1830. 



23 Dec. 1835 



1832 



614 



615 



616 



617 



618 



619 



620 



621 



622 



1863 



424 



623 



425 



426 



427 



428 



429 



430 



[ 2/1 ] 



1 894 



431 



Name of Lodge. 



St. George's Lodge. 



432 



Abbey Lodge. 



Staffordshire Knot Lodge. 



433 



434 



Lodge of Hope. 



St. John's Lodge. 
No. 13 Coast of Coromandel. 



435 



Sussex Lodge. 



Salisbury Lodge. 



Ivanhoe Lodge. 



Places of Meeting. 



White Lion, Liddell Street, North Shields, 

Northiimierland 1836 
Freemasons' Tavern, Saddle Inn, Norfolk Street, 

North Shields 1837 

Granby Hotel, Tyne Street, n 1841 

George Tavern, King Street, n 1852 

Granby Hotel, Tyne Street, n 1852 

Albion Tavern, Norfolk Street, n 1854 

George Tavern, King Street, n 1854 

Commercial Hotel, Howard Street, !■ 1858 

Freemasons' Hall, Norfolk Street, n 1859 



Castle Inn, Market Place, Nuneaton, Warwickshire 1836 
Newdegate Arms, Newdegate Square, Nuneaton 1844 

Half Moon Inn, Abbey Street, n 1846 

Newdegate Arms, Newdegate Square, n 1853 



Shire Hall, Market Square, 
George Hotel, m 

Three Tuns, Goalgate Street, 
Swan Hotel, Greengate Street, 
Albion Tavern, u 

Three Tuns, Goalgate Street, 
Last Meeting 15 Oct. 1839. 



Anchor and Hope, Waterside, 
Swan Inn, High Street, 



Stafford, Staffordshire 1836 
Stafford 1837 
„ 1837 
„ 1838 
„ 1838 
„ 1838 
Erased 3 Decejnber 1851. 



Brightlingsea, Essex 1836 

Brightlingsea i860 



Colombo, Ceylon, East indies 1822 

Formed by Members of " St. Andrew's Union'' Lodge, No. 10 
Local [see page 238], at Colombo, who on 19 Aug. iSiS petitioned 
the Prov. G.L. for a Warrant, which was granted on 23 Sept. i8tB. 
Warrant dated 16 Aug. 1822. 

Not on Register until 1836. 

Seeunderabad (Hyderabad, Deccan), India. 1823 

Freemasons' Hall, Seeunderabad i860 



Neemueh (Indore), 

Last payment 1840. 



Central India 1836 



Erased in 1858. 



Falcon Inn, High Road, Waltham CrOSS, Hertfordshire 1836 
New Inn, Sun Street, Waltham Abbey, ii 1843 

King's Head, Market Place, Enfield, Middlesex 1847 

Private Rooms, 71 Dean Street, Soho, LondOn 1856 

Blanchard's Restaurant, Beak Street, Regent Street, m 1872 
Freemasons' Hall, Great Queen Street, 11 1873 

Regent Masonic Hall, Cafe Royal, Regent Street, 11 1875 
Freemasons' Hall, Great Queen Street, 11 1878 



Royal Hotel, near the Baths, Ashby-de-la-ZoUCh, 

Leicestershire 1836 
Closed in due form and adjourned sine die, 7 October 1841. 
Erased 3 December 1851. 



Date of Warrant 
or Constitution. 



23 Dee. 1835 

Cons. 9 May 1836. 



5 Jan. 1836 



5 Jan. 1836 

Cons. 2 July 1836. 



8 Jan. 1836 



16 Aug. 1822 

Prov. Warrant. 

Cons. 30 Aug. 1822. 

Warrant of Confirmation 
i9Mayi863. 



17 Mareh 1836 



31 March 1836 

Cons, 8 June 1836. 



1832 



624 



1863 



431 



625 



432 



626 



627 



628 



433 



434 



629 



630 



435 



16 April 1836 

Cons. 30 May 1836. 



631 



2/2 



i894 


Name of Lodge. 


Places of Meeting. 


Date of Warrant 
or Constitution. 


1832 


1863 




St. John's Lodge. 


Mallard House, King Street, Saint Jolin (Saint John), 












No. 29 Athol Provincial. 


New BrunSWielc, Noith America 
Bro. Hitchcock's House, King Street, Saint John 
Cody's Coffee House, King Street and Prince 

William Street, 11 
Mallard House, King Street, n 
Bro. Morse's House, Horsfield Street, 11 
Bro. Lockhart's House, Union Street and Smyth St.,ii 
Bro. Macpherson's House, King Street and Cross St., n 
Masonic Hall, King Street and Charlotte Street, n 
Union Hall, Dock Street, n 
St. John Hotel, King Street and Charlotte Street, 1. 
Bro. Marshall's Building, Princess Street and 

Sidney Street, n 
Judge Ritchie's Building, Prince.ss Street, n 
Erased g April i86g. 
Now No. 2 on Reg. of G.L. of New Brunswick. 


1802 
1 80s 

1S08 
1813 
1814 
1818 
1822 
1824 
1842 
1846 

1851 
1856 


18 Dec. 1801 

Prov. Warrant. 

23 April 1836 

G.L. Warrant. 
Cons. 5 April 1802. 


632 


436 




Hibernia Lodge. 


Eighty-nintli Regiment of Foot, Quilon 














(Travancore), Madras^ India 


1822 


4 Oct. 1822 


633 


.. 






Not in List until 1836. 




Prov. Warrant. 










Erased in 1844. 












Lodge Social and Military Virtues 


Madras (Chingleput), Madras, India 


1817 


27 Dee. 1817 


634 






In 46th Regiment. 


Not in List until 1836. 




Prov. Warrant. 








No. 7 Local. No. 5 Local in 1821. 


Went to Ceylon [date uncertain], and was extinct before the 
Warrant from G.L. of England arrived in rS36. 

Erased i,Iune 1862. 












Lodge Universal Charity, 


Madras (Chingleput), Madras, India 

Not in List until 1836. 

This appears to be a Duplication of the Lodge " Universal Charity," 
of 7 May 1811, and should not have been put on the List again in 
1836. [See page 221.] 

Erased ^lufie 1862. 




[ ] 


635 


•• 




Lodge Honour and Humanity 


Madras (Chingleput), Madras, India 


1819 


7 July 1819 


636 






In 13th Light Dragoons. 


Not in List until 1836. 




Prov. Warrant. 








No. 13 Coast of Coromandel. 


Erased 4 June 1862. 












Lodge Military and Social 


Poonamallee (Chingleput), Madras, India 


1820 


27 Dec. 1820 


637 






Friendship. 


Not in List until 1836. 
Ceased to work in 1821. Erased 4 Jtcne 1862. 




Prov. Warrant. 








Taprobane Lodge. 


Ceylon, East indies 

Madras (Chingleput), Madras, India 

Not in List until 1836. 

Erased 4 June 1862. 


1822 
1836 


June 1822 

Prov. Warrant. 


638 


■• 




Corinthian Lodge 


Cannanore (Malabar), Madras, India 


1823 


26 Sept. 1823 


639 






In 7th Regiment Native Infantry. 


Madras (Chingleput), Madras 

Not in List until 1836. 

Erased 4 June 1862. 

N.B.— The foregoing Seven Lodges were placed on List in 1836. 
There is no record of their having received G.L. Warrants. 


1836 


Prov. Warrant. 






437 


Lodge of Science. 


Red Lion Inn, Bourton, Dorsetshire 
National School Room, Wincanton, Somersetshire 
Masonic Hall, Church Street, Wincanton 


1836 
1870 
1872 


13 Aug. 1836 


640 


437 



273 



i894 



438 



439 



440 



Name of Lodge. 



Lodge of Harmony. 



Seientifle Lodge. 



St. George's Lodge. 

No. 10 Ppov. Reg. of Montreal 
and William Henry. 



441 



Anchor and Hope Lodge. 



Lodge of 
Three Grand Principles. 



442 



St. Peter's Lodge. 



Lodge Freedom and Fraternity. 



Lodge Light of the North. 



443 



Royal Victoria Lodge. 



444 



Lodge of Union. 



Places of Meeting. 



Cawnpore (Allahabad), 
Civil Lines, 
Masonic Hall, 



N. W. Provinces, India 1834 
Cawnpore 1879 



Private Room, CullingWOrth, Yorkshire 1836 

Masonic Rooms, Fleece Inn, Main Street, Bingley, 

Yorkshire 1839 



Mack's Hotel, 304 Notre Dame Street, Montreal 

(Montreal), Canada East, Quebec 1828 
Freemasons' Hall, Notre Dame Street and Dalhousie 

Square, Montreal 185 1 

Mack's Hotel, 304 Notre Dame Street, n 1852 

Masonic Chambers, n n n 1862 

Masonic Hall, Place D'Armes, h 1876 

M 359 Notre Dame Street, m 1883 

Oddfellows' Hall, 662§ Craig Street, ,r 1883 

II 249§ St. James's Street, 11 1885 

II 251 ,1 II 1888 



Date of Warrant 
or Constitution. 



23 Aug. 1836 

Cons. 18 Dec. 1834. 

Warrant of Confirmation. 
12 Feb. 1862. 



27 Sept. 1836 

Cons, same day. 



20 Oct. 1836 

Cons, in 1828. 

Warrant of Confirmation, 
II Sept. 1870. 



Swan Hotel, 



WOOre, Shropshire 1836 



Erased 1 Ju7ie 1853. 



House of Commons, Hills Road, Cambridge, 

Cambridgeshire 1 836 
Blue Boar Inn, Trinity Street, 
Red Bull Inn, Sidney Street, 
Half Moon Inn, Trumpington Street, 
Bird Bolt Inn, St. Andrew's Street, 
Red Lion Hotel, Petty Cury, 



Cambridge 1840 
1846 
1852 

1857 
1859 



1832 



2 Dee. 1836 



10 Dee. 1836 



Windmill Inn, Market Place, Peterborough, 

Northamptonshire 1837 

Angel Inn, Narrow Bridge Street, Peterborough J838 

Crown Hotel, Bridge Street, Fletton, n 1852 

Wenlworth Hotel, Wentworth Street, n 1853 

Masonic Hall, Lincoln Road, n 1863 



19 Dee. 1836 

Cons. 14 Jan. 1837. 

Warrant of Confirmation 
I January 1855. 



Agra (Agra), N. W. Pro^'inces, India 1837 23 June 1837 

Filially closed 27 December iB^-j. Erased in 1858. 



Kurnaul (Delhi), Ptmjab, India 1837 

" The abolition of this Station has actually destroyed this excellent 
Lodge." F.Q.R. 1843. 

Erased 271 1852. 



Masonic Hall, Ncw Providenco, Bahama Islands, 

West Indies 1837 
Public Buildings, New Providence 1846 

Freemasons' Hall, Bay Street, Nassau, n 1862 



Clifford's Arms Hotel, Fore St., Chudleigh, Devonshire 1837 
Courtenay Arms Hotel, StarcrOSS, n 1849 



23 June 1837 



23 June 1837 



23 June 1837 

Cons. 25 Sept. 1837. 



641 



642 



438 



439 



643 



440 



644 



645 



441 



646 



442 



647 



648 



649 



443 



650 



444 



35 



274 



1 894 


Name of Lodge. 


Places of Meeting. 


Date of Warrant 
or Constitution. 


1832 


1863 




Operative Lodge. 
Deva Lodge, 1839. 


Old Nag's Head, Foregate Street, Chester, Cheshire 1S37 
Lodge Room, Bridge Street, Chester 1839 
Hop-pole Inn, Foregate Street, n 1839 
Blossom Inn, Foregate Street, n 1847 
White Lion Hotel, Northgate Street, 1, 1S53 
Erased 3 December 1856. 


23 June 1837 


651 




445 


Lodge of Fidelity. 


Talbot Inn, High Street, TowCesteP, Northamptonshire 1837 
Pomfret Hotel, High Street, Towcester 1862 


25 July 1837 

Cons. 28 Aug. 1837. 


652 


445 


446 


Benevolent Lodge. 

Swan Lodge of Benevolence, 1838. 
Benevolent Lodge, again, 1842. 


Swan Inn, Sadler Street, Wells, Somersetshire 1837 
Town Hall, Market Place, Wells 1839 
Vicar's Hall, The Vicar's Close, i. 1892 


2 MaFeh 1837 

Cons. 6 April 1837. 


653 


446 




Pythagoras Lodge. 


Island of Corcyra, COFfu, Ionian IslCS, Greece 1S37 
Casa Dandolo, St. Dametrio, Corfu 1874 
Erased 6 June 1894. Warrant returned. 


9 Oct. 1837 


654 


447 




Royal Alpha Lodge. 


Angel Hotel, High Street, GuildfOFd, Surrey 1837 
Erased i June 1853. 


3 Dee. 1837 


655 


•• 


448 


Loyal Ancient St. James' Lodge. 

St. James' Lodge, 1861. 


Private Room, ThOFntOn (near Bradford), Yorkshire 1838 
Bridge Tavern, Northgate, Halifax, r, 1857 
Talbot Hotel, Woolshops, Halifax l86i 
Masonic Hall, St. John's Place, n 1S69 


17 MaFeh 1838 


656 


448 


449 


Cecil Lodge. 


Sun Hotel, Sun Street, Hitehin, Hertfordshire 1838 


19 MaFch 1838 

Cons. 19 May 1838. 


657 


449 




Marquis of Gpanby Lodge. 


Marquis of Granby, Main St., Cotmanhay, Derbyshire 1838 
Sun Inn, Market Place, EastWOOd, Nottinghamshire 1842 
Erased $ June 1861. 


21 MaFeh 1838 

Cons. 24 Sept. 1838. 


658 


•• 


450 


CoFnubian Lodge. 


White Hart Hotel, Foundry Square, Hayle, Cornwall 1848 
Freemasons' Hall, n Hayle 1873 

" This Lodge was constituted in form this 31st day of July A.L. 5848, 
A.D. 1848, and was delayed till this time in consequence of several of 
the petitioners having removed from the neighbourhood." Memo, on 
Warrant. 


24 MaFeh 1838 

Cons. 31 July 1848. 


659 


450 


451 


Sutherland Lodge. 


Legs of Man Inn, Market Place, BUFSlem, Staffordshire 1838 
George Inn, Waterloo Road, Burslem 1843 
Town Hall, Market Place, „ 1857 


16 Aug. 1838 


660 


451 


452 


FredeFiek: Lodge of Unity. 


Greyhound Llotel, High Street, CFOydon, Surrey 1838 

Swan, Thames Ditton, „ 1857 

Prince of Wales' Hotel, East Molesey, n i860 
Melbourne Hotel, Manor Road, CaFShalton, n 1S64 
Railway Hotel, George Street, East CFOydon, m 1868 
Station Hotel, High Street, SuttOH, i> 1871 
Greyhound Hotel, High Street, Croydon, n 1877 
Masonic Hall, n „ „ 1881 


25 May 1838 

Cons, same day. 

V 


661 


452 



[ 275 ] 



1 894 



Name of Lodge. 



Lodge of Confidence. 



453 



Chigwell Lodge. 



454 



Doric Lodge. 



St. John's Lodge of Colombo. 



455 



Lodge of Perseverance. 



Union Lodge of Barnard Castle. 



Lodge of St, John. 



West Norfolk Lodge. 

Named in 1842. 



456 



Foresters' Lodge. 



Places of Meeting. 



Angel Inn, Bridge Street, 
Ship Inn, High Street, 
Bell Inn, 



Halstead, Essex 1838 
Halstead 1849 

Castle Hedingham, Essex 1850 

JLrased 3 December 1856. 



King's Head Inn, Chigwell Road, Chigwell, Essex 183S 

Castle Inn, Woodford Green, WooafOFd, u 1869 

Royal Forest Hotel, Epping Forest, CMngfOFd, 11 1879 



Kamptee (Nagpur), Central Provinces, India 1S30 

Opened under a Local or Prov. Warrant 26 Aug. 1830. 
Erased 4 June 1862. 



Colombo, Ceylon, 
Kandy, 

Masonic Hall, Kandy, 
35 Ward Street, n 



East Indies 18 
Ceylon 18 



White Hart Inn, Market Place, Kettering, 

Northamptonshire 1838 
Peacock Inn, Lower Street, Kettering 1840 



George Hotel, Sheep Street, 
New Inn, Market Place, 
Freemasons' Hall, Dalkeith Place, 
Assembly Rooms, n 

Freemasons' Hall, n 



1844 
i8so 
1851 
1893 
1893 



Turk's Head Inn, Market Place, Barnard CaStle, 

Durham 1838 
Erased ^ June 1861. 



Nash's Inn, George Street, Parramatta (Cumberland), 

New South Wales 1838 

Masonic Hall, York Street, Sydney (Cumberland), 

Ne2v South Wales 1854 

Woolpack Hotel, George Street, Parramatta 1855 

Erased ^ June 1862. 



Fifty-fourth Regiment, Madras (Chingleput), 

Madras, India 1829 

Warrant was granted and registered 16 December 1838, but not 
issued and dated until 17 July 1842. It bears an Endorsement 
" Lodge constituted by Dispensation of Prov. G.M. for Madras, 
I May i8zg." 

" Broke up in 1840.'' Erased 4 June 1862. 



Black Swan Inn, Market St., UttOXOter, Staprdshire 1838 

Red Lion Inn, Market Place, Uttoxeter 1840 

Town Hall, High Street, 11 1859 

Red Lion Inn, Market Place, n 1862 

White Hart Hotel, Carter Street, n 1864 

Town Hall, High Street, n 1891 



Date of Warrant 
or Constitution. 



16 Aug. 1838 



16 Aug. 1838 

Cons. 22 Aug. 1838. 



26 Aug. 1838 



27 Aug. 1838 



29 Sept. 1838 



18 Nov. 1838 



18 Dec. 1838 

Cons. 24 June 1838. 



1 May 1829 

Local Warrant. 

16 Dec. 1838 

G.L. Warrant. 



21 Dee. 1838 

Cons. 27 Dec. 1838. 



1832 



1863 



662 



663 



453 



664 



665 



454 



666 



455 



667 



668 



669 



670 



456 



[ 276 ] 



1 894 



Name of Lodge. 



457 



458 



Loyal Monmouth Lodge. 



Aire and Caldei? Lodge. 



Places of Meeting. 



459 



460 



461 



Himalayan Bpotherhood 
Lodge. 



Sutherland Lodge of Unity. 



Lodge of Fortitude. 



462 



Bank Terrace Lodge. 



Savile Lodge. 



St. Alban's Lodge. 



463 



Edmonton Lodge. 



East Surrey Lodge of 
Concord. 



Lodge of Verity. 



Bell Inn, Church Street, Monmouth, Monmouthshire 1839 
Freemasons' Hall, The Parade, Monmouth 1841 



Lowther Arms, Aire Street, Goole, Yorkshire 1839 

Sydney Hotel, „ Goole 1848 

Private Rooms, 4 Ouse Street, n 1872 

Masonic Rooms, Market Hall, Boothferry Road, ir 1883 

Lowther Hotel, Aire Street, n 1891 

Exchange Buildings, Chapel Street, u 1893 



21 Dee. 1838 

Cons, 16 Jan. 1839. 

Warrant of Confirmation, 
10 March 1841. 



26 March 1839 

Cons. 12 July 1839. 

Warrant of Confirmation, 
18 Feb. 1891. 



Simla (Hirsar), 
Benmore Chota Simla, 
New Town Hall, 



Punjab, India 1838 

Simla 1874 

„ 1886 



Castle Hotel, High Street, Ncwcastle-under-Lyme, 

Staffordshire 1 839 



Duke of Sussex, Victoria Street, NewtOn Moor, Cheshire 1839 
Queen's Arms, Victoria Street, Newton Moor 1S55 

White Hart Hotel, Old Road, 11 1880 

Commercial Hotel, Commercial Brow, n 1885 



Haigreaves Arms Hotel, Manchester Road, Accrington, 

Lancashire 1839 



Adelphi Hotel, Dock Street, Leeds, Yorkshire 1839 

Erased "i December 1851. 



Town Hall, St. Peter Street, St. AlbanS, Hertfordshire 1839 
Turf Hotel, Chequer Street, St. Albans 1839 

Erased i June 1853. 



Angel Inn, Upper Fore Street, Edmonton, London 1839 

Erased 3 December 1851. 



Greyhound Inn, High Street, Carshalton, Surrey 1839 

Ship Inn, „ Croydon, u 1842 

Greyhound Hotel, n Croydon 1847 

Kings Arms Hotel, Catherine Street, n 1884 

Greyhound Hotel, High Street, n 1884 



Victoria Tavern, Middle Street, Blpon, Yorkshire 1839 

Mr. Stevenson's, n Ripon 1846 

Erased 3 December 1B56. 



Date of Warrant 
or Constitution. 



26 March 1839 



26 March 1839 

Cons. 26 July 1839. 



26 March 1839 



10 April 1839 

Cons. 20 Sept. 1B39. 



10 April 1839 

Cons. 15 May 1839. 



22 April 1839 

Cons. 26 July 1839. 



26 April 1839 

Cons. 18 May 1839. 



3 May 1839 

Opened u/d in May 1839, 
Cons. 8 July 1839. 



14 July 1839 

Cons. 18 Oct. 1839. 



1832 



1863 



671 



672 



673 



674 



675 



676 



677 



678 



679 



680 



681 



457 



458 



459 



460 



461 



462 



463 



[ 277 ] 



Name of Lodge. 



464 



Lodge of Fellowship. 



Cambrian Lodge. 



465 



Lodge of Good WilL 



Lodge Armenia. 



Trelawney Lodge. 



466 



Lodge of Merit. 



467 



TudOF Lodge. 



468 



Lodge of Light. 



469 



Hundred of Elloe Lodge. 



Places of Meeting. 



New Amsterdam (Bei-bice), British Guiana, 

South America 1839 
Erased 4 June 1862. 



Mariners' Inn, Mariners' Square, Haverfordwest, 

Pembrokeshire 1S40 
Castle Hotel, Castle Square, Haverfordwest 1854 

Mariners' Hotel, Mariners' Square, ir 1866 

Masonic Hall, Picton Place, h 1872 



Bellary(Bellary), 

Masonic Hall, Infantry Road, 



Armenia Street, Madras (Chingleput), 
Erased 4 June 1862. 



Madras, India 1837 
Bellary 1883 



liladras, India 1837 



Falmouth (Trelawney, Cornwall), Jamaica, 

West Indies 1 840 
Erased 4 June 1862. 



Peacock Inn, Market Square, Northampton, 

Morthamptonshi7'e 1 840 

Angel Hotel, Bridge Street, Northampton 1842 

Ram Hotel, Sheep Street, n 1846 

Talbot Hotel, New Street, Oundle, Northamptonshire 1856 

Dolphin Hotel, Oundle 1862 

Lodge Rooms, St. Martin's, Stamford, Northamptonshire 1S65 

George Hotel, 71 St. Martin's, Stamford 1868 



Temple Inn, Waterhead Mill, Saddleworth, Yorkshire 1841 
Red Lion Inn, Bottom of the Moor, Oldham, Lancashire 1857 
Red Lion Inn, Mumps, Oldham 1872 

Freemasons' Hall, Union Street, n 1881 

Red Lion Hotel, Bottom of the Moor, n 1884 

Freemasons' Hall, Union Street, n 1S86 



Athenaeum Rooms, Temple Row, Birmingham, 

Warwickshire 1840 
Dee's Royal Hotel, Temple Row, Birmingham 1842 

Hen and Chickens Hotel, New Street, n 1868 

Great Western Hotel, Monmouth Street, m 1878 



White Hart Inn, Market Place, Spalding, Lincolnshire 1840 

Town Hall, Hall Place, Spalding 1841 

Masonic Hall, New Road, n 1842 

White Hart Assembly Rooms, Market Place, n 1850 

Masonic Hall, Bank Passage, n 1851 

Old Turret, Sheep Market, n 1856 

Masonic Rooms, London Road, n 1868 

Masonic Hall, Pinchbeck Street, n 1880 



Date of Warrant 
or Constitution. 



5 Aug. 1839 



23 Sept. 1839 

Cons. 27 Jan. 1840. 



13 Sept. 1837 

Prov. Warrant. 

9 Jan. 1840 

G.L. Warrant. 



6 Oct. 1837 

Prov. Warrant. 

9 Jan. 1840 

G.L. Warrant, 



9 Jan. 1840 



9 Jan. 1840 

Cons. 24 June 1840. 



9 Jan, 1840 

Cons. TO Feb. 1841. 



10 March 1840 



20 March 1840 

Cons. 19 Feb. 1840. 



1832 



682 



683 



1863 



464 



684 



685 



465 



686 



687 



466 



688 



467 



689 



468 



690 



469 



[ 278 ] 



1 894 



Name of Lodge. 



Lodge of Virtue and Science. 



Albion Lodge. 



471 



Silurian Lodge. 



472 



Lodge of 
Friendship and Sincerity. 



Royal Clarence Lodge. 



473 



Faithful Lodge. 



Lodge of Australia Felix. 



475 



476 



Bedfordshire Lodge of 
St. John the Baptist. 



St. Peter's Lodge. 



Places of Meeting. 



Pine Apple Inn, Vaudrey Street, Stalybridge, Cheshire iS 
Freemasons' Arms, High Street, Stalybridge iS 

Last payvient 1841. Erased in 1847. 



Mrs. Chisholm's Hotel, Provost Street, New GlaSgOW 

(Pictou), Nova Scotia, North America 1838 
Donald Forbes, Provost Street, New Glasgow 1855 

Mr. McKaracher's, Archimedes Street, n 1862 

Machinic Hall, n 1862 

McKenzie's Hall, Forbes Street, n 1865 

Erased I September i86g. 
Now No. 5 on Reg. of G.L. of Nova Scotia. 



Westgate Hotel, Commercial Street, Newport, 

Monmouthshire 1 84 1 
Council Chamber, Town Hall, Newport 1843 

Westgate Hotel, Commercial Street, n 1843 

Masonic Hall, High Street, ip 1 846 

Masonic Hall, Great Dock Street, n 1856 



Town Hall, High Street, Shaftesbury, Dorsetshire 1841 

Grosvenor Arms Hotel, The Commons, Shaftesbury 1867 

Town Hall, High Street, „ 1868 



Wellington Inn, High Street, Bruton, Somersetshire 1841 

Private Room, n Bruton 1843 

Last Meeting 27 July 1851. Erased in 1853. 
Warrant returned. 



Swan with Two Necks, St. Martin's Lane, 

Birmingham, Warwickshire 1841 

Vauxhall Tavern, Vauxhall, Birmingham 1845 

Clarendon Hotel, Temple Street, n 1854 

Assembly Rooms, Old Square, fi 1856 

Masonic Rooms, New Hall Street, tp 1858 

Masonic Hall, New Street, ip 1869 



Mr. Purve's Large Room, Collins Street, Melbourne 

(Bourke), Victoria 1840 
Masonic Lodge Rooms, Melbourne i860 

St. Patrick's Hall, Bourke Street, ,p 1862 

Masonic Hall, Lonsdale Street, pi 1869 

Freemasons' Hall, Collins Street East, pp 1886 

Erased ^ June 1889. 
Now No, I on Reg. of G.L. of Victoria. 



George Hotel, George Street, 
Private Room, Park Street, 
Town Hall, George Street, 



Luton, Bedfordshire 1841 
Luton 1842 



Ivy Bush Plotel, Spilman Street, Carmarthen, 

Carmarthenshire 1841 
Napier Honse, Spilman Street, Carmarthen 1874 

Ivy Bush Royal Hotel, Spilman Street, pp 1885 

Napier House, pt „ 1889 

Masonic Hall, 37 Spilman Street, .p 1889 



Date of Warrant 
or Constitution. 



14 April 1840 



30 April 1840 

Cons. 30 Nov. 1838. 



3 Aug. 1840 

Cons. I Dec. 1841. 



17 Get. 1840 

Cons. II Feb. 1841. 



2 Nov. 1840 

Cons. 6 April 1841. 



25 Jan. 1841 

Cons. 18 March 1841. 



2 April 1841 

Cons. March 1840. 

Warrant of Confirmation, 
5 December 1843. 



4 April 1841 

Cons. 29 July 1841. 



26 April 1841 

Cons. 14 Sept. 1841. 



1832 



691 



1863 



692 



470 



693 



471 



694 



695 



472 



696 



473 



697 



474 



698 



475 



699 



476 



[ 279 ] 



1 894 



Name of Lodge. 



Lodge of Faith, Hope, and Charity. 



477 



Mersey Lodge. 



478 



Churchill Lodge. 

Dormant several years. 
Re-established 27 June 1850. 



St. John's Lodge. 



Royal Sussex Lodge. 



Sussex Lodge. 



481 



St. Peter's Lodge. 



482 



St. James' Lodge. 



St. George's Lodge. 



Places of Meeting. 



London Hotel, 

Royal Oak, Oxenden Street, 

Erased in 1850. 



Dover, A'enl 1 84 1 
Dover 1844 



Market Inn, Market Street, Birkenhead, Clushire 1841 

Angel Hotel, Beckwith Street, Birkenhead 1853 

Masonic Rooms, i Hamilton Square, it 1861 

Masonic Chambers, 55 Argyle Street, n 1873 

II 9 Hamilton Street, m 1880 



Red Lion Inn, Waterside, Henley-On-Thames, 

Oxfordshire 1 84 1 
Masonic Hall, Alfred Street, Oxford, m 1851 

Harcourt Arms Inn, NunehaiH, 11 1852 

Masonic Hall, Alfred Street, Oxford, n 1858 



Rio de Janeiro, Brazil, 

Erased 4 June 1862. 



South America 1841 



Masonic Hall, Harrington Street, Halifax (Halifax), 

Nova Scotia, North America 1841 
Erased i September i86g. 
Now No. 6 on Reg. of G.L. of Nova Scotia, 



Weedon's Buildings, Dorchester Road, DorchestCr 

(Westmorland), New BPUnSWiCk, North America 1840 
Kinnear's Hotel, Market Square, Dorchester 1842 

Mechanics' Institute, Mechanic Street, n 1847 

Erased \ June 1862. Reinstated 2 June 1863. 
Mechanics' Institute, Mechanic Street, Dorchester 1863 

Erased again 9 Aprit i86g. 
Now No. 4 on Reg. of G.L. of New Brunswick. 



Ship Inn, St. Peter's Quay, NeWCastle-upon-Tyne, 

Northum.berland 1 842 
William the Fourth Inn, St. Peter's Quay, 

Newcastle-upon-Tyne 1845 
Hope and Anchor Inn, Catterick's Buildings, Shields Road, 

Byker, Northumherland 1849 
Freemasons' Hall, Bell's Court, Newgate Street, 

Newcastle-upon-Tyne 1869 
Masonic Hall, Maple Street, Newcastle-upon-Tyne 1872 



Crockett's Hotel, " Hen Inn," Holyhead Road, 

HandSWOrth, Staffordshire 1842 
New Inn [Crockett's Hotel re-named], Handsworth 1856 

Masonic Rooms, Wretham Road, n 1879 



Queen's Hotel, Curzon St., Birmingham, Warwickshire 1842 
Erased in 1847. Never Registered any MeiTibers. 



Date of Warrant 
or Constitution. 



26 April 1841 



26 April 1841 

Cons. Sept. 1841. 



26 April 1841 

Cons. II June 1841. 



6 July 1841 



22 Sept. 1841 



5 March 1842 

Cons, in 1840. 



5 March 1842 

Cons, 28 June 1842. 



6 March 1842 

Cons. 25 April 1842. 



29 March 1842 



1832 



1863 



700 



701 



477 



702 



478 



703 



704 



479 



705 



480 



706 



481 



707 



482 



708 



280 



Name of Lodge. 



483 



Lodge of Sympathy. 



Bangalore Cantonment Lodge. 



484 



Lodge of Faith. 



485 



Perth Lodge. 

Western Australia Lodge, 1844. 

Lodge of St. John, 1845. 



Lodge Amity. 



486 



Lodge of Honour and Friendship. 



Lodge St. John. 



487 



Friendly Lodge. 



Portsmouth Lodge. 



488 



St. Helena Lodge. 



Places of Meeting. 



l.itemiy Institute, 



Claiendon Hotel, East Street, 
Wate's Hotel, Milton Place, 
Town Hall, High Street, 
Clarendon Hotel, East Street, 
Old Falcon Irfotel, n 
New Falcon Hotel, West Street, 
Old Falcon Hotel, East Street, 
New Falcon Hotel, West Street, 
Royal Clarendon Hotel, East Street, 



Milton, next Gravesend, Kent 



Gravesend 
Milton 
Gravesend 



1842 
185. 

■853 
1859 



1880 



1890 



Bangalore (Mysore, Native State), Madras, India 1840 

Ceased to meet, through paucity of members, in 1848. Re-opened 
185T. In abeyance same year and never revived. 

Erased 4 Jttne 1862. 



Horse and Jockey, Church Street, Newton-le- 

WillOWS, Lancashire 1842 
Gerard's Arms Hotel, Gerard Street, Ashton-in- 

Makerfleld, Lancashire 1845 



Lodge Room, Perth (Perth), Western Amtralia 1842 

Masonic Hall, Hay Street, Perth 1869 

United with " Perth Lodge of Unity " No's^"^ \_No. 753, ofi May 
1845], in 1879. 

Masonic Hall, Howick Street, Perth 1881 



Bridgetown, Island of Barbados, West indies 1842 

Closed " during pleasure " by Bro. James Fraser in 1847 or 1848, 
re-opened by him about five years afterward ; finally closed and 
warrant returned toG.L. about 1854. 

Erased 4 June 1862. 



Assembly Rooms, West Street, Blandford, Dorsetshire 1842 
Erased 1 December i^^t.^ 



Calcutta, 

Scotch Masonic Hall, 10 Sudder Street, 
Freemasons' Hall, 48 Cossitollah, 
Plassy Gate, Fort William, 



Bengal, India 1842 

Calcutta 1862 

M 1865 

M 1873 



King's Head Inn, Market Hill, Barnsley, Yorkshire 1842 
Erased 3 December 1851. 



Quebec Hotel, Broad Street, Portsmouth, Hampshire 1843 

Lodge Rooms, 36 High Street, Portsmouth 1844 

11 136 M „ 1851 

Masonic Hall, St. Mary Street, u 1861 

ri Highbury Street, „ 1879 



James Town, Island of St. Helena, West Coast of 

Africa 
Masonic Hall, Napoleon Street, James Town, St. Helena 1845 



Date of Warrant 
or Constitution. 



29 March 1842 

Cons, 22 June 1842. 



7 July 1842 

Cons. 20 Jan. 1840. 



7 July 1842 

Cons. 27 Oct. 1842. 



20 Aug. 1842 



7 Sept. 1842 



8 Sept. 1842 



8 Sept. 1842 

Warrants of Confirmation 

I Jan, 1874 and 

14 April 1887. 



1 Oet. 1842 



27 Feb, 1843 

Cons. T2 April 1843. 



6 April 1843 

Duplicate Warrant 

_ 3 May 1845. 

' Original Papers lost.' 



1832 



1863 



709 



483 



710 



711 



712 



484 



485 



713 



714 



715 



486 



716 



717 



487 



718 



488 



28l 



1894 



489 



Name of Lodge. 



Lodge of Benevolence. 



491 



492 



Goderich Union Lodge, 



Kindred Hope Lodge. 



Royal Sussex Lodge. 



St. John's Lodge. 



Places of Meeting.. 



493 



Royal Lebanon Lodge. 



494 



495 



Lodge of Virtue and Honour. 



North Hants Lodge. 



Wakefield Lodge, 



496 



497 



Lodge of 
Peace and Harmony. 



Social Friendship Lodge. 



Date of Warrant 
or Constitution. 



Piivate Room [late Commercial Reading Room], 

Bideford, Devonshire 1843 

Newroundland Hotel, The Quay, Bideford, prior to 1S73 

Masonic Rooms, g Grenville Street, Bideford 1874 

Masonic Hall, Bridgeland Street, „ 18S0 

New Masonic Hall, n ir 1894 



Goderich (Huron), Canada West, Ontario 1843 

Erased^ Warrant retltmed, 5 October 1870. 



Nusseerabad (Myminsingh), Bengal, Imlia 1843 

III abeyance 21 March 1849. Erased in 1853. 



Hotel de Paris, Jersey, Chxnnel Islands 1843 

Masonic Hall, Museum Street, Jersey 1846 

Masonic Temple, Stopford Road, n 1865 



Friendly Alley, Nevis Street, St. John, Island of 

Antigua, West Indies 1843 

Reagan's Alley, St. Mary's Street, St. John, Antigua 1847 

Cvntis's House, Thames Street, n n 1850 

W. H. Davey's House, n n n 1858 

Masonic Temple, Nevis Street, n n 1S76 



Freemasons' Plall, Eastgate Street, Gloucester, 

Gloucestershire 1844 
Booth Hall Hotel, Westgate Street, Gloucester i860 

Lower George Inn, n n 1862 

Spread Eagle Hotel, Northgate Street, <i 1866 

liell Hotel, Southgate Street, u 1884 



George Hotel, Axminster, Devonshire 1844 

Masonic Hall, Trinity Square, Axminster 1S84 



Thirty-seventh Regiment 1844 

Erased ^ Ju7ie 1862. 



Private Room, Thornhill Street, Wakefield, Yorkshire 1844 

Old Rectory House, Zetland Street, Wakefield 1853 

Masonic Hall, 1. n 1859 

Bull Hotel, Westgate, n 1880 

New Masonic Hall, Zetland Street, u 1880 



Queen's Head Inn, Fore Street, St. AuStCll, Cornwall 1844 
White Hart Hotel, Church Street, St. Austell 1855 

Masonic Hall, Cross Lane, n 1874 



Eighty-ninth Regiment of Foot 1844 

l^asco's Hotel, St. Paul Street, Montreal, Canada East, 

Quebec 1844 
St. Paul's Lodge Room, Notre Dame Street and 

Dalhousie Square, , Montreal 1 85 1 

89th Royal Irish Fusiliers, Masonic Hall, Highbury 

Street, . Portsmouth, Hampshire 1884 



15 May 1843 

Cons. Sept. 1843. 



6 June 1843 



28 Aug. 1843 



2 Oct. 1843 

Cons. Dec. 1843. 



2 Oct. 1843 



1832 



14 Feb. 1844 

Cons. 7 May 1844. 



14 Feb. 1844 

Cons. 29 May 1844. 



15 Feb. 1844 



1 March 1844 

Cons. 10 April 1844. 



1 March 1844 

Cons. 6 July 1844. 



21 March 1844 

Cons. i6 May 1844. 



719 



1863 



489 



720 



721 



722 



490 



491 



723 



492 



724 



493 



725 



726 



727 



494 



495 



728 



729 



496 



497 



36 



282 



Name of Lodge. 



Royal Standard Lodge. 



Zetland Lodge. 



St. Andrew's Lodge of Cape 
Breton. 

St. Andrew's Lodge, 1872. 



Barton Lodge. 
No. ID Athol Provincial. 



Lodge St. Andrew. 



Boyal Sussex Lodge. 

In abeyance 1859-62. 



Pilgrim Lodge. 



Lodge of Faith, Hope, and 
Charity. 



Rohilla Star Lodge. 

In abeyance from Sept. 1850. 



Places of Meeting. 



Lion Hotel, High St., Kidderminster, Worcestershire 1844 
Private Room [House of Dr. Kodeii, W.M.], in the 

Horse Fair, Kidderminster 1845 

Assembly Rooms, Lion Hotel, High Street, n 1845 

Masonic Hall [Atheiia;um], High Street, « 1847 

Dudley Arms Hotel, Market St., Dudley, Worcesitrshire 185 1 



Montreal (Montreal), Canada East, Quebec 1S44 

Tetu's Hotel, Great St. James and St. Peter Streets, 

Montreal 1845 
Freemasons' Hall, Notre Dame Street and 

Dalhousie Square, n 1850 

Murphy's Hotel, Notre Dame and Gosford Streets, n 1852 
Took Warrant No. 15 from G.L. of Canada, 26 Nov. 1855. 
Erased ^ June 1862. 
Now No. 12 on Reg. of G.L. of Quebec. 



Sydney, Cape Breton, Nova Seotia, North America 1844 

Freemasons' Hall, Sydney, Cape Breton 1872 

Erased in 1883. 
Now No. 7 on Reg. of G.L. of Nova Scotia. 



Hamilton (Township of Barton, Wentworth), 

Canada West, Ontario ] 

Granted a Warrant of Confirmation in 1844, the Lodge having been 
constituted under a Dispensation from the Prov. G.M. of Upper 
Canada, on 20 November 1795. 

Erased in 1861. 
Now No. 6 on Reg. of G.L. of Canada in Ontario. 



795 



Kamptee (Nagpur), 

75 Bungalow, 
Masonic Hall, 



Central Provinces, India 1835 

Kamptee 1880 

n 1892 



Victoria, Hong Kong (Quang-tung), China 1845 

Canton (Quang-tung), „ jg^s 

Masonic Hall, Canton Road, Shanghai (Kiang-su), n 1863 

II The Bund, Shanghai 1867 



Futehgurh (Allahabad), N. W. Provitices, India 1844 

Placed in abeyance 1845, did not work afterwards. 
Erased, iVarrant surrendered, 24 June 18$^. 



Lodge Room, Agra (Agra), A'. W. Provinces, India 1843 

Masonic Hall, Agra 1844 

Last payvieni 1848. Erased in 1858. 



Bareilly (Rohilcund), N. ir. Provinces, India 1843 

Last payment 1846. IVarrant returned 27 December 1S52. 
Erased in 1858. 



Date of Warrant 
or Constitution. 



4 April 1844 

Cons. 12 June 1844. 



20 April 1844 

Warrant of Confirmation, 
12 December 1854. 



28 Aug. 1844 



20 Nov. 1795 

Prov. Warrant. 

28 Aug. 1844 

G.L. Warrant. 



16 Oet. 1835 

Prov. Warrant. 
Cons. 26 Oct. 1835. 

18 Sept. 1844 

G.L. Warrant. 



18 Sept. 1844 



16 Oet. 1844 



16 Oet. 1844 

Cons. 19 June 1R43. 



16 Oet. 1844 

Cons. 18 Oct. 1843. 



1832 



730 



1863 



498 



731 



732 



499 



733 



734 



500 



735 



501 



736 



737 



738 



[ 283 ] 



i894 



Name of Lodge. 



502 



Lodge of Rectitude. 



Lodge Kilwinning in the East. 



503 



504 



Belvedere Lodge. 



Berkhampstead Lodge. 



Lodge of Harmony of South 
Australia. 

Lodge of Harmony, 1870. 



506 



607 



Mundy Grove Lodge. 



Lodge of United Pilgrims. 



Medcalf Lodge. 



Friendship and Harmony Lodge, 



Places op Meeting. 



Spread Eagle Motel, Marketplace, Rugby, Warwickshire 1845 

George Hotel, n Rugby 1850 

Town Hall, High Street, „ 187 1 

Masonic Hall, Albert Street, „ 1888 



Wellington Square, Calcutta, Bengal, India 1843 

Fort William, Calcutta 1844 

A resuscitation of No. 845 of 23 Dec. 1826. See page 265. 
Erased in 1862. 



Star Hotel, High Street, 
Freemasons' Hall, Brewer Street, 



Maidstone, Kent 1844 

Maidstone 1882 



King's Arms Hotel, High Street, Berkhampstead, 

Hertfordshire 1845 

King's Head Hotel, High Street, Berkhampstead i860 

King's Arms Hotel, 11 n 1874 



Freemasons' Tavern, Pirie Street, Adelaide (Adelaide), 

South Australia 1844 
Masonic Hall, North Terrace, Adelaide 1855 

London Inn, Flinders Street, n 1863 

Masonic Hall, Rundle Street, u 1869 

Prince Alfred Hotel, King William Street, n 1870 

Odd Fellows' Hall, n 1873 

Eagle Chambers, King William Street, n 1877 

Freemasons' Hall, Flinders Street, ir 1881 

Erased -i June 1885. 
Now No. 3 on Reg. of G.L. of South Australia. 



Boat Inn, 



Shipley Gate, Derbyshire 1844 



Pilgrim Tavern, Upper Kennington Lane, Kennington, 

London 1845 

Clayton Arms, Kennington Oval, Kennington, n 1848 

Horns Tavern, Kennington Park Road, 11 n 1854 

Manor House Tavern, Penton Place, n fi 1855 

Surrey Club, Kennington Oval, 11 n 1862 

Durham Arms, Harleyford Road, n 11 1865 

Horns Tavern, Kennington Park Road, 11 n 1866 
Surrey Masonic Hall, Camberwell New Road, 

Camberwell, n 1876 

Bridge House Hotel, London Bridge, Southwark, n 1882 



Savanna-la-mar (Westmoreland, Cornwall), 

Jamaica, West Indies 1845 
Erased 4 June 1862. 



Lucea (Hanover, Cornwall), Jamaica, West Indies 1845 
Erased if June 1862. 



10 Dee. 1844 

Cons. 9 Feb. 1844. 

Warrant of Confirmation. 
22 August 1853. 



Date of Warrant 
or Constitution. 



16 Oet. 1844 

Cons. 13 Jan. 1845. 



16 Oet. 1844 

Cons. 13 Dec. 1843. 



26 Oet. 1844 

Cons. 3 Dec. 1844. 



4 Dee. 1844 

Cons. I Jan. 1845. 



27 Dee. 1844 

Cons. 28 Sept. 1844. 



27 Dee. 1844 

Cons. 14 March 1845. 



26 Feb. 1845 



26 Feb. 1845 



1832 



739 



1863 



502 



740 



741 



503 



742 



504 



743 



505 



744 



745 



506 



507 



746 



747 



[ 284 ] 



Name of Lodge. 



508 



Zetland Lodge. 
Lodge Zetland in the East, 



509 



Tees Lodge. 



510 



St. Martin's Lodge. 



511 



Prince Edwin's Lodge. 



Zetland Lodge. 



Perth Lodge of Unity. 



Union et Concordia Lodge. 



615 



Victoria Lodge. 
Royal Victoria Lodge, 1859. 



Zetland Lodge. 



516 



Phoenix Lodge, 



Places of Meeting. 



Masonic Rooms, North Bridge Road, Singapore, 

Malay Peninsula, East Indies 1845 

Masonic Hall, The Esplanade, Singapore 1856 

United with " Lodge of Fidelity " No. 740 [No. 1042 0/2 April 
1858], in 1867. 



Masonic Hall, Coleman Street, 



Singapore 1S81 



Black Lion Hotel, High Street, StOCkton-On-TeeS, 

Ditrhavi 1845 
Town Hall Hotel, n Stockton-on-Tees 1848 

Black Lion Hotel, fr n 1852 

Masonic Rooms, Masons' Court, n 1859 

Freemasons' Hall, Wellington Road, n :875 



Fountain Inn, Parade, 
Private Room, Church Street, 
London Inn, West Street, 
Masonic Hall, Parade, 



Liskeard, Cornwall 1S45 

Liskeard 1850 

IT 1851 

M 1872 



White Lion Inn, Broad Street, Eye, Suffolk 1845 

Did Tiot meet after 1852. Erased 7 September 1859. 



Gloucester Arms Tavern, Grosvenor Road, Kensington, 

London 1845 

Adam and Eve Tavern, Kensington Road, 

Kensington, n 1S49 

King's Arras Hotel, High Street, Kensington, m 1859 

Campden Arms Tavern, Campden Street, n it 1862 

Anderton's Hotel, Fleet Street, ti 1868 



Perth (Perth), 



Western Australia 1845 



Unitedwith "LodgeofSt.John^^^No. 485 [No. 712, of -zq August 
1842], in 1879. 



West Street, Kingston (Kingston, Surrey), Jamaica, 

IVest Indies 1845 
Lodge Rooms, Princess Street, Kingston 1846 

Sussex Hall, Port Royal Street, n 1856 

Ceased to jneet in 1868. Erased 21 September 1885. 



Kingstown, Island of St. Vincent, West indies 1 845 

Erased 3 April 1869. 



Masonic Hall, Valotta, Malta 1846 

II 43 Strada Zaccaria, Valetta 1849 

II 78 Strada Forni, „ 1862 

11 27 Strada Stretta, 1, 1870 



Assembly Rooms, Market Place, StOWmarket, Suffolk 1845 
Fox Hotel, Ipswich Street, Stowmarket 1845 



Date of Warrant 
or Constitution. 



26 Feb. 1845 



26 Feb. 1845 

Cons. 10 Nov. 1845. 



5 March 1845 

Cons. 20 May 1845. 



4 March 1845 

Cons. 22 May 1845. 



3 May 1845 

Cons, g July 1845. 



3 May 1845 



20 May 1845 

Cons. 28 July 1845. 



11 June 1845 

Cons. 23 Oct. 1845. 



7 July 1845 

Cons, s Feb. ^846. 



17 July 1845 

Cons. 24 Sept. 1845, 



1832 



748 



1863 



508 



749 



509 



750 



510 



751 



752 



511 



753 



512 



754 



513 



755 



756 



514 



515 



757 



516 



[ 285 ] 



i894 



Name of Lodge. 



New Zealand Pacific Lodge. 



St. Mark's Lodge. 



Lodge Fraternity & Perseverance. 

Placed in abeyance 24 June 1854. 
Resuscitated 27 Dec. 1858. 



Lodge Star of Hope, 



Albion Lodge. 



521 



Lodge of Truth. 



Solomon's Lodge. 



623 



Roden Lodge. 



John of Gaunt Lodge. 



Places of Meeting. 



Southern Cross Hotel, Willis Street, Wellington, 

(Hutt), Wdliiiglon, \ew Zenlami 1842 

Barratt's Hotel, Larabton Quay, Wellington 1851 

Masonic Hall, Boulcott Street, n 186S 

Erased by Dist, G.L. 11 yiinitmy iBg^. Confirmed by G.L, 
5 Sept. 1894. 

Now No. 2 on Reg. of G.L. of New Zealand. 



Watt's Building, corner Adolphus and Water Streets, 

St. Andrews (charlotte), New Bpunswlek, 

North America 1845 
Kennedy's Hotel, corner Frederick and Water Streets, n 1852 
Fitzsimmons Hotel, Water Street, ir i860 

Erased 9 April i86g. 
Now No. s on Reg. of G.L. of New Brunswick. 



Benares (Benares), N. IV. Provinces, India 1845 

Not in Lists for 1858-1859. 



Benares 



Erased 6 September 1886. 



i860 



Agra (Agra), N. IV. Provinces, India 1844 

United with Lodge " Good Feelnig," Ko. B22 [f/21 April 1849I, 

2i, J 11 lie 1850. 

Erased 6 September 1886. 



Castries, Island of St. Lueia, 

Albion Masonic Hall, 



West Indies 1845 
St. Lucia 1848 



" Proceedings of this Lodge commenced in June 1845, under a 
Warrant, wliich has been delivered up to be cancelled. Proceedings 
from that date declared valid. " G.L. Warrant Book. 

Erased ^ lime 1862. 



White Hart Inn, Cloth Hall Street, Huddersfleld, 

Yorkshire 1845 

George Hotel, Market Place, Huddersfleld 1850 

Rose and Crown Hotel, Kirkgate, n 1851 

Freetnasons' Hall, Fitzwilliam Street, n 1855 



Gardiner's Hotel, Queen Street, Frederieton (York), 

New Brunswick, North America iS 
Kelly's Inn, Carleton Street, Frederieton iS 

Masonic Irlall, York Street, 11 iS 

Erased g April 18^9. 
Now No. 6 on Reg. of G.L. of New Brunswick. 



Masonic Rooms, High Street Wem, Shropshire 1846 

Last return 1846. Erased 7 September 1859. 



The Exchange, Market Place, Leicester, Leicestershire 1846 
Three Crowns Hotel, (Jallowtree Gate, Leicester 1846 

Freemasons' Hall, Halford Street, n 1859 



Date of Warrant 
or Constitution. 



1832 



1863 



9 Sept. 1842 

Prov. Warrant. 

29 July 1845 

G.L. Warrant. 



758 



517 



9 Aug. 1845 

Cons. 5 Nov. 1845. 



759 



518 



9 Aug. 1845 

Cons. 24 June 1845. 



9 Aug-. 1845 

Cons. 14 Aug. 1844. 



25 Oct. 1845 

Cons. June 1845. 



760 



519 



761 



520 



762 



3 Dee. 1845 

Cons. 4 Dec. 1845. 



763 



521 



1 Jan. 1846 



764 



522 



27 Feb. 1846 



6 March 1846 

Cons. 26 March 1846. 



765 



766 



523 



286 



Name of Lodge. 



Carleton Union Lodge. 



525 



526 



Zetland Lodgre. 



Lodge of Honour. 



Midian Lodge. 



Lodge of Integrity. 



Places of Meeting. 



Dunham's Building, King Street, Carleton, St. John 

(St. John), New Brunswick:, North America \l 
Littlehale's Hall, King Street, Carleton, St. John iS 

Erased g April 1869. 
Now No. 8 on Reg. of G.L. of New Brunswick. 



Victoria, Hong Kong (Quang-tung), China 1846 

Freemasons' Hall, Zetland Street, Victoria, Hong Kong 1853 



Mechanics' Institute, Queen Street, WolVOPhampton, 

Staffordshire 1846 
Swan Hotel, High Green, Wolverhampton 1852 

Star and Garter Hotel, Victoria Street, „ 1858 

Swan Hotel, Queen Square, ,1 1863 

Peacock Hotel, Snow Hill, 1, 1877 

Star and Garter Hotel, Victoria Street, n 1878 



Perkins Hotel, Kingston Square, Kingston (Kings), 

New Brunswick, North America 1847 

Temperance Hotel, Public Road, Kingston 1857 

Flewelling Building, Private Road, Clifton (Kings) 1859 

Masonic Hall, Public Road, Clifton 1864 

Erased g April 1869. 

Now No. 9 on Reg. of G.L. of New Brunswick. 



In the Fourteenth Regiment of Foot, at Free- 
masons' Hall, Harrington Street, Halifax 

(Halifax), Nova Scotia, North America 

At Citadel Barracks, Plymouth, Daioiuhire 

Barracks, Newport, Monmouthshit e 

Fulwood Barracks, Preston, Lancashire 

Barracks, Athlone, Roscommon cs^ Westmeath, Ireland 
Linen Hall Barracks, Dublin, Dublin, Ireland 

Royal Barracks, Dublin 

New Barracks, LimePlck, Limerick, Ireland 

Castle Barracks, Limerick 

Floriana Barracks, Fort Mansel, Ittalta 

Sebastopol, Russia 

Balaclava, „ 

Isole Barracks, Fort St. Elmo, Malta 

The Citadel, Corfu, Ionian Isles 

Newcastle (St. Andrews, Surrey), Jamaica, W.I. 

SpanishTown (St. Catherine, Middlesex), Jamaica 

Barracks, Aldershot, Hampshire 

Clarence Barracks, Portsmouth, „ 

Cork, Cork, Ireland 

Floriana Barracks, Fort Mansel, Malta 



Pembroke Camp, 
Cawnpore (Allahabad), 

Fort William, Calcutta, 
Sitapur (Oudh), 
Lucknow (Oudh), 
Ranikhet (Almora), 
Aden, 



Malta 
N. IV. Provinces, India 

Bengal, u 
N. ]V. Rroiinces, „ 



Bengal, 



Arabia 



Parkhurst Barracks, Newport, /. of Wight, Hampshire 
Portland, Dorsetshire 

Barracks, Aldershot, Hampshire 

Bradford, Yorkshire 

Castlebar, Mayo, Ireland 

Galway, Cahmy, 

Dublin, Dublin, „ 

Fermoy, Cork, 

Last payment 1864. Ceased working in 1890. 
Erased i August 1890. 



1847 
1849 
1850 
1850 
1851 
1851 
1852 
1852 

1854 
1856 
1856 
1856 
1856 
i860 
1 861 
1865 
i865 
1867 
1867 
1S68 
1868 
1871 
1874 
1876 
1877 
1878 
1879 
1881 
1882 
1882 
1883 
18S4 
1886 
1888 



Date of Warrant 
or Constitution. 



21 March 1846 

Cons, 24 June 1846. 



1832 



767 



1863 



524 



21 March 1846 



768 



525 



25 AprU 1846 

Cons. 17 Aug. 1846. 



769 



526 



18 May 1846 

Cons. 26 Jan. 1847. 



17 June 1846 

Cons. 20 Oct. 1846. 



770 



527 



771 



528 



[ 287 ] 



1 894 



529 



Name of Lodge. 



Lodge Semper Fidelis. 



Lodge of Australasia. 



531 



St. Helen's Lodge. 

The W.M. wears (by Dispensation) a 
Small Collar and Jewel, presented by 
the Lodge of Amenite, Havre, France. 



Dorchester Lodge. 



533 



Prevost Lodge. 



Eaton Lodge. 



534, 



Polish National Lodge. 

special Jewel, 1846. 



St. John's Lodge. 



Union Lodge of Portland. 



Tasmanian Union Lodge. 



Places of Meeting. 



Reindeer Hotel, Mealcheapen Street, Worcester, 

iVorcssiershh-e 1846 

Town Hall, High Street, Worcester 1848 

Crown Hotel, Kroad Street, n 1848 

Masonic Hall, 95 High Street, 11 1887 



Melbourne (Bourke), Victoria 1846 

Masonic Hall, Lonsdale Street, Melbourne 1869 

Freemasons' Hall, Collins Street East, n 1886 

Erased '^ June i88g. 
Now No. 3 on Reg. of G.L. of Victoria. 



King's Head Hotel, High Street, HartlepOOl, Durham 1846 
Masonic Hall, Regent Square, Hartlepool 1858 



West Bank of River RicheUeu, St. JohnS (St. Johns), 

Canada East, Quebec 1843 
Erased 29 March 1881. 
Now No. 4 on Re^. of G.L. of Quebec. 



Dunham (Missisquoi), Canada East, Quebec 1844 

Erased 4 Jitne 1862. 
Now No. 8 on Reg. of G.L. of Quebec. 



Golden Lion Inn, High Street, 
Bull's Head Inn, Mill Street, 
Lion and Swan, Swan Bank, 
Masonic Hall, Mill Street, 



CongletOn, Cheshire 1 846 
Congleton 1855 

1877 
1878 



Freemasons' Tavern, Great Queen Street, 
Freemasons' Hall, n 



London 1847 
„ 1865 



York, Grand River (Haldimand), Canada West, Ontario 1845 
Erased 4 June 1862. 



Macready's Hall, Main Street, Portland (St. John), 

New Brunswick, North America 1846 
Bro. Marshall's Hall, Princess Street, St. John 1853 

Judge Ritchie's Building, n n 1856 

Erased q April 1869. 
Now No. 10 on Reg. of G.L. of New Brunswick. 



Freemasons' Hotel, Hobart, Tasmania 1844 

Waterloo Hotel, Hobart 1847 

Freemasons' Hall, Collins Street, m 1849 

Bastian's Hotel, Argyle Street, 11 1859 

Freemasons' Hall, Collins Street, n 1861 

II Murray Street, n 1875 

Erased 3 Septeviber i8go. 

Now No. 3 on Reg. of G.L. of Tasmania. 



Date of Warrant 
or Constitution. 



4 July 1846 

Cons. 7 Sept. 1846. 



4 July 1846 



1 Aug. 1846 

Cons. II Sept. 1846. 



4 April 1843 

Prov. Warrant. 

1 Aug. 1846 

G.L. Warrant. 



8 July 1844 

Prov. Warrant. 

8 Aug. 1846 

G.L. Warrant. 



27 Aug. 1846 

Cons. 2 Sept. 1846. 



28 Aug. 1846 

Cons. 17 June 1847. 



17 May 1845 

Prov. Warrant. 

23 Sept. 1846 

G.L. Warrant. 



3 Nov. 1846 



1832 



1863 



772 



529 



773 



530 



774 



531 



775 



532 



776 



777 



533 



29 June 1844 

Prov. Warrant. 

30 Nov. 1846 

G.L. Warrant. 

Warrant of Confirmation, 
24 Oct. 1861. 



778 



779 



780 



534 



535 



781 



536 



288 



1 894 


Name of Lodge. 


Places of Meeting. 


Date of Warrant 
or Constitution. 


1832 


1863 


537 


Zetland Lodge. 


Park Hotel, Charing Cross, Birkenhead, Cheshire 1847 
Monk's Ferry Hotel, Ivy Street, Birkenhead 1853 
Park Hotel, Charing Cross, ip 1858 
Clarendon Hotel, Chester Street, m 1863 
Masonic Chambers, i Hamilton Square, n 1866 
Castle Hotel, New Chester Road, u 1867 
Masonic Chambers, 9 Hamilton Square, m 1868 
Lodge Rooms, 55 Argyle Street, n 1874 
Masonic Chambers, 9 Hamilton Square, n 1880 


22 Jan. 1847 

Cons. April 1847. 


782 


537 




Pelham Pillar Lodge. 


Private Room, Burgess Street, Great Grimsby, 

Lincolnshire 1847 

Although in the Lists for 5 years, the Warrant never appears to have 
been issued. 

Erased in 1852. 


22 Jan. 1847 


783 


■• 


538 


Lodge la Tolerance. 


Freemasons' Tavern, Great Queen Street, London 1847 
Freemasons' Hall, n n 1865 


22 Jan. 1847 

Cons. 2 March 1847. 


784 


538 




Ancholme Lodge. 


Coney Court, Brlgg, Lincolnshire 1848 
Last return 1852. Erased, having ceased to meet. 
Warrant returned 10 February 1859. 


31 March 1847 

Cons. II Jan. 1848. 


785 


•• 


539 


Lodge of St. Matthew. 


George Hotel, Digbeth, Walsall, Staffordshire 1847 
New Inn, Park Street, Walsall 1848 
St. Matthew's Hall, Lichfield Street, n 1853 
Dragon Hotel, High Street, n i860 


31 March 1847 

Cons, t6 April 1847. 


786 


539 


540 


Stuart Lodge. 


Swan Hotel, High Street, Bedford, Bedfordshire 1847 
George Hotel, n Bedford 1854 
Swan Hotel, h 1, 1861 


8 May 1847 

Cons. 24 Nov. 1847. 


787 


540 




Royal Burnham Lodge. 


Star Inn, High Street, Burnham, Essex 1847 
Erased 5 June i86t. 


8 May 1847 

Cons. 22 July 1847. 


788 


•• 




Zetland Lodge. 


Toronto (York), Canada IVesi, Ontario 1847 
Lapsed be/ore 1858. Erased 4 Ju}te 1862. 


17 May 1847 


789 






Richmond Lodge. 


Richmond Hill (York), Canada West, Ontario 1847 
Erased ^ June 1862. 
Now No. 23 on Reg. of G.L. of Canada in Ontario. 


17 May 1847 


790 


•• 




St. George's Lodge. 


St. Catherines (Lincoln), Canada West, Ontario 1847 
Erased in 1857. Warrant retnrned. 


17 May 1847 


791 


•• 




Zetland Lodge. 


Meerut (Meerut), N. IV. Provinces, India 1847 

United ■with " Lodge of Hope" No. 596 \_ofii May 1833I, in 
August 1851. 


7 Aug. 1847 


792 


•• 



[ 289 ] 



i894 
541 



Name of Lodge. 



542 



543 



546 



Lodge de Loraine. 



Lodge Philanthropy. 



Cleveland Lodge. 



St. John's Lodge. 



St. Francis Lodge. 



Ionic Lodge. 



Unity Lodge. 



Ontario Lodge of Port Hope. 



Geelong Lodge of Unity and 
Prudence. 



Rural Lodge. 



Etruscan Lodge. 



Places of Meeting. 



Royal Hotel, Grainger Street East, Neweastle-upon- 

Tyne, Northumberland 1847 
Joiners' Hall, Blackett Street, Newcastle-upon-Tyne 1853 

Freemasons' Hall, Grainger Street, 11 1874 

Ducrow Inn, Shakespeare Street, n 1893 



Maulmain (Tenasserim), 

Lodge Room, Tavoyzoo, 

The Castle, 

Masonic Temple, Dalhousie Road, 



British Burma, East Indies 1 847 
Maulmain 1864 



Golden Lion, Market Place, 
Masonic Hall, West Row, 



StOkesley, Yorkshire 1 847 
Stokesley 1894 



Date of Warrant 
or Constitution. 



Carleton Place (Lanark), Canada West, Ontario 1847 

Erased j2 June 1872. 
Now No. 63 on Reg. of G.L. of Canada in Ontario. 



Smith's Falls (Lanark), Canada West, Ontario 1847 

Erased 4 June 1862. 
Now No. 24 on Reg. of G.L. of Canada in Ontario. 



Toronto (York), Canada West, Ontario 1847 

Erased in 1857. 
Now No. 25 on Reg. of G.L. of Canada in Ontario. 



Whitby (Ontario), Canada West, Ontario 1847 

Erased 4 June 1862. 



Port Hope (Durham), Canada West, Ontario 1847 

Erased in 1857. 
Now No. 26 on Reg. of G.L. of Canada in Ontario. 



Royal Hotel, Yarra Street, Geclong (Grant), Victoria 1848 

Royal Hotel, Malop Street, Geelong 1849 

Masonic Hall, Union Street, n 1850 

„ Malop Street, it 1872 

„ Yarra Street, 11 1887 

Erased 5 June 1889. 

Now No. 5 on Reg. of G.L. of Victoria. 



National School Room, ChardstOCk, Dorsetshire 1848 

Erased in 1855. 



Crown and Anchor Inn, Market Place, Lane End, 

Staffordshire 1847 
Town Hall, Market Place, Longton, ■■ 1848 

Masonic Hall, Caroline Street, Longton 1870 



7 Aug. 1847 

Cons. 22 Dec. 1847. 



7 Aug. 1847 

Warrants of Confirmation 

22 January 1864, and 

30 June 1873. 



17 Aug. 1847 

Cons. 7 Oct. 1847. 



31 Aug. 1847 



31 Aug. 1847 



31 Aug. 1847 



31 Aug. 1847 



31 Aug. 1847 



1832 



13 Oct. 1847 

Cons. 26 Oct. 1848. 



13 Oct. 1847 

Cons. 3 Aug. 1848. 



793 



794 



795 



796 



797 



798 



799 



800 



801 



1863 



13 Oct. 1847 803 

Cons. 18 Nov. 1847. 



802 



541 



542 



543 



544 



545 



546 



37 



290 



IS94 



Name of Lodge. 



Maitland Lodge of Unity. 



548 



Wellington Lodge. 



549 



Castle Martin Lodge. 



Lodge St. George of Bombay. 
Lodge St. George, 1872. 



551 



Lodge Amistad Unlda. 



YarboFOUgh Lodge. 



552 



Morning Star Lodge. 



Woodstock Lodge. 



554 



Yarborough Lodge. 



Places of Meeting. 



Hotel, High Street, West Maitland [now Maitland], 

(Northumberland), New South Wales 1840 
Masonic Hall, High Street, West Maitland 1876 

II Victoria Street, m 1885 

Erased 5 December 1888. 
Now No. 4 on Reg. of G.L. of New South Wales. 



Bull Inn, High Street, Lewish.am, 
Sydney Arms, Lewisham Road, Deptford, 
Railway Tavern, Catford Bridge, Lewisham, 
Roebuck Inn, High Street, u 

Bull Tavern, m m 

Lord Duncan Tavern, Broadway, Deptford, 

Clarendon Arms, Upper Lewisham Road, n 
Wickham Arms, Brockley Lane, n 

White Swan Tavern, High Street, u 

City Terminus Hotel, Cannon Street, 



London 1848 

„ 1849 

M T85O 

„ 1855 

„ 1857 

M 1858 

II 1862 

I, 1864 

I, 1865 



Lion Hotel, Main Street, Pembroke, Pembrokeshire 1848 
Erased 7 September 1859. 



Bombay (Bombay), 

Masonic Hall, Nesbit Road, Mazagon, 
II Clare Road, Byculla, 

II Nesbit Road, Mazagon, 

Freemasons' Hall, Clare Road, Byculla, 



Bombay, India 1848 

Bombay 1869 

1877 

II 1881 



Santa Martha (Magdalena), New Granada [now in 

the United States of Columbia], South America 18 
Last return 1857. Erased k June iZ'^^, 



Freemasons' Hall, High Street, Ventnor, Isle of Wight, 

Hampshire 1 848 

Alto House, Church Street, Ventnor 1865 

Masonic Hall, 32 High Street, n 1876 

II Church Street, n iSgi 



LueknOW (Oudh), N. W. Provinces, India 1848 

Lodge Rooms in Huzrutgunge, Lucknow 1863 

Freemasons' Hall, Havelock Street, 1, 1881 



Grover Hotel, King Street, Woodstoek (Carleton), 

New Brunswick, North America 1847 
Connell House, Main Street, Woodstock 1847 

Nelson House, n „ 1848 

Peiley's Building, n h 1849 

Leary's Building, King Street, n 1853 

Erased 9 April i86g. 
Now No. n on Reg. of G.L. of New Brunswick. 



George Tavern, Commercial Road East, London 1848 

Green Dragon, Spring Garden Place, Stepney, w 1863 

London Tavern, Fenchurch Street, n 1S93 



Date of Warrant 
or Constitution. 



22 Oct. 1847 

Cons, in 1840. 



2 Dee. 1847 

Cons. 20 Jan. 1848. 



3 Jan. 1848 



3 Feb. 1848 

Warrant ofConfirmation, 

23 September 1856. 

(Original Warrant 

stolen). 



3 Feb, 1848 



28 Feb. 1848 



29 Feb. 1848 

Warrants ofConfirmation 

30 March 1859, a-^d 
10 June 18S1. 



18 April 1848 

Cons. Aug. 1847. 



18 April 1848 

Cons. 6 July 1848. 



1832 



804 



1863 



547 



805 



548 



806 



807 



549 



808 



550 



809 



551 



810 



552 



811 



553 



812 



554 



291 



i894 



Name of Lodge. 



555 



Lodge of Fidelity. 



Australian Lodge of Harmony. 



557 



Loyal Victoria Lodge. 



558 



Temple Lodge. 



560 



North Essex Lodge. 



Samares Lodge. 



Clive Lodge. 

Vernon Lodge, 1856. 



561 



Zetland Lodge. 



Zetland Lodge. 



Lodge Good Feeling. 



Places of Meeting. 



Town Hall, Market Place, SOUthWOld, Siiffolk 1848 

Nelson Room, Trinity Street, Southwold i860 

The Castle Hall, The Castle, Framlingham, Suffolk 1867 
Crown and Anchor Hotel, Church Street, Framlingham 1876 
The Castle Hall, The Castle, f, 1877 

Crown Hotel, Market Hill, ,1 1880 



Fitzroy Hotel, Pitt Street, Sydney (Cumberland), 

New South Wales 1847 
Masonic Hall, York Street, Sydney 1848 

Erased 5 December 1888. 
Now No, 5 on Reg. of G.L. of New South Wales. 



Bull's Head Inn, Fore Street, 
Golding's Hotel, n 

"Bull's Head Inn, „ 
Wellington Inn, n 

Bull's Head Inn, u 
Masonic Hall, Haye Road, 



Callington, Cornwall 1849 

Callington 1852 

1854 

" 1857 

,1 1862 

1878 



Old Guildhall, Guildhall Street, 
Rose Hotel, Rendezvous .Street, 
Clarendon Hotel, Tontine Street, 
Town Hall, Sandgate Road, 
Masonic Hall, Grace Hill, 



While Hart Hotel, Pocking End, 

Erased 5 June 18 



Folkestone, Kent 1848 

Folkestone 1850 

II 1856 

„ 1862 



Boeking, Essex 1849 



Lodge Rooms, St. Heliers, Jersey, Channel Islands 1849 
Masonic Hall, Museum Street, St. Heliers, Jersey 1861 

Erased oZJ-uly 1874. 



Town Hall, High Street, Bromsgrove, Worcestershire 1849 
Golden Cross, High Street, Bromsgrove 1856 

Old Town Hall, Queen Street, Dudley, Worcestershire 1856 
School Room, Rose Hill, Dudley i860 

Freemasons' Tavern, Stone Street, m 1864 

Swan Hotel, High Street, StOUrpOrt, Worcestershire 1865 
Freemasons' Tavern, Stone Street, Dudley 1866 

Swan Hotel, High Street, StOUrport 1866 



Cock Hotel, Market Place, GuisbrOUgh, Yorkshire 1849 

Masonic Hall, Chaloner Street, Guisbrough 1874 



Liverpool (Queen's), NOVa Seotia, North America 1847 
Erased i SeptefJiher r86g. 
Now No. 9 on Reg. of G.L. of Nova Scotia. 



Agra (Agra), N. W. Provinces, India 1849 

United with " Lodge Star of Hope" No. 761 [o/c) August 1845], 

24 June 1850. 

Nerier registered any mejnbers. Erased i?i 1852. 

Warrant returned y:i January 1864. 



Date of Warrant 
or Constitution. 



18 April 1848 

Cons. 4 Aug. 1848. 



18 April 1848 

Cons. 7 Jan. 1847. 



14 Oet. 1848 

Cons. 29 Jan. 1849. 



6 Dec. 1848 



6 Dec. 1848 

Cons. 19 April 1849. 



[19] Dec. 1848 

Day omitted in Warrant. 
Cons. I Feb. 1849. 



13 Jan. 1849 

Cons. 4 April 1849. 



7 March 1849 

Cons. 13 July 1849. 



22 March 1849 

Cons, in 1847. 



21 April 1849 



1832 



1863 



813 



555 



814 



556 



815 



557 



816 



558 



817 



818 



819 



559 



560 



820 



821 



822 



561 



562 



[ 292 ] 



1 894 


Name of Lodge. 


Places of Meeting. 


Date of Warrant 
or Constitution. 


1832 


1 86 J 


563 


Lodge Charity. 


Bro. Griffith's House, Umballa(Umbana), Funjah, India 1849 
Lodge Rooms, Dragoon Lines, Umballa 1850 
Masonic Hall, Staff Road, „ 1881 


25 April 1849 

Cons. 10 Jan. 1849. 


,823 


563 


564 


Lodge of Stability. 


Vine Hotel, High Street, Stourbridge, Worcestershire 1849 
Talbot Hotel, High Street, Stourbridge 1852 


28 June 1849 

Cons. 16 July 1849. 


824 


564 




Wandsworth Lodge. 


Spread Eagle Inn, High Street, Wandsworth, London 1849 
The Warrant does not appear to have been ever issued. 
Erased in 1S52. 


9 July 1849 


825 






New Caledonian Lodge. 


PietOU (Pictou), Nova Seotia, North America 1849 
Erased i Septeinber 1869. 
Now No. II on Reg. of G.L. of Nova Scotia. 


15 Oct. 1849 


826 


565 


566 


Lodge of St. Germain. 


Lodge Rooms, The Crescent, Selby, Yorkshire 1850 


15 Oct. 1849 

Cons. 7 Jan. 1850. 


827 


566 


567 


Lodge of Unity, 


Bull's Head Inn, West Street, Westgate, Warwick, 

Warwickshire 1 849 
Warwick Arms Hotel, High Street, Warwick 1867 
Globe Hotel, West Rock, „ 1869 
Woolpack Hotel, Market Place, „ 1886 


15 Oct. 1849 

Cons. 19 Nov. 1849. 


828 


567 




Hammond Lodge. 


Private Room, 54 Pollett St., Guernsey, Channel Islands 1849 
Masonic Hall, Court Place, Guernsey 1857 

United with " Doyle^s Lodge of Felltnvship,'^ No. 84 {No. 336 (A) of 
6 Sept. 1806], 14 December 1864. 

Erased^ Warrant returned^ A ugnsi 1865. 


15 Oct. 1849 

Cons. 6 Dec. 1849. 


829 


568 


569 


Fitz-Eoy Lodge. 


Head Quarters of the Hon. Artillery Company, City 

Road, Finsbury, - London 1849 


15 Get. 1849 

Cons. 11 Dec. 1849. 


830 


569 




Pilgrims of Light Lodge. 


Lodge Rooms, Egmore, Madras (Chingleput), Madras, 

India 1849 
Masonic Hall, Mount Road, Madras 1851 
Erased 4 June 1862. 


5 Dee. 1849 


831 


•• 


570 


Northern Lodge of China. 


Shanghai (Kiang-su), China 1849 

Masonic Hall, Canton Road, Shanghai 1861 

II The Bund, '„ 1867 


27 Dee. 1849 


832 


570 




Lodge of Strict Observance. 


Hamilton (Wentworth), Canada West, Ontario 1847 
Erased, Warrant returned, 23 November xZ^t. 
Now No. 27 on Reg. of G.L. of Canada in Ontario. 


19 Aug. 1847 

Prov. Warrant. 

14 Jan. 1850 

G.L. Wavr.ant. 


833 


•• 




Corinthian Lodge. 


Peterborough (Peterborough), Canada West, Ontario 1848 
Erased, Warrant returned, 5 April 1861. 


3 April 1848 

Prov. Warrant. 

14 Jan. 1850 

G.L. Warrant. 


834 


•• 



293 



1894 


Name of Lodge. 


Places of Meeting. 


Date of Warrant 
or Constitution. 


1832 


1863 




Dalhousie Lodge. 


BytOWn [now Ottawa] (Carleton), CrtHfl<!'a fr«/, Ontaiio 1S48 
Erased^ IV arrant reUtrned, 12 /w^fc 1872. 
Now No. 52 on Reg. of G.L. of Canada in Ontario. 


16 May 1848 

Prov. Warrant. 

14 Jan. 1850 

G.L. Warrant. 


835 


571 




Kemptville Lodge. 


Oxford (Essex), Canada West, Ontario 1848 
Erased^ Warrant retia-ned, 27 Novevtber 1857. 
Now No. 28 on Reg. of G.L. of Canada in Ontario. 


27 Aug. 1848 

Prov. Warrant. 

14 Jan. I860 

G.L. Warrant. 


836 




572 


Trinity Lodge. 
Royal Tpinity Lodge, i868. 


High Street, San Fernando (Victoria), Island of 

Trinidad. West India 1850 


2 Feb. 1850 

Warrant of Confirmation, 
15 December 1864. 


837 


572 


573 


Lodge of PeFseveranee. 


Swan Inn, corner High Street and Union Street, 

Dudley, Worcestershire 1850 
Saracen's Head, Stone Street, Dudley 1855 
Swan Inn. corner High Street and Union Street, m 1858 
Shenstone Hotel, Birmingham Main Road, HaleSOWen, 

Worcestershire i860 
Masonic Rooms, Drill Hall, Halesowen 1886 


2 Feb. 1850 

Cons. 24 April 1850. 


838 


573 


574 


Loyal Berkshire Lodge of 
Hope. 


White Hart Tavern, Maiket Place, Newbury, Berlishire 1850 
Three Tuns Hotel, Market Plnce, Newbury 1S56 
Municipal Buildings, Market Place, n 1865 
Temperance Hall, Northcroft Lane, n 1880 


21 March 1850 


839 


574 




Forest Lodge. 


Town Hall, Market Place, Mansfleld, Nottinghamshire 1850 
Erased i, September 1867. 


11 April 1850 


840 


575 




Portland Lodge of Victoria. 


Lamb Inn, Portland (Normanby), Victoria 1854 
Masonic Hall, Percy Street, Portland 1879 
Erased 5 June 1889. 
Now No. 6 on Resf. of G.L. of Victoria. 


19 June 1850 

Cons. 9 Oct. 1854 

[Delay in receiving 
Warrant}. 


841 


576 




Goulburn Lodge of Australia. 


Lodge Room, Goulburn (Argyle), N^ South Wales 1S50 
Erased 2 June 1875. 


19 June 1850 


842 


577 




Sydney Samaritan Lodge. 


Sydney College, College Street, Sydney (Cumberland), 

A^ew South Wales 1849 

Old Town Hall, York Street, Sydney [ ] 

Basement under New Hall, Clarence Street, m [ ] 

Upper Floor, New Hotel, York Street, n [ ] 

Closed i,AJrril 1873. Erased 19 January 1874. 


19 June 1850 

Cons. 21 Dec. 1849. 


843 


578 


579 


St. John's Lodge. 


St. John's (St. John's), Newfoundland, A'wM America 1850 
British Society's Hall, St. John's 1857 
Masonic Hall, n 1879 


19 June 1850 


844 


579 


580 


Lodge of Harmony. 


Swan Inn, Burscough Street, Ormskirk, Lancashire 1850 
Wheatsheaf Inn, Burscough Street, Ormskirk 1852 


11 July 1850 


845 


580 



294 



Name of Lodge. 



581 



Neptune Lodge. 



Lodge of Faith. 



Wellington Lodge, 



582 



Thistle Lodge. 



Jerusalem Lodge. 



Amity Lodge. 



Lodge Khyber. 



United Tradesmen's Lodge. 



Lodge of Fidelity. 



Places of Meeting. 



GeOFge Town, Penang, Prince of Wales' Island, 

Malay Penimula, East Indies 1850 
Krased 4 June 1862. 



New Inn, Ashton Old Road, Openshaw, Lancashire 185 1 
Drovers' Inn, n Openshaw 1871 

Church Inn, tr 11 1883 

Gransmoor Hotel, Faufield Road, 11 1892 



Guelph (Wellington), Canada West, Ontario 1850 

Erased, Warrant returtted, 5 April 1861. 
Became No. 33 on Reg. of G.I.. of Canada. Not now working. 



AmhBFStberg (Essex), Canada West, Ontario 1850 

Erased, Wan ajtt letunted, 23 November 1857. 
Now No. 34 on Reg. of G.L. of Canada in Ontario. 



BOUmanville (Durham), Canada West, Ontario 1850 

Erased, Warrant returned, i-^ November 1857. 
Now No. 31 on Reg. of G.L. of Canada in Ontario. 



Dunvllle (Monck), Canada West, Ontario 1850 

Erased, Warrant returned, 27 November 1857. 
Now No. 32 on Reg. of G.L. of Canada in Ontario. 



Date of Warrant 
or Constitution. 



1832 



1863 



PeshawaP (Peshawar), 



Punjab, India 1850 



Temple Tavern, Gilles Arcade, Adelaide (Adelaide), 

South Australia 1848 
Exchange Hotel, Ilindley Street, Adelaide 1851 

Freemasons' Tavern, Pirie .Street, ,, 1853 

Napoleon Buonaparte Hotel, ,, 1853 

Masonic Hall, North Terrace, ,, 1853 

Prince of Wales' Hotel, Angas Street, „ 1857 

Masonic Hall, White's Rooms, King William Street, 1, 1857 

Prince of Wales' Hotel, Angas Street, „ 1863 

Masonic Hall, Rundle Street, „ 186^ 

Freemasons' Tavern, Pirie Street, „ 1869 

Prince Alfred Hotel, King William Street, „ 1869 

Freemasons' Hall, Flinders Street, „ 1869 

Alfred Masonic Hall, Waymouth Street, „ 1872 

Eagle Chambers, King William Street, „ 1875 

Freemasons' Hall, Flinders Street, „ 1881 
Erased 3 Jime 1885. 
Now No. 4 on Reg. of G.L. of South Australia. 



\_Place unknown'] GawleP (Gawler), South Australia 1850 

Globe Inn, Gawler 1857 

Commercial Hotel, Murray Street, n 187 1 

The Institute, u ,, 1873 

Odd Fellows' Hall, „ jggo 

The Institute, Murray Street, „ 1881 
Erased 3 June 1885. 
Now No. s on Reg. of G.L. of South Australia. 



3 Aug. 1850 



3 Aug. 1850 

Cons. 23 May 1851. 



7 Aug. 1850 



846 



847 



581 



848 



7 Aug. 1850 



7 Aug. 1850 



7 Aug. 1850 



7 Sept. 1850 



27 Sept. 1850 

Cons. 12 Dec. 1848. 



849 



850 



851 



852 



853 



582 



583 



27 Sept. 1850 



854 



584 



295 



1 894 



Name of Lodge. 



586 



587 



Kooringa Lodge. 
Mildred Lodge, 1850. 
Kooplnga Lodge, i8s6. 



Lodge Elias de Derham. 



Howe Lodge. 



688 



St. Botolph's Lodge. 



589 



Druids' Lodge of Love and 
Liberality. 



590 



591 



Loge la Cesaree. 

Works in French Language. 



Buckingham Lodge. 



592 



593 



Cotteswold Lodge. 



St. Ann's Lodge. 



594 



Downshire Lodge. 



Places of Meeting. 



Lodge Room, KoOPlnga (Biiira), 
Kuna Hotel, 
Burra Institute, 

Erased 3 June 1885. 
Now No. 6 on Reg. of G.L. of Soulh Australia, 



South Australia 1849 

Kooiinga 1857 

1878 



Wliite Hart Hotel, St. John's St., Salisbury, Wiltshire 1850 
Temperance Hotel, Fisherton Street, Salisbury 186S 

Freemasons' Hall, New Canal, n 1872 



Masonic Rooms, over entrance to Coal Wharf, New Hall 

Street, Birmingham, Warwickshire 1 85 1 

Masonic Rooms, New Hall Street (opposite), Birmingliam 1856 
Masonic Hall, New Street, n 1869 



Town Hall, South Street, Boston, Lincolnshire 185 1 

Lodge Rooms, Corpus Christi Lane, Boston 1853 

Bristol Arms Hotel, Market Place, Sleaford, Lincolnshire 1856 

Corn Exchange, Market Place, Sleaford 1870 



Andrew's Hotel, Fore Street, 
Lodge Rooms, Green Lane, 
Tabb's Hotel, Fore Street, 
Clinton Arms Hotel, Fore Street, 
Masonic Hall, Green Lane, 



Redruth, Cormuall 1851 

Redruth 1854 

I, 1862 

„ 1869 

1876 



Masonic Hall, Museum Street, Jersey, Channel Islands 185 1 
Masonic Temple, Stopford Road, Jersey 1864 



Royal White Hart, Market Square, Aylesbury, 

Buckinghamshire 1852 

George Hotel, Market Square, Aylesbury 1864 

Masonic Hall, Ripon Street, n 1882 



Ram Hotel, Market Place, CireneSSteP, Gloucestershire 1851 
King's Head Hotel, Market Place, Cirencester 1867 



McDougall's House, New Street, Alderney, 

Channel Islamls 185 1 
Love's Hotel, Grosnez Street, Alderney 1858 

Masonic Hall, Marais Street, fi i86l 

Oddfellows' Hall, Oliver Street, n 1866 

Masonic Hall, Marais Street, m 1885 



Freemasons' Arms, Great Howard Street, Liverpool, 

Lancashire 1851 
Crown Hotel, Lime Street, Liverpool i860 

Royal Mersey Yacht Hotel, 90 Duke Street, it 1866 

Masonic Hall, 22 Hope Street, 11 1874 



Date of Warrant 
or Constitution. 



27 Sept. 1850 

Cons. 24 Dec. 1849. 



6 Dee. 1850 



27 Jan. 1851 

Cons. 10 March 1851. 



1 March 1851 

Tran.sferred by 

Endorsement on 

Warrant, 19 Nov. 1856. 



14 March 1851 

Cons. 28 April 1851. 



25 April 1851 

Cons. 15 Oct. 1851. 



25 April 1851 

Cons. 26 March 1852. 



27 June 1851 

Cons. 13 Dec. 1851. 



27 June 1851 

Cons. 10 Sept. 1851. 



1 July 1851 



1832 



855 



1863 



585 



856 



586 



857 



587 



858 



588 



859 



589 



860 



590 



861 



591 



862 



592 



863 



593 



864 



594 



[ 296 ] 



1 894 



Name of Lodge. 



Armidale Lodge of Unity. 



Union Lodge. 



Gambia Lodge. 



Hiram Lodge of Yarmouth. 
Hiram Lodge, i860. 



597 



Hibernia Lodge. 
St. Cybi Lodge, 1871. 



• Rose Lodge. 



Sovereignty Lodge. 



Lodge of Unity. 



599 



600 



Cherwell Lodge. 



Lodge of Harmony. 



Places of Meeting. 



Armidale (Sandon), 

Masonic Hall, Falconer Street, 

Erased 5 December t888. 
Now No. 6 on Reg. of G.L. of New South Wales. 



New Soul h Wales 185 1 
Armidale 1886 



MilltOWn (Charlotte), New Brunswick, Nor/h America 1850 

Temperance Hall, Pleasant Street, Milltown 1850 

Swett's Hall, ,1 n 1854 

Erased^ Warrant returned, -ii^ January 1863. 



Bathurst, River Gambia, West Coast of Africa 185 1 

Erased ^ June 1862. 



Central Hall, Main Street, Yarmouth (Yarmouth), 

Nova SeOtia, North America 1848 

Masons' Hall, Main Street, Yarmouth 1856 

Lovitt's Hall, it 11 1863 

Keith Hall, ,. „ 1865 

Erased i September 1869. 

Now No. 12 on Reg. of G.L. of Nov.i Scotia. 



Hibernia, Hotel, Market Street, 
Private l<oom, Stanley Ci'escent, 
Marine Hotel, Water Side, 
Town Hall, Newry Street, 
Masonic Hall, Mount Pleasant, 



Holyhead, Anglesey 1851 

Holyhead 1865 

.1 1869 

187s 

1, 1880 



Sandwich (Essex), Canada West, Ontario 1851 

Erased, Warrant returned, 27 November 1857. 



Sovereignty [N. of Orange River], Cape Colony, 

South Africa 1 85 1 
[The Territory is now a part of the Orange Free State.] 
Erased i,June 1862. 



Britannia Hotel, Port Adelaide (Adelaide), 

South Australia 185 1 
Ship Inn, ~ 

Port Hotel, 
Ford's Hotel, 
Britannia Hotel, 
Exchange Hotel, 
Port Hotel, 
The Institute, 
Britannia Hotel, 
Masonic Hall, Commercial Road, 

Erased 3 June 1885. 
Now No. 7 on Reg. of G.L. of South Australia. 



Port Adelaide 1863 



1871 

1S73 
1878 

1879 
1880 
1881 
i88z 



Red Lion Hotel, High Street, Banbury, Oxfordshire 1852 
Masonic Hall, Marlborough Road, Banbury 1883 



George Hotel, Market Street, 
Private Room, Darley Street, 
Masonic Hall, Salem Street, 



Bradford, Yorkshire 1852 

Bradford 1854 

1855 



Date of Warrant 
or Constitution. 



7 July 1851 



29 Aug. 1851 

Cons. 7 May 1850. 



29 Aug. 1851 



2 Oet. 1848 

Prov. Warrant. 

4 Sept. 1851 

■G.L. Warrant. 



2 Dec. 1851 



2 Dec. 1851 



2 Dee. 1851 



2 Dec. 1851 

Cons. 31 July 1851. 

Warrant of Confirmationj 
26 May 1882, 



4 Feb, 1852 

Cons. 23 Feb. 1852, 



4 Feb. 1852 

Cons. 7 April 1852. 



1832 



865 



1863 



595 



866 



867 



868 



596 



869 



597 



870 



871 



872 



598 



873 



874 



599 



600 



[ 297 ] 



1 894 



601 



Name of Lodge. 



St. John's Lodge, 



602 



North York Lodge. 



603 



Zetland Lodge. 



Mariners' Lodge. 



New Zealand Lodge of Unanimity. 



605 



Combermere Lodge. 



606 



Segontium Lodge. 



Victoria Lodge. 



607 



Chieheley Lodge. 



608 



Zetland Lodge. 



Places of Meeting. 



Spa Hotel, Admaston, Shropshire 1852 

Pull's Head Hotel, New Street, Wellington, it 1857 

WreUin Hotel, Market Place, Wellington 1872 

Bull's Head Hotel, New Street, ,. 1884 

Charlton Arms Hotel, Church Street, n 1890 



Assembly Rooms, Station Hotel, Linthorpe Road, 

Middlesbrough, Yorkshire 1852 
Masonic Hall, Marton Road, Middlesbrough l86i 



George Hotel, Market Place, 
Royal Hotel, Railway Street, 
Masonic Hall, Tofts, 



Cleekheaton, Yorkshire 1853 

Cleckheaton 1855 

„ 1884 



White Hart Hotel, Surrey Street, Littlehampton, i'wj-w;!; 1852 
Never Tnade any returns. Erased 7 September 1859. 



Lyttleton (Selwyn, Canterbury), New Zealand 1852 

Masonic Hall, Sumner Road, Lyttleton 1856 

Erased by District Grand Lodge^ 1894. 
Now No. 3 on Reg. of G.L. of New Zealand. 



Egremont Hotel, facing Egremont ferry, Liseard, Cheshire 1852 
Old Seacombe Hotel, Victoria Road, Seacombe, m 1858 
Masonic Chambers, Argyle Street, Birkenhead, n 1879 
Queen's Hotel, Park Road East, Birkenhead 1880 

Music Hall, Claughton Road, n 1892 



Royal Sportsman Hotel, Castle Street, Carnarvon, 

Carnan'onshire 1852 
Royal Hotel, Bangor Street, Carnarvon 1871 

Masonic Hall, Carnarvon Castle, Castle Square, ir 1872 



Jovial Butchers' Inn, Botchergate, Carlisle, Cumberland 1852 
Light Horseman Inn, Rickergate, Carlisle 1855 

United with " Union Lodge" No. 389 \.No. SS5 of 30 July 1796], 
10 October 1855. 



White Hart Hotel, Market Place, Thrapston, 

Northamptonshire 1852 
Court House, Market Place, ' Thrapston 1873 

King's Arms Hotel, High Street, n 1880 

Court House, Market Place, n 1881 

Masonic Hall, Horton's Lane, m 1885 



Fort Beaufort (Fort Beaufort), Cape Colony, 

South Africa 1852 
Masonic Hall, Campbell Street, Fort Beaufort 1863 



38 



Date of Warrant 
or Constitution. 



27 April 1852 

Cons. 16 June 1852. 



15 June 1852 

Cons. 14 Dec. 1852. 



17 July 1852 

Cons. 6 July 1853. 



26 July 1852 



Aug. 1852 



19 Oct. 1852 

Cons. 2 Dec. 1852. 



19 Oet. 1852 

Cons. 2o Nov. 1852. 



19 Oct. 1852 



26 Oet. 1852 



30 Nov. 1852 



1832 



875 



1863 



601 



876 



877 



602 



603 



878 



879 



604 



880 



605 



881 



606 



882 



883 



607 



884 



608 



[ 298 ] 



i894 



Name of Lodge. 



610 



611 



613 



St. Augustine Lodge. 



Colston Lodge. 



Lodge of the Marehes. 



Acadia Lodge. 



Lodge of Unity. 



Trent Lodge. 



Mount Zion Lodge, 



Lodge of St. George. 



Composite Lodge. 



Welland Lodge. 



St. George's Lodge. 



Places of Meeting. 



ChriStehUPeh (Selwyn, Canterbury), Nrua Zealand 1854 

Masonic Hall, Manchester Street, Christchurch 1865 

Erased by District Grand Lodge ^ 1894. 
Now No. 4 on Reg. of G.L. of New Zealand. 



Freemasons' Hall, Bridge Street, Bristol, Gloucestershire 1854 
ii Park Street, Bristol 1872 



Golden Lion Hotel, Old Street, 

Feathers Hotel, Bull Ring, 

Bull Inn, „ 

Old Rectory House, College Street, 

Masonic Hall, Brand Lane, 



Ludlow, Shropshire 1853 

Ludlow 1857 

11 1862 

„ 1874 

11 1884 



Pugwash (Cumberland), NovaSeotia, North America 1853 
Erased i September i86g. 
Now No. 13 on Reg. of G.L. of Nova Scotia. 



Scarisbrick Arms Hotel, Lord Street, SouthpOFt, 

Lancashire 1 85 5 

Assembly Rooms, Exchange Buildings, Lord St., Southport 1859 

Scarisbrick Arms Hotel, „ „ i860 

Victoria Hotel, Promenade, ,, r866 

Masonic Hall, Wright Street, „ 1868 

Palatine Buildings, Neville Street, n 1872 

Freemasons' Hall, Eastbank Street, ., 18S0 

Masonic Hall, Masonic Buildings, Lord Street, u 1889 



Village of River Trent (Northumberland and Hastings), 

Canada West, Ontario 1853 
Erased, Warrant returned, 27 November 1857. 
Now No. 38 on Reg. 'of G.L. of Canada in Ontario. 



Borelia (Township of Reach, Ontario), Canada West, 

Ontario 1853 
Erased, Warrant returned, ^j Nffvemher xZ^"]. 



Gosfield (Essex), Canada West, Ontario 1853 

Erased, Warrant returned, 27 November 1857. 



Scriptures Hotel, Whitby (Ontario), Canada West, Ontario 1853 
Erased, Warrant returned, 27 November 1857. 
Now No. 30 on Reg. of G.L. of Canada in Ontario. 



Chippewa (Welland), Canada West, Ontario 1853 

Erased, Warrant returned, 27 November iZ^T , 
Now No. 36 on Reg. of G.L. of Canada in Ontario. 



London (Middlesex), Canada West, Ontario 1853 

Erasedin 1857. Warrant returned t-j January 1859. 
Now No. 42 on Reg. of G.L. of Canada in Ontario. 



Date of Warrant 
or Constitution. 



1832 



1863 



30 Nov. 1852 

Cons. 19 Oct. 1854. 



28 Feb. 1853 

Cons. 9 June 1854. 



28 Feb. 1853 

Cons. 13 June 1853. 



28 Feb. 1853 



1 March 1853 

Cons. 15 June 1855. 



22 March 1853 



22 March 1853 



22 March 1853 



22 March 1853 



9 April 1853 



9 April 1853 



885 



609 



886 



887 



610 



611 



888 



612 



889 



613 



890 



891 



892 



893 



894 



895 



299 



•894 



Name of Lodge. 



614 



King Solomon's Lodge. 



Star of Burma Lodge. 



615 



St. John & St. Paul's Lodge. 



617 



London and North Western 
Lodge of Fidelity. 



Excelsior Lodge. 



619 



Lodge of Hope. 



Beadon Lodge. 



Lodge of Unanimity and Concord. 



Independent Lodge. 



622 



Lodge of St. Cuthberga. 



Places of Meeting. 



Woodstock (Oxford), Canada West, Ontario 1853 

Erased in 1857. Warrant returned 27 November 1857. 
Now No. 43 on Reg. of G.L. of Canada in Ontario. 



Phoongee House, at back of Soolay Pagoda, Rangoon 

(Pegu), British Burma, East Indies 1853 

Jordan and Co.'s Offices, Rangoon [ ] 



Lodge Rooms, Barr Street, 
Halliday, Bullock and Co.'s Offices, 
House of Bro. Mc.Phai], 
Freemasons' Hall, Boundary Road, 

11 Montgomery Street, 



[ ] 
[ ] 
1863 
1864 
1884 



9 April 1853 

Warrant of Confirmation; 
9 October i86o. 



New Inn [now Duke of York Hotel], High Street, 

Sandgate, Kent 1853 

Pier Hotel, Pier Road, Erith, n 1857 

Prince of Wales' Hotel, Avenue Road, Erith 1878 



Mechanics' Institute, Town Hall, Earl Street, Crewe, 

Cheshire 1853 
Erased 7 June 1865. 



Calle Reconquisla, BuenOS Ayres (Buenos Ayres), 

Argentine Republic, Sotuh America 1853 

Masonic Temple, 48 Calle Piedad, Buenos Ayres 1867 

„ 482 Calle Cangalo " 1873 

II 540 II " 1883 

II 1242 II M 1888 



Date of Warrant 
or Constitution. 



9 April 1853 



Launeeston (Cornwall), 
Masonic Hall, Cameron Street, 

Erased 3 September 1890. 



Tasmania 1852 
Launeeston 1862 



Star and Garter Hotel, Kew Bridge, Ealing, London 1853 
Greyhound Tavern, High Street, Dulwich, 11 1863 

Royal Crystal Palace Hotel, Churdi Road, Upper 

Norwood, " 1892 



Illawarra Hotel, Sydney Road, DaptO (Camden), 

New South Wales 1853 
Commercial Hotel, Market Street, Wollongong 

(Camden), New South Wales 1862 
Queen's Hotel, Market Street, Wollongong 1865 

Erased 19 Jamiary 1874. 



Bathurst (Bathurst), 

Lodge Rooms, LlthgOW (Cook), 

Masonic Hall, 

Erased 5 December 1888. 
Now No. 8 on Reg. of G.L. of New South Wales 



New South Wales 1853 

1883 

Lithgow 1887 



Crown Hotel, The Square, 
Masonic Hall, 



Wlmborne, Dorsetshire 1854 
Wimborne 1870 



9 April 1853 



3 May 1853 



10 June 1853 



5 Aug. 1853 

Cons. 7 Sept. 1852. 



5 Aug. 1853 

Cons. 29 Dec. 1853. 



22 Sept. 1853 



22 Sept. 1853 



17 Sept. 1853 

Cons. 26 April 1854. 



1832 



1863 



896 



897 



614 



898 



615 



899 



900 



616 



617 



901 



902 



618 



619 



903 



620 



904 



621 



905 



622 



[ 300 ] 



i894 



Name of Lodge. 



Lodge Jullundep. 



Abbey Lodge. 



Devonshire Lodge. 



Lansdowne Lodge of Unity. 



South Suffolk Lodge. 



Keith Lodge. 



St. George's Lodge. 



St. Cuthbert's Lodge. 



Methuen Lodge. 



Lodge of ConeoFd. 



Places of Meeting. 



Jullundep (Trans-Sutlej States), 

Erased -^a January i8i 



Punjab, India 1853 



Private Room, High Street, BuFtOn-Upon-TFCnt, 

Staffordshire 1854 
Burton Brewery Co.'s Board Room, High Street, 

Burton-upon-Trent i860 
Masonic Hall, Union Street, n 1874 



Globe Inn, High Street West, GIOSSOp, Derbyshire 1854 

Norfolk Arms Hotel, High Street West, Glossop 1857 

Masonic Hall, Norfolk Square, n 1890 



Lansdowne Arms, Market Place, Calne, Wiltshire 1854 

Town Hall, High Street, Chippenham, n 1869 



Half Moon Inn, High Street, Clare, Suffolk 1853 

Rose and Crown Hotel, King Street, SudbUFy, it 1858 
Erased T June 1865. 



Hillsburgh, Nova Scotia, 

Erased i September 1869. 
Now No. 16 on Reg. of G.L. of Nova Scotia. 



North America 1854 



Temperance Hall, Portage Street, St. GeOFge 

(Charlotte), New BFUnSWiek, North America 1854 
Masonic Hall, McCready's Building, Carleton Street, 

St. George 1859 

Erased q April 1869. 
Now No. 12 on Reg. of G.L. of New Brunswick. 



House of Robert Brown, Bridge Gate, Howden, 

Yorkshire 1854 

Lodge Rooms, Parson's Lane, Howden 1866 

Masonic Hall, Northolmby Street, „ 1889 



Queen's Royal Hotel, Station Road, NeW SwindOH, 

Wiltshire 1854 
Orkney Arms, Maidenhead Bridge, TaplOW, 

Buckinghamshire 1870 
Lewis's Hotel [same Hotel], TapIow 1877 

Skindle's Hotel, n ,1 1879 



Private Rooms, Market Place, TFOWbridge, Wiltshire 1854 
Court House Hall, Castle Street, Trowbridge 1858 

Masonic Hall, Silver Street, n 1866 



Date of Warrant 
or Constitution. 



30 Sept. 1853 



31 Oct. 1853 

Cons. 19 July 1854. 



7 Nov. 1853 

Cons. 8 May 1854. 



7 Dee. 1853 

Cons. 17 Jan. 1854. 



7 Dee. 1853 



30 Jan. 1854 



7 Feb. 1854 

Cons. IS June 1854. 



24 MaFCh 1854 

Cons. 8 June 1854. 



1832 



906 



907 



3 April 1854 

Con.s. 24 May 1854. 



3 April 1854 

Cons. 16 May 1854. 



908 



909 



910 



911 



912 



913 



914 



915 



1863 



623 



624 



625 



626 



627 



628 



629 



630 



631 



632 



[ 301 ] 



Name of Lodge. 



Yapborough Lodge. 



St. KUda Lodge. 



Corinthian Lodge. 



Lodge de Ogle. 



Portland Lodge. 



Hobson's Bay Lodge. 



Dalhousie Lodge of 
MussooFie and Deyrah. 



St. Lawrence Lodge. 



Golden Lodge of Bendigo. 

Golden and Corinthian Lodge of 
Bendigo, 1872. 



Lodge Fidelity. 



Places of Meeting. 



Albeit Holel, New Bailey Street, SalfOPd, Lancashire 1854 
Royal Hotel, Mosley Street, ManchesteP, " 1856 

Freemasons' Hall, Cooper Street, Manchester 1866 

Clarence Hotel, Piccadilly, n 1891 

Wheatsheaf Hotel, High Street, n 1893 



Royal Hotel, Esplanade, 
Pitt's Hotel, Robe Street, 

Lapsed befoye iZ^z. Erased ^ Jutie i 



St. Kilda (Bourke), Victoria 1854 
St. Kilda 1862 



Belyea's Building, Post Road, NoPton (Kings), 

New Brunswick, North America 1853 
Hampton Hotel, Post Road, Hampton (Kings), 

Nnu Brunswick 1857 
Masonic Hall, Dutch Point Road, Hampton 1859 

Erased g Aprit 1869. 
Now No. 13 on Reg. of G.L. of New Brunswick. 



Black Bull Inn, Bridge Street, Moppeth, Northumberland 1854 
St. James's School Room, Well Way, Morpeth 1858 

Queen's Head Inn, Bridge Street, n 1859 

Steward's Temperance Hotel, Bridge Street, u i85o 

Black Bull Hotel, n n 1869 

Masonic Hall, Copper Chare, n n 1875 



Town Hall, Glebe Street, StOke-Upon-Trent, 

Staffordshire 1855 



HobSOn'sBay [now WilllamstOWn] (Bourke), Victoria 1854 
Lapsed before 1882. Erased 5 J-une 1889. 



Mussoorie (Meerut), 
Freemasons' Hall, 



N. W. Provinces, India 1 854 
Mussoorie 1876 



St. Lawrence Hall, Great St. James Street, Montreal 

(Montreal), Canada East, Quebec 1854 
304 Notre Dame Street, Montreal 1855 

3C9 11 11 1881 

1743 II II 1886 



Sandhurst Hotel, Sandhurst [now Bendlgo] 

(Bendigo), Victoria 1854 
Freemasons' Hall, Myer Street, Sandhurst i860 

Uiiitedwitk " Corinthian Lodge " No. -jjo [No. 1072 1^21 December 
1858], in 1872. 

Freemasons' Hall, View Street, Sandhurst 1880 

Erased^ June 1889. 

Now No. 7 on Reg. of G.L. of Victoria. 



Darjeeling (Northern Bengal), 

Erased 12 December 1864. 



Bengal, India 1854 



Date of Warrant 
or Constitution. 



3 AprU 1854 

Cons. 21 JuDe 1S54. 



15 May 1854 



11 July 1854 

Cons. 23 June 1853. 



11 July 1854 

Cons. 25 Aug. 1854. 



18 July 1854 

Cons. 31 July 1855. 



31 July 1854 



31 Aug. 1854 



5 Sept. 1854 

Cons. 29 April 1854. 



24 Oct. 1854 



24 Oct. 1854 



1832 


1863 


916 


633 


917 


634 


918 


635 


919 


636 


920 


637 


921 


638 


922 


639 


923 


640 


924 


641 


925 


642 



302 



J 894 



Name of Lodge. 



643 



Royal Lodge, 



Keith Lodge. 



645 



Cheetham and Crumpsall Lodge. 
Humphrey Chatham Lodge, 



646 



647 



Lodge Arakan. 



Turk's Island Forth Lodge. 



Alma Lodge. 



Queen's Lodge. 



Lodge of Truth of North 
Adelaide. 



650 



Shefford Lodge. 



Lodge Star in the East. 



Places of Meeting. 



Royal Hotel, North Street, 
Private Room, Belle Vue Terrace, 
Belle Vue Hotel, Belle Vue Street, 
Foord's Hotel, Queen Street, 
Crescent Hotel, The Crescent, 
Foord's Hotel, Queen Street, 



Filey, Yorkshire 1855 
Filey 1857 
i> i860 
11 1863 
I, 1880 
II i8qi 



Temperance Hall, Telegraph Street, Moncton 

(Westmoreland), New Brunswick, North America 1853 
Robertson's Hall, Main Street, Moncton i860 

Erased 9 April 1S69. 
Now No. 23 on Reg. of G.L. of New Brunswick. 



Crumpsall Hotel, Waterloo Street, Lower Crumpsall, 

Crumpsall, Lancashire 1855 
Mile House Hotel, Old Road, Cheetnam, m 1859 

Masonic Lodge Rooms, Cross St., Manchester, 11 1862 
Freemasons' Hall, Cooper Street, Manchester 1872 



Akyab (Arakan), 
Masonic Hall, 



British Burma, East Indies 1855 
Akyab 1881 



Grand Bay, Turk's Island, Bahama Islands, 

West Indies 1855 

Masonic Hall, Grand Turk, Turk's Island 1856 

Masonic Temple, Queen Street, Grand Turk, n 1888 



Constituted at St. John's Lodge Rooms, Quebec 

(Quebec), Canada East, Quebec 1855 
Erased, Warrant returned, 8 December 1870. 



Gagetown (Queen's), New Brunswick, A^'OT-z/i^/wr/cfl 1855 

Never constituted, consequent on the death of the Brother named 
as W.M. in the Warrant, and no other Brother being available for 
the office. 

Erased i, June 1862. 



Queen's Head Hotel, Kermode Street, Adelaide 

(Adelaide), South Australia 1854 

Masonic Hall, North Terrace, Adelaide 1858 

Queen's Head Hotel, Kermode Street, ,1 1863 

Huntsman's Hotel, O'Connell Street, n 1864 

Dover Castle Hotel, Archer Street, n 1873 

Freemasons' Hall, Flinders Street, it 1882 

Erased 3 June 1885. 
Now No. 8 on Reg. of G.L. of South Australia. 



Waterloo (Shefford), 

Erased 4 June i 
Now No. 18 on Reg. of G.L. of Quebec 



Canada East, Quebec 1855 



Town Hall, Church Street, 

Pier Hotel, The Quay, 

Great Eastern Hotel, The Quay, 



Harwich, Essex 1855 
Harwich 1862 



Date of Warrant 
or Constitution. 



Feb. 1855 

[" Day" blank in 
Warrant.] 

Cons. I June 1855. 



Feb. 1855 

["Day " blank in 

Warrant.] 
Cons. 27 Jan. 1853. 



22 Feb. 1855 



22 Feb. 1855 



22 Feb. 1855 

Warrant of Confirmation 
28 August 1877. 



3 March 1855 

Cons. 17 July 1855. 



23 April 1855 



23 April 1855 

Cons. 6 Dec. 1854. 



23 April 1855 



5 May 1855 

Cons. June 1855. 



1832 



926 



1863 



643 



927 



644 



928 



645 



929 



930 



646 



647 



931 



932 



648 



933 



649 



934 



935 



650 



[ 303 ] 



Name of Lodge. 



Brecknock Lodge. 



Holme Valley Lodge. 



Hoyle Lodge. 



Igualdad Lodge. 



Peveril of the Peak Lodge. 



Zetland Lodge of Australia. 



Cambrian Lodge of Australia, 



Wellington Lodge. 



Great Western Lodge. 



Hadoe Lodge. 



Erie Lodge. 



Consecon Lodge. 



Places of Meeting. 



Castle Hotel, Castle Street, Bpeeon, Breckitockshin 185S 

Swan Hotel, Ship Street, Brecon 1856 

Town Hall, High Street, „ 1862 

Masonic Hall, Castle Hotel, Castle Street, u 1870 



Victoria Hotel, Lane End, 



HolmfiPtll, Yorkshire 1857 



La Colle (Huntingdon), Canada East, Quebec 1855 

Erased ^Jurte 1862. 



Island of Curasoa, 

72 Wharf Matley, 
1 10 El Amparo, Cerra, Otrabando, 
Villa Belvedere Street, m 

375 Graven Street, n 



West Indies 1885 

Curacoa 1878 

„' 1881 

II 1892 

II 1894 



Crown Hotel, Market Street, 
Masonic Hall, Union Road, 



New Mills, Derbyshire 1855 
New Mills 1894 



Freemasons' Hall, York Street, Sydney (Cumberland), 

A'eio South IVales 185S 
Erased 5 December 1888. 
Now No. 9 on Reg. of G.L. of New South Wales. 



Freemasons' Hall, York Street, Sydney (Cumberland), 

i\V» South Wales 1855 
Erased $ December i333. 
Xow Xo. 10 on Reg. of G.L. of New South Wales. 



Chatham (Kent), Canada JVcst, Ontario 1853 

Erased, U'arranl returned, 2j .'W':\-mh'r iS^y. 
Now No. 46 on Reg. of G.L. of Canada in Ontario. 



Windsor (Essex), Canada West, Ontario 1854 

Erased, 1t'arra»f returned, 23 ^^ifz-ember 1357. 
Now No. 47 on Reg. of G.L. of CaJiada in Ontario. 



MadOC (Hastings), Canada IJ'ls/, Ontario 1854 

E?\ist:J, U\jrrai:i returned, 27 Xoziiiiher 1357. 
Now No. 48 on Reg. of G.L. of Canada in Ontario. 



MOFpeth (Kent), Canada JI'cs/, Ontario 1S54 

Erased, iFarraiit reiurtud, 27 Xc^.c>':b€r 1357. 
Became No. 49 on Reg. of G.L. of Canada, but is not now ^vorking. 



Consecon (Prince Edward), Canaia Wist, Ontario 1S54 

Erased, IVarraut returned, 27 X<r:-L>uh-*- 1S57. 
Now No. 50 on Reg. of G.L. of Canada in Ontario. 



Date of Warrant 
or Constitution. 



14 May 1885 

Cons. 28 July 1855. 



7 June 1855 

Cons. I July 1857. 

28 June 1855 



10 July 1855 



13 July 1855 



31 July 1855 

Cons. 13 Feb. 1855. 



31 July 1855 

Cons. 3 Feb. 1855. 



27 Jan. 1853 

Prov. Warrant. 

20 Aug. 1855 

G.L. Warrant. 



24 April 1854 

Prov. Warrant. 

20 Aug. 1855 

G.L. Warrant. 



24 April 1854 

Prov, Warrant. 

20 Aug. 1855 

G.L. Warrant. 



24 April 1854 

Prov. Warrant. 

20 Aug. 1855 

G.L. Warrant. 



15 May 1854 

Prov. Warrant, 

20 Aug. 1855 

G.L. Warrant. 



1832 



936 



937 



938 



939 



940 



941 



942 



943 



944 



945 



946 



947 



1863 



651 



652 



653 



654 



655 



656 



304 



1 894 


Name of Lodge. 


PLA.CES OF Meeting. 


Date of Warrant 
or Constitution. 


1832 


1863 




Corinthian Lodge. 


Stanley Mills (Peel), Canada West, Ontario 1854 

Erased^ Warrant returned^ i-j November 1857. 
Became No. 51 on Reg. of G.L. of Canada, but is not now working. 


19 June 1854 

Prov. Warrant. 

20 Aug. 1855 

G.L. Warrant. 


948 


•• 




MerriekviUe Lodge. 


MerriekviUe (Grenville), Canada West, Ontario 1854 
Erased, Warrant returned, 27 N(yiiember iZST • 
Now No. 55 on Reg. of G.L. of Canada in Ontario. 


17 July 1854 

Prov. Warrant. 

20 Aug. 1855 

G.L. Warrant. 


949 


■• 




Victoria Lodge. 


Port Sarnia (Lambton), Canada West, Ontario 1854 
Erased, Wni-rant returned, 27 November zZsi^ 
Now No. 56 on Reg. of G.L. of Canada in Ontario. 


19 July 1854 

Prov. Warrant. 

20 Aug, 1855 

G.L. Warrant. 


950 


•• 




North Gowep Lodge, 


North Gower Corners (Carleton), Canada West, 

Ontario 1854 
Erased, Warrant returned, 27 Noz'einber 1857. 
Became No. 57 on Reg. of G.L. of Canada, but is not now working. 


29 Aug, 1854 

Prov. Warrant. 

20 Aug, 1855 

G.L. Warrant. 


951 


•• 




Doric Lodge. 


Ottawa (Carleton), Canada West, Ontario 1855 
Erased, Warrant returned, 27 November 1857. 
Now No. 58 on Reg. of G.L. of Canada in Ontario. 


17 Feb, 1855 

Prov. Warrant. 

20 Aug, 1855 

G.L. Warrant. 


952 


■• 




Corinthian Lodge, 


Ottawa (Carleton), Canada West, Ontario 1855 

Erased, Warrant returned, 27 November 1857. 
Became No. 59 on Reg. of G.L. of Canada, but is not now working. 


1 May 1855 

Prov. Warrant. 

20 Aug, 1855 

G.L. Warrant. 


953 


•• 




Acacia Lodge. 


Hamilton (Wentworth), Canada West, Ontario 1855 
Erased, Warrant reiuj-ned, 23 November jZ^t. 
Now No. 61 on Reg. of G.L. of Canada in Ontario. 


11 July 1855 

Prov. Warrant. 

20 Aug, 1855 

G.L. Warrant. 


954 


•• 


657 


Canonbupy Lodge. 


Canonbury Tavern, St. Mary's Road, Canonbury, London 1856 
Maxell's Hotel, West Strand, „ 1866 
Radley's Hotel, Bridge .Street, Blackfriars, „ 1871 
The Albion Tavern, Aldersgate Street, „ 1872 
Holborn Restaurant, Holborn, „ 1892 


25 Sept. 1855 

Cons. 22 Feb. 1856. 


955 


657 




Lodge of Victoria. 


Ballarat (Grenville), Victoria 1855 
Exchange Hotel, Bridge Street, Ballarat 1862 

United with " Yarrowee Lodge," No. 713 \No. 1015 ^25 August 
1857], in i86g. 


25 Sept. 1855 


956 


658 


659 


Blagdon Lodge, 


Ridley's Arms Hotel, Northumberland Street, Blyth, 

Nortlnimberland 1856 
Station Hotel, Church Street, Blyth 1869 
Ridley's Arms Hotel, Northumberland Street, n 1872 
Mechanics' Institute, Bridge Street, ,; 1884 
Masonic Hall, Beaconsfield Street, n 1894 


19 Dee. 1855 

Cons. 9 Jan. 1856. 


957 


659 


660 


Camalodunum Lodge. 


Talbot Hotel, Yorkersgate, Malton, Yorkshire 1856 
Freemasons' Hall, n Malton 1857 


25 Jan. 1856 

Cons. 18 March 1856. 


958 


660 


661 


Faweett Lodge. 


Lord Seaham Inn, North Terrace, Soaham HaPbOUr, 

Dtirham 1856 
King's Arms Inn, North Terrace, Seaham Harbour 1873 
Masonic Hall, North Road, n 1874 


25 Jan. 1856 

Cons. 27 March 1856. 


959 


661 



[ 305 ] 



i894 



662 



Name of Lodge. 



Dartmouth Lodge. 



663 Wiltshire Lodge of Fidelity. 



Alley Lodge. 



665 



666 



667 



670 



671 



Montagu Lodge. 



Lodge of Benevolence. 



Alliance Lodge. 



Howard Lodge. 



Star in the West Lodge. 



Mount Egmont Lodge. 



Prince of Wales' Lodge. 



Southern Cross Lodge. 



Places of Meeting. 



Dartmouth Arms Hotel, High Street, WcSt Bromwich, 

Staffordshire 1856 

Britannia Inn, Owen Street, Tipton, n 1856 

(Consecration.) 

Dartmouth Arms Hotel, High Street, West Bpomwlch 1856 

Masonic Rooms, Paradise Street, " 1881 

Masonic Hall, Edward Street, n 1890 



]?ear Hotel, Market Place, 
Town Hall, St. John Street, 
Masonic Hall, Morris Lane, 



Devizes, Wiltshire 1856 

Devizes 1857 

1882 



Date of Warrant 
or Constitution. 



25 Jan. 1856 

Cons. 27 Feb. 1856. 



Porter's Hall, Water Street, Upper Mills (St. Stephen's 
Parish, Charlotte), New BrunswlCk, North America 1855 
Erased 9 April 1869. 
Now No. 14 on Reg. of G.L. of New Brunswick. 



Royal Lion Hotel, Broad St., Lyme Regis, Dorsetshire 1856 



Duchy Hotel, Fore Street, Ppincetown, Devonshire 1856 
Private Room, n Princetown 1869 

Prince of Wales' Hotel, Fore Street, 11 1879 

Wesleyan School Room, New London Road, u 1884 



Masonic Rooms, Roby, Lancashire 1856 

Stanley Arms Hotel, Roby Road, Roby 1859 

Masonic Hall, 22 Hope Street, Liverpool, Lancashire 1868 



Temperance Hall, Puljlic Road, HiUsborOUgh 

(Albert), New Brunswick, North America 1855 
Erased g April 1869. 
Now No. IS on Reg. of G.L. of New Brunswick. 



Curtis's House, Thames Street, St. John, Island of 

Antigua, West Indies 1856 
W. H. Davey's House, Thames Street, St. John, Antigua 1858 
Mrs. Rhode's House, North Street, n n 1859 

Erased in 1891. " Extinct" 



Lodge Room, Devon Street, NCW Plymouth, 

(Taranaki), Taranaki, New Zealand 1856 
Masonic Hall, Robe Street, New Plymouth 1865 



Thomas's Arms Hotel, Thomas Street, Llanelly, 

Carmarthenshire 1855 
Masonic Hall, Old Road, Llanelly 1874 



PernambueO (Recife), Brazil, South America 1856 

Rua do Trapixe, Pernambuco i860 

No. 15 Pra9a de Corpo Santo, n 1862 

No. 7 Rua do Tropiche, n 1867 

Last Return 1871. Erased 6 June 1894. 



39 



26 Feb. 1856 

Cons. 18 April 1856. 



26 Feb, 1856 

Cons. 5 Aug. 1855. 



26 Feb. 1856 



11 March 1856 

Cons. 14 July 1856. 



4 April 1856 

Cons. 6 May 1856. 



4 April 1856 

Cons. 12 April 1855. 



4 April 1856 



1832 



1863 



4 April 1856 



11 April 1856 

Cons. 30 April 1856. 



25 April 1856 



960 



662 



961 



663 



962 



963 



964 



664 



665 



666 



965 



667 



966 



668 



967 



669 



968 



969 



970 



670 



671 



672 



[ 306 ] 



i894 


Name of Lodge. 


Places of Meeting. 


Date of Warrant 
or Constitution. 


1832 


1863 


673 


St. John's Lodge. 


Private Rooms, 95 Park Lane, Liverpool, Lancashire 1856 
Caledonian Hotel, Duke Street, Liverpool 1858 
Royal Mersey Yacht Hotel, 90 Duke Street, n 1861 
Masonic Hall, 22 Plope Street, n 1874 


25 Appil 1856 

Cons. 26 May 1856. 


971 


673 




Lodge Astrea. 


Tliayetmyo (Pegu), British Burma, East Indies 1856 
Erased 14 October j%T2. 


25 Appil 1856 


972 


674 




Lodge Ramsay. 


Rawal Pindi and Murree (Rawalpindi), Punjab, India 1856 
Erased T,o January 1864. 


6 May 1856 

Cons. 8 Jan. 1856. 


973 


675 




Lodge Light of the North. 


FeFOZepOPe (Umballa), Punjab, India 1865 
Erased 30 January 1 864. 


6 May 1856 

Cons. Feb. 1856. 


974 


676 




Lodge of Concord. 


Masonic Hall, North Terrace, Adelaide (Adelaide), 

South Australia 1856 
Masonic Hall, King William Street, Adelaide 1862 
Prince of Wales' Hotel, Angas Street, n 1864 
Masonic Hall, Rundle Street, n 1866 
Freemasons' Tavern, Pirie Street, Angas Street, n 1869 
Prince Alfred Hotel, King William Street, n 1869 


6 May 1856 


975 


677 






United with " Lodge 0/ Friendship," No. 423 [No, 613 o/^'Z 
October 1834], 28 October 1869. 








678 


Earl Ellesmere Lodge. 


Bowling Green Inn, Market St., FaPnwOPth, Za/fcaj-^M-i? 1856 
Church Hotel, Church Road, Kearsley, FarnWOPth 1S64 


6 May 1856 

Cons. 8 Oct. 1856. 


976 


678 




Simeoe Lodge. 


Simeoe (Norfolk), Canada West, Ontario 1856 

Erased, Warrant returited, 27 Noveifiber 1857. 
Became No. 63 on Reg. of G.L. of Canada, but is not now working. 


10 May 1856 


977 


•■ 




Durham Lodge. 


Newcastle (Durham), Canada West, Ontario 1856 
Erased, Warrant returned, 27 November 1857. 
Now No. 66 on Reg. of G.L. of Canada in Ontario. 


10 May 1856 


978 




679 


St. David's Lodge. 


Queen's Hotel, Canon Street, Aberdape, Glamorganshire 1856 
Black Lion Hotel, Commercial Place, ■« Aberdare 1870 
Masonic Hall, Canon Street, „ 1880 


16 May 1856 

Cons. 18 June 1856. 


979 


679 


680 


Sefton Lodge, 


Litherland Hotel, LithePland [now WateplOO], 

Lancashire 1856 
Queen's Hotel, The Parade, Waterloo 1858 
Masonic Temple, 22 Hope St., 'LvjQV'^QOi, Lancashiie 1864 
Adelphi Hotel, Ranelagh Place, Liverpool 1874 


28 June 1856 


980 


680 


681 


SeaFsdale Lodge. 


Star Inn, Market Place, ChestePfleld, Derbyshire 1856 
Masonic Hall, near Angel Hotel, Market Place, 

Chesterfield 1857 
Masonic Hall, Saltergate, n 1877 


30 June 1856 

Cons, lo Sept. 1856. 


981 


681 



[ 307 ] 



1 894 


Name of Lodge. 


Places of Meeting. 


Date of Warrant 
or Constitutiim. 


1832 


1S63 




Mariners' Lodge. 


Granville (Annapolis), Nova Scotia, North America 1856 
Erased 30 May 1868. 


4 Aug. 1856 


982 


682 


683 


Isea Lodge. 


Masonic Hall, Dcjck Street, Newport, Monmouthshire 1856 


23 Aug. 1856 

Cons. 30 Dec. 1856. 


983 


683 




Lodge Triune Brotherhood. 


SubathU (Hirsar), Punjab, India 1856 
Kasauli (Hirsar), Punjab 1862 
Dugshai (Hirsar), ,. 1863 
Erasedin \Z%6. '^Extinct" 


23 Sept. 1856 

Cons. 13 Aug. 1856. 


984 


684 


685 


Northumberland Lodge. 


Assembly Rooms, Westgate Road, Neweastle-upon- 

Tyne, Northumberland 1856 


23 Sept. 1856 


985 


685 


686 


Jerusalem Lodge. 


Freemasons' Hall, Bridge Street, Bristol, Gloucestershire 1856 
„ Park Street, Bristol 1872 


10 Oct. 1856 

Cons. 21 Nov. 185C. 


986 


686 




Fordyce Lodge 


King William's Town (King William's Town), 

Cape Colony, Soitth Africa 1856 
Warrant returned ■i'^ October iZ^o, Erased in ^Z6i. 


19 Nov. 1856 


987 


•• 


687 


Oriental Lodge. 


Baltzer's Hotel, No. 373 Grand Rue, Pera, 

Constantinople, Turkey 1857 

4 Rue Tepe, Bashi, Constantinople 1869 
Masonic Temple, Place Comondo, Pera, n 1872 
Freemasons' Hall, Francis Memorial, Galata, n 1-879 


25 Nov. 1856 

Cons. 7 Aug. 1857. 


988 


687 




Lodge of Charity. 


Lodge Room, LaunCCStOn (Cornwall), Tasmania 1856 
Erased 19 July 1864. 


25 Nov. 1856 


989 


688 


689 


Waitemata Lodge. 


Ara Lodge Room, Masonic Hall, Princes Street, 

Auckland (Eden), New Zealand 1855 
Lodge Room, William Denny Hotel, Auckland 1855 
Ara Lodge Room, Masonic Hall, Princes Street, ti 1858 
Freemasons' Hall, n " 1881 


3 Dec. 1856 

Cons. 6 Sept. 1855. 


990 


689 




Newcastle Lodge of Concord. 


Newcastle (Northumberland), New South Wales 1856 
Erased 19 January 1S74. 


3 Dec. 1856 


991 


690 




Lodge of Faith. 


Lodge Rooms, Launceston (Cornwall), Tasmania 1855 
Cornwall Hotel, Launceston 1862 
Criterion Hotel, Campbell Town (Somerset), Tasmania i88l 
Erased 3 September i8go. Warrant returned. 


3 Dec. 1856 

.Cons. Dec. 1855. 

Under Disp. from 
Sydney, N.S.W. 


992 


691 




Mount Alexander Lodge. 


Imperial Hotel, Castlcmalne (Talbot), Victoria 1856 
Criterion Hall, Castlemaine 1863 
Erased 5 June iS8g. 
Now No. 8 on Reg. of G.L. of Victoria. 


3 Dec. 1856 


993 


692 



[ 3o8 ] 



1894 


Name of Lodge. 


Places of Meeting. 


Date of Warrant 
or Constitution. 


1832 


1863 




Union Lodge. 


Masonic Hall, Barrington Street, Halifax ( Halifax), 

Nova SeOtia, North America 1855 
Erased i September i86g. 
Now No. i3 on Reg. of G.L. of Nova Scotia. 


3 Dee. 1856 

Cons. Jan. 1855. 


994 


693 


694 


Oakley Lodge. 


Black Boy Hotel, Church St., BasingStoke, Hampshire 1857 

Masonic Hall, Winchester Street, Basingstoke 1865 

11 Church Street, n 1869 

„ Sarum Hill, „ 1885 


26 Jan. 1857 

Cons. 3 Aug. 1S57. 


995 


694 




St. Teilo Lodge. 


Cawdor Arms Hotel, Rhosmaen Street, LlandilO, 

Carmarthenshire 1857 
Erased 4 September 1868. 


11 Feb. 1857 

Cons. 26 June 1857. 


996 


695 


696 


St. Bartholomew Lodge. 


Dartmouth Arms Hotel, Holyhead Road, Wednesbupy, 

Staffordshire 1857 
Anchor Hotel, Holyhead Road, Wednesbury 1876 


4 Mapch 1857 

Cons. 18 Nov. 1857. 


997 


696 


697 


United Lodge. 


Town Hall, High Street, ColchesteP, Essex 1857 

(Consecration.) 
George Hotel, High Street, Colchester 1857 


4 Mapch 1857 

Cons. 8 June 1857. 


998 


697 


698 


Byde Lodge. 


Masonic Hall, John St., Ryde, Isle of Wight, Hampshire 1857 


5 Mareh 1857 

Cons, 25 March 1857. 


999 


698 


699 


Boseawen Lodge. 


Britannia Hotel, Fore Street, ChaeewatOP, Cornwall 1857 
Masonic Hall, „ Chacewater 1878 


16 March 1857 

Cons. 24 May 1857. 


1000 


699 




Stirling Lodge. 


StiPling (Hastings), Canada West, Ontario 1857 
Erased, Warrant returned, 27 Novetnier 1857. 
Now No. 69 on Reg. of G.L. of Canada in Ontario. 


16 Appil 1857 


1001 


•• 


700 


Nelson Lodge. 


Gun Tavern, New Road, Woolwich, London 1857 
Red Lion, Mulgrave Place, n n 1857 
Masonic Hall, William Street, Woolwich, „ 1867 
Masonic Hall, Plumstead, Ke7it 1889 


16 AppU 1857 

Cons. 30 June 1857. 


1002 


700 




Nopthumberland Lodge. 


Masonic Hall, Pleasant St., Newcastle (Northumberland), 

New BrunSWiek, North America 1857 
Erased g Aprit i86g. 
Now No. 17 on Reg. of G.L. of New Brunswick. 


16 AppU 1857 

Cons. 10 March 1857. 


1003 


701 


702 


Shepbome Lodge. , 


Royal George Hotel, King St., StPOUd, Gloucestershire 1857 
Subscription Rooms, George Street, Stroud 1873 


19 April 1857 


1004 


702 


703 


Clifton Lodge. 


Railway Hotel, Talbot Road, Blackpool, Lancashire 1857 
Clifton Arms Hotel, Central Beach, Blackpool i860 
Royal Hotel, Central Beach, 11 1880 
County and Lane End Hotel, Central Beach, it 1888 
Clifton Arms Hotel, ir " 1892 


29 Appil 1857 


1005 


703 



[ 309 ] 



Name of Lodge. 



704 



Camden Lodgre. 



705 



Tongariro Lodge. 



706 



Florence Nightingale Lodge. 



707 



708 



709 



St. Mary's Lodge. 



Carnarvon Lodge. 



Invieta Lodge of Ashford. 



710 



Pleiades Lodge. 



711 



712 



Lodge of Good Will. 



Lindsey Lodge. 



Places of Meeting. 



Assembly Rooms Tavern, Kentish Town Road, 

Kentish Town, London 1857 

Brcacknock Tavern, Camden Road Villas, 

Kentish Town, n i860 

York and .\lbany, Gloucester Gate, Regent's Park, n 1861 
Lamb Hotel, Metropolitan Cattle Market, 

Caledonian Road, Islington, n 1862 

York and Albany, Gloucester Gate, Regent's Park, n 1870 
Bull and Gate Tavern, Kentish Town Road, 

Kentish Town, 11 1873 

Guildhall Tavern, Gresham Street, n 1880 

Anderton's Hotel, Fleet Street, n 1883 



Rutland Hotel, Victoria Avenue, Wanganul 

(Wanganui), Wellington, New Zealand 1857 

Had a Dispensation to work for two years, 30 June 1857. 
Warrant not issued until March 1862. 



Freemasons' Hall, Harrison Place, 
New Masonic Hall, n 



Wanganui 1868 
1884 



Town Hall, Woolwich, London 1857 

Crown and Anchor Hotel, High Street, Woolwich, „ 1857 
Freemasons' Tavern, Dock Yard, Station Road, n 11 1858 
Masonic Hall, William Street, m n i860 

Royal Mortar Hotel, Beresford Square, n n 1893 



Bull Hotel, East Street, 
Masonic Hall, ir 



Bridport, Dorsetshire 1857 
Bridport 1882 



Mitre Hotel, Hampton Court Bridge, Hampton Court, 

Middlesex 1857 



Assembly Rooms, High Street, 
George Hotel, n 

Assembly Rooms, n 

Corn Exchange, Queen Street, 
Bank Street Hall, Bank Street, 



Auction Mart, The Plains, 
Seven Stars Hotel, The Plains, 
Masonic Hall, Mill Lane, 



Ashford, Kent 1857 

Ashford 1857 

11 1859 

II 1861 

1877 



Totnes, Devonshire 1857 

Totnes i860 

II 1864 



Private Room, St. Mary's Terrace, Port Elizabeth 

(Port Elizabeth), Cape Colony, South Africa 1858 
Masonic Temple, Parliament Street, Port Elizabeth 1863 



Public Buildings, Mercer Row, 
Masonic Rooms, Upgate, 
Masonic Hall, Rosemary Lane, 



Louth, Lincolnshire 1857 

Louth 1859 

11 1861 



Date of Warrant 
or Constitution. 



29 April 1857 

Cons. 16 June 1857. 



30 June 1857 

Cons. 7 Oct. 1857. 



18 June 1857 

Cons. 4 Aug. 1857. 



18 June 1857 

Cons. 23 July 1857. 



18 June 1857 

Cons. 16 July 1857. 



4 July 1857 

Cons. 2 Sept. 1857. 



23 July 1857 

Cons. 21 Oct. 1857. 

Warrant of Confirmation 

7 February i860. 



30 July 1857 

Cons. 24 June 1858. 



30 July 1857 

Cons. II Sept. 1857. 



1832 



1006 



1863 



704 



1007 



705 



1008 



706 



1009 



707 



1010 



1011 



708 



709 



1012 



710 



1013 



1014 



711 



712 



3IO 



1 894 



Name of Lodge. 



Yarrowee Lodge. 



Yarra Yarra Lodge. 



715 



Panmure Lodge. 



Mount Franklin Lodge of Hiram. 



Ballarat Lodge. 



Boroondapa Lodge. 



Lodge of Peace. 



720 



Panmure Lodge. 



721 



Lodge of Independence. 



Places of Meeting. 



George Hotel, Lydiaid Street, Ballarat (r,renviUe), 

Victoria 1857 
Unicorn Hotel, Sturt Street, Ballarat 1869 

United with " Lodge of Victoria^'' No. 658 \No. gs^o/i^ September 
1875], " Ballarat Lodge ^" No. 717 [No. 1019 of -z October 1857], and 
" United Tradesmen s Lodge" No. 744 \_No. 1046 of rj May 1S58], 
i?i 1869. 

British Queen Hotel, Ballarat 1870 

Masonic Hall, Camp Street, n 1873 

Erased ^ June ^&Sg. 
Now No. 10 on Reg. of G.L. of Victoria. 



Golden Gate Hotel, Clarendon Street, Emerald Hill 

[now South Melbourne] (Bourke), Victoria 1857 
Myrtle Hotel, Emerald Hill [now South Melbourne] 1870 

Golden Gate Hotel, Clarendon Street, 11 1884 

Erased ^ June 1889. 
Now No. II on Reg. of G.L. of Victoria. 



Pembury Tavern, 90 Amhurst Road East, Lower Clapton, 

London 1857 

George Hotel, Aldermanbury, n 1866 

City Terminus Hotel, Cannon Street, n 1870 



Masonic Hall, Daylesford (Talbot), 
Erased 5 June 1889. 
Now No. 12 on Reg. of G.L. of Victoria. 



Ballarat (Grenville), 



Victoria 1857 



Victoria 1857 



United with^^ Varroivee Lodge,^^ No. 713 \_No. 1015 ^25 August 
1857], in 1869. 



Lodge Rooms, Hawthorn (Bourl<e), Victoria 1857 

Sir Robert Nickle Hotel, Hawthorn 1863 

Lapsed prior to 1882. Erased 5 June 1889. 



Lodge Rooms, LongfOrd (Westmoreland), Tasmania 1857 

ti Stanley (Wellington), II 1861 

Odd Fellows' PIall,Hamilton-on-Forth, (Devon), „ 1880 

Liddle's Hotel, Hamilton-on-Forth 1883 

Odd Fellows' Hall, „ 1889 

Erased 3 September 1890. 
Now on Reg. of G.L. of Tasmania. 



Swan Tavern, Clapham Road, Stockwell, LondOn 1857 

Loughborough Hotel, Loughborough Park, Brixton, n 1862 
Balham Hotel, Chestnut Grove, Balham, n 1867 



Pied Bull Inn, Northgate Street, ChOSteP, Cheshire 1857 

Tucker's Hotel, The Bars, Boughton, Chester 1865 

Bars' Hotel, Foregate Street, 11 1867 

Masonic Rooms, 27 Eastgate Row North, n 1873 

Freemasons' Hall, Queen Street, 11 1893 



Date of Warrant 
or Constitution. 



25 Aug. 1857 

Cons. June 1857. 



1832 



1015 



1863 



713 



25 Aug. 1857 



1016 



714 



1 Sept. 1857 

Cons. 17 Oct. 1857. 



2 Oet. 1857 



2 Oet. 1857 



2 Oet. 1857 



2 Oet. 1857 



1017 



1018 



1019 



1020 



715 



716 



717 



718 



1021 



719 



2 Oet. 1857 

Cons. 30 Nov. 1857. 



7 Oet. 1857 

Cons. 27 Oct. 1857. 



1022 



720 



1023 



721 



311 



1894 



Name of Lodge. 



723 



Lodge Moralidad y FUantropia. 



Panmure Lodge. 



724 



725 



726 



IDerby Lodge. 



Stoneleigh Lodge. 



Staffordshire Knot Lodge. 



Collingwood Lodge. 
Admiral Collingwood Lodge, iS86. 



Beechworth Lodge of St. John. 



Meridian Lodge of St. John. 



730 



731 



Ellesmere Lodge. 



Arboretum Lodge. 



Places of Meeting. 



Cadiz (Cadiz), Spain 1857 

Not at work for vtauy years. Erased, Warrant retUT^ed, in 1875. 



Royal Hotel, High Street, Aldershot, Hampshire 1857 

Masonic Rooms, Victoria Road, Aldershot 1864 

Wellington Hotel, Wellington Street, n 1871 

Masonic Hall, Barrack Road, u 18S0 



Derby Arms Hotel, Irlam Road, Bootle, Lancashire 1857 
Railway Hotel, Balive Road, Millers Bridge, Bootle 1865 

Masonic Hall, 22 Hope Street, Liverpool, Lancashire 1868 



King's Arms Hotel, Castle End, KenilWOrth, 

Warwickshire 185S 
Craven Arms Hotel, High St., Coventry, -i 1887 



Grand Junction Hotel, Newport Road, Stafford, 

Staffordshire 1858 

Vine Hotel, Salter Street, Stafford 1861 

North Western Hotel, Station Road, n 1873 

Swan Hotel, Greengate Street, f 1882 



Swan Hotel, Gertrude Street, ColUngWOOd (Bourke), 

Victoria 1856 

Lodge Rooms, Fitzroy (Bourke), n 1862 

Masonic Hall, Lonsdale St., Melbourne (Bourke), 11 1869 

Freemasons' Hall, Collins Street East, Melbourne 1886 

Erased 5 J-une i88g. 

Now No. 13 on Reg. of G.L. of Victoria. 



Eldorado Tavern, High Street, BeechWOrth (Bogong), 

Victoria 1857 
Freemasons' Hall, Loch Street, Beechworth i860 

Erased 5 June 1889. 
Now No. 14 on Reg. of G.L. of Victoria. 



Lodge Rooms, Melbourne (Bourke), Victoria 1857 

St. Patrick's Hall, Bourke Street, Melbourne 1863 

Masonic Hall, Lonsdale Street, n 1869 

Freemasons' Hall, Collins Sti-eet East, n 1886 

Erased i^ June iBgo. 
Now No. J52 on Reg. of G.L. of Victoria. 



Red Lion Hotel, Market Street, 
Royal Oak Hotel, ir 

Town Hall, 11 



Chorley, Lancashire 1858 

Choriey 1865 

„ 1879 



Arboretum Hotel, Arboretum Street, Litchurch, Derby, 

Derbyshire 1858 
Masonic Hall, Gower Street, Derby 1876 



Date of Warrant 
or Constitution. 



16 Oct. 1857 



13 Nov. 1857 

Cons. 31 Dec. 1857. 



20 Nov. 1857 

Cons. 28 Nov. 1857. 



21 Nov. 1857 

Cons. 10 Feb. 1838. 



28 Nov. 1857 

Cons. 4 March 1858. 



1 Dee. 1857 

Cons. 3 Nov. 1856. 



1 Dee. 1857 



1 Dee. 1857 



19 Dee. 1857 

Cons. 3 March 1858. 



25 Dee. 1857 

Cons. lo March 1858. 



1832 



1024 



1025 



1863 



722 



723 



1026 



724 



1027 



725 



1028 



726 



1029 



727 



1030 



728 



1031 



729 



1032 



730 



1033 



731 



312 



Name of Lodge. 



732 



733 



Royal Brunswick Lodge. 



Westbourne Lodge. 



734 



Londesborough Lodge. 



735 



Southern Star Lodge. 



British Lodge. 



737 



Wentworth Lodge. 



738 



Port Natal Lodge. 



739 



Temperance Lodge. 



Lodge of Fidelity. 



Wellington Lodge. 



Places of Meeting. 



Old Ship ITotel, King's Road, 
Royal I'avilion, Pavilion Parade, 



Brighton, Sussex iS 
Brighton iS 



Manor House Tavern, Westbourne Terrace North, 

Paddington, London 1858 

Mitre Hotel, Craven Terrace, Upper Hyde Park 

Gardens, u 1861 

New Inn, Edgeware Road, n 1864 

Lord's Hotel, Lord's Cricket Ground, St. John's Wood, M 1869 

Holborn Restaurant, Holborn, n 1889 



Freemasons' Hall, Victoria Rooms, Garrison Street, 

Bridlington Quay, Yorkshire 1858 

MasonicHall, St. John's Avenue, Bridlington, it 1875 



Lodge Rooms, Nelson (Waimea), Nelson, New Zealand 1858 
Masonic Hall, Collingvvood Street, Nelson 1873 



Lodge Rooms, Port Louis, Mauritius, East Coast of 

Africa 1858 
Masonic Temple, Port Louis, Mauritius 1878 

Last Return 18S7. Erased t June 1894. 



Hind Hotel, Sheep Street, Wellingborough, 

Northamptonshire 1858 

Town TTall, Silver Street, Wellingborough 1864 

Hind Hotel, Sheep Street, <i 1877 

Masonic Hall, Herriott's Lane, 11 1879 

Hind Hotel, Sheep Street, n 1881 

Masonic Hall, Herriott's Lane, n 1885 



Royal Hotel, Smith Street, Durban (Durban), Natal, 

South Africa 1858 
Masonic Hall, Gardiner Street, Durban 1861 

Masonic Rooms, Pine Terrace, n 1863 

Jonsson's Hotel, Field Street, n 1865 

Masonic Hall, Smith Street, n 1871 



Masonic Rooms, New Hall Street, Birmingham, 

Warwickshire 1858 
Masonic Hall, New Street, Birmingham 1869 



Masonic Hall, The Esplanade, Singapore, Malay 

Peninsula, East Indies 1858 
United with " Lodge Zetland in the East,^' iVb. 508 [No, 748 ofz6 
February 1845], in 1867. 



Lodge Rooms, Mudgee (Wellington), New South Wales 1858 
Lapsed be/ore 1880. Erased 5 December 1888. 



Date of Warrant 
or Constitution. 



25 Dec. 1857 

Cons. 27 May 1858. 



1 Jan. 1868 

Cons. 4 Feb. 1858. 



3 Feb. 1858 

Cons. 9 June 1858. 



6 Feb. 1858 

Cons. 4 Oct. 1858. 



3 March 1858 



3 March 1858 

Cons. lo May 1858. 



3 March 1858 

Cons. 14 June 1858. 

Warrant of Confirmation, 
18 Aug. 1893. 



21 March 1858 

Cons. 26 April 1858. 



3 April 1858 

Cons. 5 Aug. 1858. 



1 May 1858 



1832 


1863 


1034 


732 


1035 


733 


1036 


734 


1037 


735 


1038 


736 


1039 


737 


1040 


738 


1041 


739 


1042 


740 


1043 


741 



313 



749 



750 



Name of Lodge. 



Crystal Palace Lodge. 



Meridian Lodge. 



United Tradesmen's Lodge of 
Ballarat East. 

United Tradesmen's Lodge, i868. 



Mackenzie Lodge. 



Lodge of Industry. 

Excelsior Lodge of Industry, 

1879. 



Mariners' Lodge. 
Melbourne Lodge, 1880. 



Lodge of Mount Macedon. 
Lodge of St. George, 1883- 



BelgFave Lodge. 



Lodge of Friendship. 



Places of Meeting. 



Longton Hotel, Sydenham, London 1858 

Crystal Palace, Palace Road, Sydenham, n 1858 

Star and Garter Hotel, Kew Bridge, Ealing, m 1873 

Crystal Palace, Palace Road, Sydenham, ti 1879 



Thirty-first Regiment of Foot 1858 

At Gibraltar (Malaga), Spain 1876 

11 Aldershot, Hampshire 1884 

Now designated the 1st Battalion East Surrey Regiment. 



Yarrowee Hotel, 

Exchange Hall, Bridge Street, 

United with " Yarrowee Lodge^^ No. 713 \_No. 1015 of 25 August 
1857J, in i86g. 



Ballarat, Victoria 1857 
Ballarat 1862 



Lodge Rooms, Maldon (Talbot), Victoria 1858 

11 Vaughan n n 1864 

Mechanics' Institute, NeWStead (Talbot), n 1873 

Erased 5 June 1889. 
Now No. 15 on Reg. of G.L. of Victoria. 



Builders' Arms, WilliamstOWn (Bourke), Victoria 1858 

Napier Hotel, Williamstown 1870 

Telegraph Hotel, n 1872 

United with *' Exceisior Lodge" No, 1117 \.of'2\ May 1866], in 1874. 
Scudd's Club Hotel, Williamstown 1883 

Masonic Hall, Electra Street, n 1886 

Erased 5 June 1889. 
Now No. 16 on Reg. of G.L. of Victoria. 



Lodge Rooms, Melbourne (Bourke), Victoria 1858 

Masonic Hall, Lonsdale Street, Melbourne 1881 

Freemasons' Hall, Collins Street East, 1, 1886 

Erased 5 June 1889. 
Now No. 17 on Reg. of G.L. of Victoria. 



Bridge Inn, Mount Alexander Road, Gisborne 

(Bourke), Victoria 1858 
Masonic Hall, DunoUy (Gladstone), n 1883 

Erased 5 June i88g. 
Now No. 18 on Reg. of G.L. of Victoria. 



Gun Tavern, Lupus Street, Pimlico, LondOH 1858 

Denbigh Arms, Denbigh Place, n n 1859 

St. James' Hall, Piccadilly, - it i860 

Anderton's Hotel, Fleet Street, n 1861 



Private Room, Cleckheaton, Yorkshire 1859 

Freemasons' Hall, Railway Street, Cleckheaton 1862 

„ Whitcliffe, ,t 1881 



40 



Date of Warrant 
or Constitution. 



1832 



1863 



17 May 1858 

Cons. lo June T858. 



17 May 1858 



17 May 1858 

Cons. 8 Sept. 1857. 



17 May 1858 



17 May 1858 



17 May 1858 



17 May 1858 



17 May 1858 

Cons. 2o July 1858. 



2 June 1858 

Cons. 6 July 1859. 



1044 



742 



1045 



743 



1046 



744 



1047 



745 



1048 



746 



1049 



747 



1050 



748 



1051 



749 



1052 



750 



[ 314 ] 



1 894 


Name of Lodge. 


Places of Meeting. 


Date of Warrant 
or Constitution. 


1832 


1863 


751 


EastnoF Lodge. 


Feathers Hotel, High Street, Ledbury, Herefordshire 1858 
Masonic Rooms, 9 High Street, Ledbury 188 1 


12 June 1858 

Cons. 28 June 1858. 


1053 


751 


752 


Combepmere Lodge. 


Earl of Zetland Hotel, Stanley Street, CoUingWOOd 

(Bourke), Victoria 1858 
Grace Darling Hotel, Smith Street, Collingwood 1861 
Swan Hotel, Gertrude St., FltZFOy ( Bourke), Victoria 1861 
Masonic Hall, Lonsdale St., Melbourne n " 1868 
Freemasons' Hall, Collins Street East, Melbourne 1886 


2 July 1858 

Cons. 10 Feb. 1858. 


1054 


752 


753 


Prince Fredenek William 
Lodge. 


Knights of St. John Hotel, Queen's Terrace, St. John's 

Wood, London 1858 

Lord's Hotel, Lord's Cricket Ground, St. John's 

Wood, If 1873 
Frascati Restaurant, 32 Oxford Street, n 1893 


2 July 1858 

Cons. 16 Aug. 1858. 


1055 


753 


754 


High Cross Lodge. 


Railway Hotel, Northumberland Park, Tottenham, 

London 1858 

White Hart Hotel, Tottenham Hall, Tottenham, „ 1868 
Seven Sisters' Hotel, Page Green, 11 n 1870 


5 July 1858 

Cons. 27 Aug. 1858. 


1056 


754 


755 


Lodge of St. Tudno. 


Queen's Hotel, The Parade, Llandudno, Carnarvonshire 1859 
Masonic Hall, Mostyn Street, Llandudno 1867 


23 July 1858 

Cons. 20 Jan. 1859. 


1057 


755 




Lodge Good Hope. 


Dacca (Dacca), Bengal, India 1858 
Erased 24 Noiiemher 1880. 


11 Aug. 1858 

Cons. 19 June 1858. 


1058 


756 


757 


ConeoFd Lodge. 


Lodge Rooms, Ali Mahomed Khan Lane, near Baboola 

Tank, Bombay, Bombay, India 1859 

Masonic Hall, Nesbit Road, Mazagon, Bombay 1869 

II Clare Road, Byculla, n i88l 


9 Oet. 1858 

Cons. i8 Feb. 1859. 


1059 


767 


758 


Ellesmere Lodge. 


Roy.il Hotel, Bridgend, RunCOm, Cheshire 1859 
Freemasons' Hall, Bridgwater Street, Bridgend, Runcorn 1863 


9 Oet. 1858 

Cons. 18 Jan. 1B59. 


1060 


758 




Ophip Lodge. 


Wellington Inn, Orange (Wellington and Bathurst), 

New South Wales 1858 
Masonic Hall, Orange 1868 
Erased 5 December 1888. 
Now No. 17 on Reg. of G.L. of New South Wales. 


23 Oet. 1858 


1061 


759 




Southern Cross Lodge. 


Kaiapoi (Ashley), Canterbury, New Zealand 1859 
Masonic Lodge, Sewell Street, Kaiapoi 1873 
M Charles Street, „ 1885 
Seceded, Erased by District Grand Lodge, 1894. 
Now No. 6 on Reg. of G.L. of New Zealand. 


23 Oet. 1858 

Cons. T2 July 1859. 


1062 


760 

1 



[ 315 ] 



Name of Lodge. 



St. John's Lodge. 



Lodge of Concord. 



Marine Lodge of Newcastle. 



Harbour of Refuge Lodge. 



Lodge of St. James. 



Preston Lodge. 

William Preston Lodge, 

1867. 



Union Lodge. 



Sandridge Marine Lodge. 



Maryborough Lodge. 



Corintliian Lodge. 



Castle Lodge. 
Windsor Castle Lodge, 1874. 

Pilgrims' Lodge. 



Places of Meeting. 



Old Bell Hotel, Long Street, Dursley, Gloucestershire 1859 



Castlemaine (Talbot), Victoria 1858 

Warrant returned 12 January 1865. Erased in 1869. 



Newcastle (Northumberland), New South Wales 1858 

Erased ig January 1874. 



Royal Hotel, Church St., West HartlepOOl, Durham 1859 
Freemasons' Hall, Upper Church St., West Hartlepool 1865 



Gregorian Arms, Jamaica Road, Bermondsey, LondOn 1859 

Leather Market Tavern, New Weston St., n it 1861 

Bridge House Hotel, London Bridge, Southwark, n 1872 

Old White Hart Tavern, High Street, „ 1, 1878 

Bridge House Hotel, London Bridge, n n 1880 



Star and Garter Hotel, Lower Richmond Road, 

Putney, London 1859 

Clarendon Hotel, Anerley Road, Anerley, it 1868 

City Terminus Hotel, Cannon Street, it 1872 



Karachi (Sind), 

Masonic Hall, Frere Quarter, 



Bombay, India 1859 
Karachi 1872 



Masonic Hall, Stoke Street, Sandridge [now Port 

Melbourne] (Bourke), Victoria 1858 
Erased 5 June i88g. 
Now No. 21 on Reg. of G.L. of Victoria. 



Masonic Hall, Old Court House, Maryborough 

(Talbot), Victoria 1858 
Not in Lists 1869-187T, but reappears in 1872, 
Erased 5 June 1889. 
Now No. 22 on Reg. of G.L. of Victoria. 



Prince of Wales' Hotel, Sandhurst [now Bendigo] 

(Bendigo), Victoria 1858 
Bendigo Hotel, Sandhurst 1862 

Freemasons' Hall, Myer Street, n 1864 

United with "Golden Lodge of Bendigo," No. 641 [No. 924^24 
October 1854], in 1S72. 



Date of Warrant 
or Constitution. 



5 Nov. 1858 

Cons. 22 Feb. 1859. 



13 Nov. 1858 



24 Nov. 1858 



30 Nov. 1858 

Cons. 31 March 1859. 



30 Nov. 1858 

Cons. 14 Feb. 1859. 



14 Dec. 1858 

Cons. 22 Jan. 1859. 



16 Dee. 1858 

Cons. 23 May 1859. 



21 Dee. 1858 

Cons. 9 July 1858. 



21 Dee. 1858 

Cons. 17 Sept. 1858. 



21 Dec. 1858 



Castle Hotel, High Street, 
Masonic Hall, Church Lane, 



Windsor, Berkshire 1859 
Windsor 1864 



George Hotel, High Street, Glastonbury, Somersetshire 1859 



1832 



7 Jan. 1859 

Cons. 26 July 1859. 



1063 



1064 



1065 



1066 



1067 



1068 



1069 



1070 



1071 



1072 



4 Jan. 1859 1073 

Cons. 16 Feb. 1859. 



1074 



1863 



761 



762 



763 



764 



765 



766 



767 



768 



769 



770 



771 



772 



[ 316 ] 



Name of Lodge. 



773 



Gold Coast Lodge. 



Southern Cross Lodge. 



Miraraiehl Lodge. 



776 



Avalon Lodge. 



777 



778 



Royal Alfred Lodge. 



Bard of Avon Lodge. 



779 



780 



781 



Ferrers and Ivanhoe Lodge. 



Royal Alfred Lodge. 



Merchant Navy Lodge. 



782 



Lodge 
Hope and Perseverance. 



Places of Meeting. 



Cape Coast Castle (Gold Coast), 

Dawson's Hill, Jackson's Street, 
Fort Gate House, Castle Street, 
Masonic Hall, Commercial Road, 
Masonic Rooms, Salt Pond Road, 



West Coast of Africa 
Cape Coast Castle 



1 859 
1878 
1880 
1883 
1892 



Forbes' Hotel, CampbelltOWn (Cumberland), 

New South Wales 1858 
Erased 1 June 1875. 



Temperance Hall, Cunard Street, Chatham 

(Northumberland), NeW BrunSWlck, North Aincrica 1S59 

Levi and Samuel's Building, Water Street, Chatham l85i 

Temperance Hall, Cunard Street, n 1863 

Masonic Hall, corner of Duke and Henderson Streets,ii 1863 

Erased 9 April 1869. 

Now No. 18 on Reg. of G.L. of New Brunswick. 



St. John's (St. John's), Newfoundland, 

North America 1859 

Masonic Hall, St. John's 1873 

Masonic Temple, Harvey Road, n 1886 



Angel Hotel, High Street, 



Guildford, Surrey 1859 



Golden Lion Hotel, Bridge Street, Stratford-upon- 

AVOn, Warwickshire 1859 
Red Horse Hotel, Briilge Street, Stratford-upon-Avon 1865 
Angel and Crown Hotel, High St., Staines, Middlesex 1872 
Greyhound Hotel, Park Gate, Hampton Court. 

Middlesex 1873 
Mitre Hotel, Hampton Court Bridge, Hampton Court 1884 



Town Hall, Market Place, Ashby-de-la-Zouch, 

Leicestershire 1 859 
Masonic Hall, Market Street, Ashby-de-la-Zouch 1894 



Rising Sun, Stamford Bridge, Fulham, 
Star and Garter Hotel, Kew Bridge, Ealing, 



Jamaica Tavern, West India Docks, Poplar, 
Silver Tavern, IJurdett Road, Limehouse, 
Town Hall, Limehouse, 



London 1859 
„ 1859 



London 1859 

n 1867 

M 1894 



Lodge Rooms, Lahore (Lahore), Punjab, India i8 

United 'with " Lodge Ravee,*' No. 1215 [ofi-j Feb. 1868], in 1887. 
Masonic Hall, Lodge Road, Anarkullee, Lahore iS 



Date of Warrant 
or Constitution. 



13 Jan, 1859 

Warrant of Confirmation, 
15 November 1878. 



13 Jan. 1859 

Cons. 17 Nov. 1858. 



23 Jan. 1859 

Cons. i8 Jan. 1859. 



28 Jan. 1859 



28 Jan. 1859 

Cons, 5 May 1859. 



28 Jan. 1859 

Cons. 27 June 1859. 



4 Feb. 1859 

Cons. 6 Oct. 1859. 



4 Feb. 1859 

Cons. 25 Feb. 1859. 



4 March 1859 

Cons. 14 April 1859. 



11 March 1859 

Cons. 27 Dec. 1858. 



1832 



1075 



1863 



773 



1076 



774 



1077 



775 



1078 



776 



1079 



1080 



777 



778 



1081 



1082 



1083 



779 



780 



781 



1084 



782 



[ 317 ] 



Name of Lodge. 



Victoria Lodge, 



Wellington Lodge. 



Twelve Brcther-s' Lodge. 



Croxteth Lodge. 

Croxteth United Service 
Lodge, 1863. 



Beaurepur Lodge. 



Crescent Lodge. 



Dunheved Lodge. 



Teutonia Lodge. 



Richmond Lodge. 



Pelham Pillar Lodge. 



Soutliern Cross Lodge. 



Places of Meeting. 



Hall, in Yates Street, corner of Langley Street, 

Victoria (Vancouver's Island), British Columbia, 

North America 1S59 
Masonic Hall, Government St., Victoria, British Columbia 1870 
/erased 9 December 1871. 
Now No. I on Reg. of G.L. of British Columbia. 



Assembly Rooms, High Street, 
Walmer Castle Hotel, it 

Black Horse Hotel, n 

Public Rooms, Park Street, 



Deal, Kent 1859 

Deal 1859 

I, 1862 

M 1865 



Royal Hotel, Above BarSt., Southampton, Hampshire 1859 

Freemasons' Hall, Bugle Street, Southampton 1872 

It Albion Place, it 1880 



West Derby Hotel, West Derby, Lancashire 1859 

Royal Hotel, Dale Street, Liverpool, " 1864 

Masonic Hall, 22 Hope Street, Liverpool 1866 



New Inn, Market Place, 
Lion Hotel, Bridge Street, 



Belper, Derbyshire 1859 
Belper 1875 



King's Head Hotel, King St., Twickenham, Middlesex 1859 
Eyot Tavern, Eel Pie Island, Twickenham i860 

Island Hotel, 11 >, 1880 

Mitre Hotel, Hampton Court Bridge, Hampton Court, 

Middlesex 1883 



King's Arms Hotel, South Gate Street, Launceston, 

Cornwall i860 
Launceston 1876 



Masonic Hall, Tamar Terrace, 



Buenos Ayres (Buenos Ayres), Argentine Republic, 

South America 1 859 
Erased 11 October 1872. 



Admiral Napier Hotel, Lonsdale Street East, Richmond 

(Bourke), Victoria 1859 
Masonic Hall, Lonsdale Street, Melbourne (Bourke), 

Victoria 1869 
Freemasons' Hall, Richmond 1879 

Lafsed before 1886. Erased 5 June 1889. 



Chapman's Hotel, Central Market, Great Grimsby, 

Lincolnshire 1859 

Masonic HIall, Bull Ring Lane, Great Grimsby 1861 

ti Osborne Street, " 1877 



Lodge Room, Tarrangower [now Maldon] (Talbot), 

Victoria 1859 
Masonic Hall, Tarrangower [now Maldon] 1863 

Erased s June 1889. 
Now No. 24 on Reg. of G.L. of Victoria. 



Date of Warrant 
or Constitution. 



19 March 1859 

Cons. 23 Aug. 1859. 



19 March 1859 

Cons. 18 June 1859. 



23 March 1859 

Cons. 7 May 1859. 

Warrant of ConfirmatioHj 
6 April 1879. 



6 April 1859 

Cons. 20 July 1859. 



14 April 1859 

Cons. 16 June 1859. 



27 April 1859 

Cons. 24 May 1B59. 



16 May 1859 

Cons. 17 Jan. 1S60. 



16 May 1859 

Cons. 18 Oct. 1859. 



2 June 1859 

Cons. 13 Sept. 1859. 



15 June 1859 

Cons. 29 Sept. 1859. 



20 June 1859 



1832 



1085 



1086 



1087 



1088 



1089 



1090 



1091 



1092 



1093 



1094 



1095 



1863 



783 



784 



785 



786 



787 



788 



789 



790 



791 



792 



793 



[ 3i8 ] 



Name of Lodge. 



794 



795 



796 



797 



802 



803 



804 



Warden Lodge. 



St. John's Lodge. 



North Australian Lodge. 



Hauley Lodge. 



Zetland Lodge. 



Cpeswick Havilah Lodge. 



Depwent Lodge. 
South Esk Lodge, 1883. 



Pacific Lodge. 



Lodge of Repose. 

St. Andrew's Lodge. 
Carnarvon Lodge. 

Hamilton Lodge. 



Places of Meeting. 



Town Hall or Moot Hall, Mill Street, Sutton Coldfleld, 

Wai"wickshire 1859 
Royal Hotel, High Street, Sutton Coldfield 1869 



Town Hall, High Street, Maidenhead, Berkshire 1859 

Orkney Arms Hotel, Maidenhead Bridge, Maidenhead 1859 
Ray Mead Hotel, Riverside, n 1875 



Freemasons' Hall, Albert Street, Brisbane (Stanley, 

Moreton), Queensland 1 859 

Masonic Hall, Upper Albert Street, Brisbane 1862 

Masonic Hall, Alice Street, n 1887 



Private Room, rear of Castle Hotel, Dartmouth, 

Devonshire i860 

Hauley Hall (Old Mayoralty House), Lower Street, 

Dartmouth 1862 



Junction Hotel, Kyneton (Dalhousie), Victoria 1859 

Oddfellows' Hall, Kyneton 1869 

Masonic Hall, n 1881 

Manchester Unity Hall, „ 1885 

£.rased ^ Jitne i88g. 
Now No. 25 on Reg. of G.L. of Victoria. 



Anthony's American Hotel, CreSWick (Talbot), Victoria 1859 

F.'-a^'et' ^Jnne iSSg. 
Now No. 26 on Reg. of G.L. of Victoria. 

New Norfolk (Buckingham), Tasmania 1859 

Council Chamber, Evandale (Cornwall), p, 1883 

Erased 3 Sejilember i8go. 
Now on Reg. of G.L. of Tasmania. 



Freemasons' Hall, Collins Street, Hobart (Buckingham), 

Tasmania i860 

Bastian's Bird-in-hand Hotel, Argyle Street, Hobart 1861 

Freemasons' Hall, Collins Street, m 1872 

11 Murray .Street, n 1881 

Erased 3 Septeviber 1890. 

Now No. s on Reg. of G.L. of Tasmania. 



King's Head Hotel, Corn Market, Derby, Derbyshire i860 
Bell Hotel, Sadler Gate, Derby 1867 

St, James's Hotel, St. James's Street, „ 1872 

Masonic Hall, Cower Street, „ 1879 



Swan Hotel, High Street, BiggleSWade, Bedfordshire i860 



Date of Warrant 
or Constitution. 



20 June 1859 

Cons. lo Oct. 1859. 



10 July 1859 

Cons. 25 Oct. [859. 



17 Aug. 1859 

Cons. 13 July 1859. 



9 Sept. 1859 

Cons. Sept. i860. 



21 Sept. 1859 

Cons. 22 Feb. 1859. 



1832 



Black Dog Inn, West Street, 
Town Hall, East Street, 
Masonic Hall, Waterloo Road, 



Havant, Hampshire i860 

Havant 1875 

n 1876 



Adelaide Street, Spanish Town (St. Catherine, 

Middlesex), Jamaica, West Indies i860 
Erased 5 June 1870. 



21 Sept. 1859 

Cons. 13 June 1859. 

13 Oct, 1859 

Dispensation in 1859 

for 12 months. 

Warrant sent 19 Oct. 1861 



13 Oct. 1859 

Dispensation in 1859 

for 12 months. 

Cons. T3 June i860. 

Warrant sent 17 Jan. 186 



27 Oet. 1859 

Cons. 16 Feb. i860. 



6 Dee. 1859 

Cons. 17 Jan. i36o. 

8 Dee. 1859 

Cons. 3 Jan. i860. 



8 Jan. 1860 

Cons. 31 May i860. 



1096 



1097 



1098 



1099 



1863 



794 



795 



796 



797 



1100 


798 


1101 


799 


1102 


800 


1103 


801 


1104 


802 


1105 


803 


1106 


804 


1107 


805 



[ 319 ] 



Name of Lodge. 



Homer Lodge. 



Cabbell Lodge. 



Salisbury Lodge. 



Lodge of 
United Good Fellowship 



Craven Lodge. 



Yarborough Lodge. 



Eden Valley Lodge. 



New Concord Lodge. 



Parrett and Axe Lodge. 



Blair Lodge. 



Royd's Lodge. 



Robert Burns Lodge of Australia. 



Places of Meeting. 



English Club, Smyrna, Turkey in Asia Rlinor i860 

Masonic Hall, Medjidieh .Street, Smyrna 1879 

Englisli Club, „ 1883 

Masonic Hall, Frank Street, ir 1884 

English Club, „ 1886 



Star Inn, Haymarket, St. Peter of Mancroft, Norwich, 

Norfolk 1860 

Masonic Hall, Theatre Plain, Norwich 1861 

Lamb Hotel, Haymarket, ir 1876 

Rampant Horse Hotel, Rampant Horse Street, n 1877 

Masonic Rooms, 23, now 47, St. Giles Street, n 1879 



Kay's Hotel, Petitcodiac Road, Salisbury (Westminster), 

New Brunswick, North America 1858 
Private Room, Telegraph Street, Salisbury 1864 

II Petitcodiac Street, 11 1866 

Warrant surrendered 5 Nov. 1867. Erased g April 1869. 
Now No. 20 on Reg. of G.L. of New Brunswick. 



Rose and Crown Hotel, Market Place, Wisbech, 

Cambrulpeshire i860 



Devonshire Hotel, Newmarket St., Skipton, Yorkshire i860 
Victoria Buildings, Belmont Street, Skipton 1890 



Old Ship Hotel, King's Road, Brighton, Sussex i860 

Royal Pavilion, Pavilion Parade, Brighton 1872 



King's Head Hotel, Bridge St., Appleby, Westmorland i860 
Private Room, Market Place, Appleby 1879 

Erased t^Wari ant returned) ag July 1890. 



Rosemary Branch Tavern, Shepparton Road, Hoxton, 

London i860 

Guildhall Tavern, Gresham Street, n 1878 



Assembly Rooms, George Hotel, Market Square, 

Crewkerne, Somersetshire i860 
Town Hall, Market Place, Crewkerne '1887 



Raglan Hotel, Embden Street, Hulme (near Manchester), 

Lancashire 1S60 



25 Jan. 1860 

Cons. 7 Aug. i860. 

Warrant of Confirmation, 

2 Dec. 1884. 



7 Feb. 1860 

Cons. 19 April i860. 



Town Hall, Stretford Road, 



Hulme 1865 



Masonic Rooms, Spring Gardens, Wardle, Lancashire i860 
Sun Inn, Featherstall Road, LittleborOUgh, n 1885 

Falcon Inn, Church Street, Littleborough 1892 



Freemasons' Hall, York Street, Sydney (Cumberland), 

New South Wales i860 
Erased^ December 1S8S, 
Now No. 21 on Reg. of G.L. of New South Wales. 



Date of Warrant 
or Constitution. 



7 Feb. 1860 

Cons. 3 Aug. 1858. 



10 Feb. 1860 

Cons. II April i860. 

14 Feb. 1860 

Cons, s March i860. 



18 Feb. 1860 

Cons. 6 Sept. i860. 



22 Feb. 1860 



25 Feb. 1860 

Cons. 23 March i860. 



6 March 1860 

Cons. lo July i860. 



6 March 1860 

Cons. 13 April i860. 



10 March 1860 



1832 



1108 



13 March 1860 



1109 



1110 



1111 



1112 



1113 



1114 



1115 



1116 



1117 



1118 



1119 



1863 



806 



807 



808 



809 



810 



811 



812 



813 



814 



815 



816 



817 



[ 320 ] 



Name of Lodge. 



Philanthropic Lodge. 



Deutscher Bund Lodge, 



Lily Lodge of Richmond. 



King Hiram Lodge. 



Victoria Rifles' Lodge. 



Everton Lodge. 



Mount Calpe Lodge. 



Lodge Excelsior. 



Provineial Grand Officers' Lodge. 



St. John's Lodge. 



St. John's Lodge. 



Sydney Lodge. 



Places of Meeting. 



Angel Hotel, Cross St., Abergavenny, Monmouthshire i860 
Masonic Hall, Lion Street, Abergavenny 1866 



King's Hotel, Galata, Constantinople, Turkey i860 

Kaltzer's Hotel, Pera, Constantinople 1862 

No. 34 Azmali Medjid, Pera, ,., 1864 

No. 373 Grand Rue, Pera, ic 1867 

Efased ^ June 1884. 



Talbot Hotel, Hill Street, Richmond, London i860 

White Cross Hotel, Waterside, Richmond, n 1861 

Greyhound Hotel, George Street, n n 1866 



James Campbell's Store, Country District, St. Eleanor's, 

(Prince's), Prince Edward Island, North America 1858 
W. T. Hcmt's, Country District, St. Eleanor's 1872 

Erased 24 June 1875. 
Now No. 3 on Reg. of G.L. of Prince Edward Island. 



Queen's Arms Hotel, High Road, Kilburn, London i860 

Freemasons' Tavern, Great Queen Street, it 1862 

Freemasons' Hall, m m 1865 



Clarence Hotel, Everton, Lancashire i860 

Masonic Hall, 22 Hope Street, Liverpool, u 1866 



2nd Battalion Twelfth Regiment of Foot i860 

Constituted at Tilbury's Royal Hotel, Aldershot, Hampshire^ 
was subsequently designated 2nd Battalion Suffolk Regiment. Made 
no Returns after 1863. 

Erased ^ Au^st i8go. 



F'reemasons' Hall, 55 Bentinck Street, Calcutta, 

Bengal, India i860 
Erased 24 Marck 1880. 



Freemasons' Hall, 55 Bentinck Street, Calcutta, 

Bengal, India i860 
Erased 12 Decemher 1864. 



Saw Inn, Mill Road, Batley Carr (near Dewsbury), 

Yorkshire i860 
Masonic Temple, Ilalifax Road, DeWSbury 1865 



Lodge Room, African Street, Grahamstown / 

(Albany), CapC Colony, South Africa i860 
Waller's Rooms, Grahamstown 1869 

Freemasons' Hall, Plight Street, n 1878 

Masonic Temple, Hill Street, „ 1883 



Date of Warrant 
or Constitution. 



23 March 1860 

Cons. 15 May i860. 



30 March 1860 



10 April 1860 

Cons. lo May i860. 



4 June 1860 

Cons. 4 Oct. 185S. 



4 June 1860 

Cons. I Nov. i860. 



13 June 1860 

Cons. 27 July i860. 



25 June 1860 

Cons. 30 July i860. 



Black Plorse Hotel, High Street, 



SidCUp, Kent i860 



6 July 1860 

Cons. 15 May i860. 



6 July 1860 



21 July 1860 

Cons. 1 Oct. 1866. 



7 Aug. 1860 

Cons. 29 Nov. i860. 



17 Aug. 1860 

Cons. 13 Nov. i860. 



1832 



1120 



1121 



1122 



1123 



1124 



1125 



1126 



1127 



1128 



1129 



1130 



1863 



818 



819 



820 



821 



822 



823 



824 



825 



826 



827 



828 



1131 



829 



[ 321 ] 



1 894 
830 



Name of Lodge. 



832 



833 



834 



836 



837 



838 



839 



840 



Endeavour Lodge. 



British Oak Lodge. 



Lodge Victoria in Burma. 



Afan Lodge. 



Places of Meeting. 



Ranelagh Lodge. 



Lodge Stability. 



Lodge Liglit in Adjoodliia. 



De Grey and Ripon Lodge. 



Franlilin Lodge. 



Royal Gloueestersliire Lodge. 



Seientifie Lodge. 



Mauritius Lodge of Harmony. 



Old General Inn, descent Road, 
Queen's Arms, Wharf Street, 



Dukinfleld, Cheshire 
Dukinfield 



i860 
1S74 



Guraey's Hotel, Stratford Bridge, Stratford, London i860 
Bank of Friendship Tavern, Bancroft Place, Mile End, ti 1867 
Beaumont Hall, Beaumont Square, Mile End, n 1871 

Erased ^ June 1874. 



Cantonment Lodge Room, Rangoon (Pegu), 

British Burma, East Indies 1S60 
Masonic Temple, Budd's Road, Rangoon 1870 



Walnut Tree Hotel, High Street, Aberavon, 

Glamorganshire i860 

National School Rooms, Church Street, Aberavon 1862 

Masons' Hall, Water Street, n 1874 



Windsor Castle Hotel, King St., Hammersmith, London i860 

Royal Sussex Hotel, Broadway, n n 1870 

Clarendon Arms Hotel, n m m 1872 

Bell and Anchor Hotel, West Kensington Gardens, n 1878 

The Criterion, Piccadilly, ir 1880 



Gonda (Oudh), N. W. Provinces, India i860 

Erased 30 January 1 864. 



Masonic Hall, Fyzabad (Oudh), N. IT. Provinces, India i860 

II Adjoodhia, Fyzabad 1880 

No. 4 Civil Lines, n 1886 

No. 2 Bungalow, Guptar Park, n 1892 



Date of Warrant 
or Constitution. 



25 Aug. 1860 

Cons. i6 Oct. i860. 



7 Sept. 1860 

Cons. 17 Dec. i860. 



26 Sept. 1860 

Cons. 6 Feb. i860. 

Warrant ofConfirmation 
2 March 1891, 



29 Sept. 1860 

Cons. 8 Nov. J 860. 



5 Oet. 1860 

Cons. 20 Nov. i860. 



Town Hall, The Sqnare, 



Ripon, Yorkshire i860 



Peacock Hotel, Market Place, Boston, Lincolnshire i860 



Beaufort House, College Green, Gloucester, 

Gloucestershire 1 861 
Bell Hotel, Southgate Street, Gloucester 1866 



National School Room, High Street, Stony Stratford, 

Buckinghamshire i860 
Cock Tavern, High Street, Stony Stratford 1861 

Victoria Hotel, Church St., Wolverton,.5«c^'?'«.r''"'""''"'''^ '^62 



British Lodge Rooms, Port Louis, Mauritius, 

East Coast of Africa 1861 
Lodge Rooms of Lodge la Triple Esperance, Port I^uis 1864 
Erased 17 January 1B68. 



41 



1832 



1863 



6 Oct. 1860 



7 Oct. 1860 

Cons. 5 May i860. 



9 Oet. 1860 

Cons. 26 Oct. i860. 



18 Oet. 1860 

Cons. 18 Dec. i860. 



18 Oet. 1860 

Cons. 12 April 1861. 



25 Oct. 1860 

Cons. 15 Dec. i860. 



10 Nov. 1860 

Cons. 16 Jan. 1861. 



1132 



1133 



830 



831: 



1134 



1135 



1136 



832 



833 



834 



1137 



1138 



835 



836 



1139 



1140 



1141 



1-142 



837 



838 



839 



840 



1143 



841 



322 



Name of Lodge. 



Mac Donnell Lodge. 



Heathcote Lodge. 



844 



Lodge of Otago. 



Kent Lodge of East CoUingwood. 



Kilraore Lodge. 



847 



FoFteseue Lodge. 



St. Luke's Lodge. 



St. George's Lodge. 



850 



851 



St. Oswald Lodge. 



Worthing Lodge of 
Friendship. 



Places of Meeting. 



Pier Hotel Glenelg (Adelaide), 
The Institute, 

Erased 2 Jutte 1885. 

Now No. 10 on Reg. of G.L. of South Australia. 



South Australia i860 
Glenelg 1879 



Masonic Hall, High Street, HeathCOte (Dalhousie), 

Victoria 1859 
Erased 5 June 1889. 
Now No. 30 on Reg. of G.L. of Victoria. 



Commercial Hotel, High Street, Dunedin (Taieri), 

Otago, New Zealand 1 860 

Shamrock Hotel, Rattray Street, Dunedin 1862 

Masonic Hall, Princes Street, m 1864 
United with '* Hiram Lodge" No. -lii-j {.ofi'j August 1866], in 1871. 

Freemasons' Hall, Moray Place, Dunedin 1870 

Dunedin Masonic Hall, Moray Place, n 1881 

N.B. — A majority of members formed a New Lodge, now No. 7 on 
Reg, of G.L. of New Zealand. 



Grace Darling Hotel, Smith Street, CollingWOOd 

(Bourke), Victoria i860 
Sir Robert Peel Hotel, Smith Street, CoUingwood 1866 

Masonic Hall, Lonsdale Street, Melbourne (Bourke), 

Victoria 1875 
Freemasons' Hall, Collins Street East, Melbourne 1886 

Erased ^ June 1889. 
Now No. 31 on Reg. of G.L. of Victoria. 



Venge's Hotel, Kilmore (Dalhousie), Victoria i860 

Red Lion Hotel, Sydney Street, Kilmore 1862 

Bro. Heath's, „ 1873 

St. Andrew's Hall, ,, 1875 

Masonic Hall, Sydney Street, n 1885 
Erased 5 June 1889. 
Now No. 32 on Reg. of G.L. of Victoria. 



Manor Assembly Rooms, High St., Honiton, Devonshire 1861 

Dolphin Hotel, High Street, Honiton 1862' 

Private Rooms, Dowell's Lane, „ 1865 

Masonic Hall, High Street, n 1873 

Manor House, n 1, 1874 

Masonic Hall, h „ 1880 



Dum Dum, 

Fort William, 



Erased iz January 1881. 



Bengal, India i860 
Calcutta, Bengal 1865 



Lower Horton (King's), Nova Seotia, North America i860 
Erased i September \Z6t^. 
N.B. — This is a DupHcate or Continuation of No. 832 of rg May 
1785, warranted by G.L. 10 March 1829. See page 264. 



Board Room, Poor Law Union, AshbOUrne, Derbyshire 1S61 
Assembly Rooms, Town Hall, Market Place, Ashbourne 1862 



Town Hall, Chapel Road, Worthing, Sussex 1861 

Steyne Assembly Rooms, Marine Place, Worthing 1868 



Date of Warrant 
or Constitution. 



16 Nov. 1860 

Cons. T5 May i860. 



27 Nov. 1860 

Cons. IS July 1S59. 



27 Nov. 1860 

Cons. 29 Aug. i860. 



27 Nov. 1860 



27 Nov. 1860 

Cons. 2 May i860. 



27 Nov. 1860 

Cons. 22 Jan. 1861. 



5 Dec. 1860 

Cons. 19 Oct. i860. 



II Dee. 1860 



15 Dec. 1860 

Cons. 4 Feb. t86i. 



2 Jan. 1861 

Cons. 4 April 1861. 



1832 



1863 



1144 



842 



1145 



1146 



843 



844 



1147 



845 



1148 



846 



1149 



847 



1150 



1151 



848 



849 



1152 



1153 



850 



851 



323 



Name of Lodge. 



Zetland Lodge. 



British Kaffrarian Lodge. 

Albert Lodge. 
Lodge of Sympathy. 



St. Matthew's Lodge. 
Restormel Lodge, 1880. 



St. Mark's Lodge. 



South Middlesex Lodge. 



sir Isaac Newton University 
Lodge. 

Isaac Newton University 
Lodge, 1862. 



Dalhousie Lodge. 



Finsbury Lodge. 



Whittington Lodge. 



Places of Meeting. 



Duke of Lancaster Inn, Browning Street and East Market 

Street, Salford, Lancashire iS6l 

Royal Veteran Inn, Stanley Street, Salford 1863 

Albert Hotel, New Bailey Street, n 1871 

Masonic Hall, 41 The Crescent, ti 1880 



King William's Town (King William's Town), 

Cape Colony, South Africa 1861 
Masonic Temple, Alexandra Road, King William's Town 1883 



Duke of York Inn, ShaW (near Oldham), Za«irflj/^i>c 1861 



Vine Tavern, Long Street, Wotton-Under-Edge, 

Gloucestershire 1 86 1 
White Lion Hotel, Long Street, Wotton-under-Edge 1866 

Swan Hotel, Market Street, n 1874 



Talbot Hotel, North Street, Lostwithicl, Cor7vwaU 1861 

Old Duchy Palace, Quay Street, Lostwithiel 1878 



Horns Tavern, Kennington Park Road, Kennington, 

London i86i 

Duke of Edinburgh Tavern, Ferndale Road, Brixton, •■ 1870 

Half Moon Tavern, Half Moon Lane, Heme Hill, u 1872 
Surrey Masonic Hall, Camberwell New Road, 

Camberwell, n 1875 



Beaufort Hotel, North End, Fulham, 



London 1861 



Red Lion Hotel, Petty Cury, Cambridge, Cambridgeshire 1861 
Lodge Rooms, No. i Hobson's Passage, Cambridge 1863 

„ No. 29J Green Street, n 1867 

Red Lion Hotel, Petty Cury, ,1 1880 

Masonic Hall, Corn Exchange Street, n 1893 



Duke of Kent Hotel, Old Kent Road, London 1861 

Falcon Hotel, Fetter Lane, 1, 1866 

Anderton's Hotel, Fleet Street, 1, 1867 



Princeof Wales' Tavern, Banner St., St. Luke's, London 1861 



Jolly Anglers, Bath Street, Old Street, 

"Rosemary Branch Tavern, Shepparton Road, Hoxton, 

London Tavern, Fenchurch Street, 

St. Botolph's Chambers, 191 Bishopsgate Street, 

Great Eastern Hotel, Liverpool Street, 



1869 

1873 
1880 
1884 
1892 



Whittington Club House, Arundel St., Strand, London 1861 
Masonic Union Club, 14 Bedford Row, ir 1865 

Anderton's Hotel, Fleet Street, „ 1868 

Freemasons' Hall, Great Queen Street, ir 1877 



Date of Warrant 
or Constitution. 



3 Jan. 1861 

Cons. Z4 Jan. iS6i. 



12 Jan. 1861 

Cons. 13 Nov. t86i.. 



22 Jan. 1861 

Cons. II April iS6i. 



1 Feb. 1861 

Cons. II April 1861. 



1 Feb. 1861 

Cons. 22 Oct. 1861. 



12 Feb. 1861 

Cons. 21 March 1861. 



12 Feb. 1861 

Cons. 22 April 1861. 



20 Feb. 1861 

Cons. 21 May 1861. 



5 March 1861 

Cons. II April 1861. 



16 March 1861 

Cons. 24 May 1861. 



28 March 1861 

Cons. 20 May 1861. 



1832 


1863 


1154 


852 


1155 


853 


1156 


854 


1157 


855 


1158 


856 


1159 


857 


1160 


858 


1161 


859 


1162 


860 


1163 


861 


1164 


862 - 



324 



1 894 



Name of Lodge. 



863 



Lodge of Good Hope. 



Joppa Lodge. 



865 



Dalhousie Lodge. 



St. George's Lodge. 



867 



Prince of Wales' Lodge. 

Boyal Prince of Wales' 
Lodge, 1863. 



Balmain Lodge. 



869 



Gresham Lodge. 



Keith Lodge. 



871 



872 



Royal Oak Lodge. 



Lewis Lodge. 



Places of Meeting. 



Lodge Rooms, St. Mavy's Terrace, PoFt Elizabeth 

(Port Elizabeth), Cape Colony, South Africa 1861 
Masonic Temple, Parliament Street, Port Elizabeth 1863 



Masonic Hotel, Roeland Street, Cape Town (Cape), 

Cape Colony, South Africa 1861 

Goede Trouw Temple, Cape Town 1864 

Joppa Hall, II 1878 

Goede Trouw Temple, n 1879 

Erased 25 January 1882. 



Red Lion Hotel, High Street, 
Town Hall, h 



HounslOW, Middlesex 1861 
Hounslow 1862 



Court House, Public Square, Georgetown (King's), 

Prince Edward Island, North America i86i 

Masonic Hall, Public Square, Georgetown 1863 

Erased 24 Jttne 1875. 
Now No. 4 on Reg. of G.L. of Prince Edward Island. 



Royal Philanthropic Lodge Room, Mount Zion, 

Port of Spain, Trinidad, West Indies 1861 

United Brothers' Lodge Room, Mount Moriah, 

Port of Spain 1S68 

Masonic Hall, 38 and 39 Duke Street, 11 1875 

ti 38 and 39 Edward Street, 11 1881 

IP 53 Park Street, n 1894 



Rob Roy Inn, Adolphus Street, Balmain (Cumberland), 

New South Wales 1859 
School of Arts, Darling Street, Balmain 1863 

Erased s December 1888. 
Now No. 23 on Reg. of G.L. of New South Wales. 



Four Swans Hotel, Pligh Street, Waltham CrOSS, 

Hertfordshire 1 86 1 
Cheshunt Great House, Cheshunt, n 1875 



Mrs. Eraser's, Main Street, Albion Mines (Pictou), 

Nova Scotia, North America i860 
Odd Fellows' Hall, Main Street, Pictou i860 

Erased i September 1869. 
Now No. 23 on Reg. of G.L. of Nova Scotia. 



Royal Oak Tavern, High Street, Deptford, 
White Swan Tavern, n n 



London 1861 
1868 



Masonic Hall, College St., Whitehaven, Cumberland 1861 
ir Duke Street, Whitehaven 1871 



Date of Warrant 
or Constitution. 



4 April 1861 

Cons. 4 July i86r. 



4 April 1861 

Cons. 24 Sept. 1861. 



9 April 1861 

Cons. 15 May i86i. 



17 May 1861 

Cons. 17 Sept. 1861. 



17 May 1861 

Cons. 20 Aug. 1861. 



23 May 1861 

Cons. 12 May 1859. 



4 June 1861 

Cons. 19 June t86i. 



14 June 1861 

Cons, 10 June i860. 



14 June 1861 

Cons. 28 Aug. 1861, 



26 June 1861 

Cons. 30 Sept. iS6r. 



1832 



1863 



1165 



863 



1166 



864 



1167 



865 



1168 



866 



1169 



867 



1170 



868 



1171 



869 



1172 



870 



1173 



1174 



871 



872 



325 



Name of Lodge. 



873 



874 



876 



877 



879 



880 



882 



Lodge of Industry. 



Holmesdale Lodge. 



Clare Lodge. 



Acacia Lodge. 



Royal Alfred Lodge. 



Lodge Star of Delhi. 



Peckham Lodge. 
Southwark Lodge, 1873. 



Star of the East Lodge. 



Lodge of Truth. 



Midland Lodge. 



Union Lodge. 



Places of Meeting. 



Private Pungalow, 
Masonic Hall, 
In the Old Fort, 



kotree (Sind), Bombay, India i86r 

Kotvee 1870 

Hyderabad (Sind), Bombay 1875 



Sussex Hotel, The Pantiles, Tunbridge Wells, Kent 1862 
MasonicHall, Pump Room, The Pantiles, Tunbridge Wells 1879 



Travellers' Rest Hotel, Clare (Stanley), South Australia i860 
Temperance Hotel, Clare 1864 

Clare Hall, ,, 1868 

Institute Hall, n 1877 

Erased 3 June 1885. 
Now No. 12 on Reg. of G.L. of South Australia. 



195 Calle Itazainge, Monte Video (Uruguay), 

South Aviei'ica 1862 

31 Calle Colon, Monte Video 1872 

153 Calle Soriano, n 1876 

183 ,. „ 1879 

240 Calle Quarem, n 1885 

215 Calle San Jose, n 1888 



School Room, Cattle Street, St. Heliers, Jersey, 

Channel Islands 1861 

Royal Yacht Club Hotel, St. Heliers, Jersey 1862 

Masonic Hall, Grove Place, n n 1862 

Masonic Temple, Stopibrd Road, h u 1866 



Delhi (Delhi), 



Punjab, India 186 1 



Erased -^o January 181 



Red Bull Inn, High Street, Peckham, London 1861 

Edinburgh Castle Tavern, Peckham Rye, n 1863 

Maismore Arms Tavern, Park Road, Peckham, h 1869 

.Southwark Park Tavern, Southwark Park, n 1873 

Bridge House Hotel, London Bridge, Southwrark, n 1884 



Date of Warrant 
or Constitution. 



1832 



1863 



Island of Zante (Ionian Isles), 



Greece 1862 



Odd Fellows' Hall, Wallace Street, BraidWOOd 

(St. Vincent), New South Wales i860 
Erased 15 May 1879. 
Now No. 26 on Reg. of G.L. of New South Wales. 



Lodge Roo